Dominion Voting Machines Make the Nevada News Cycle Again

Lander and Elko Counties in Nevada are talking about replacing equipment manufactured by Dominion Voting Systems.

It comes amid ongoing concerns about tampering and fraud that evidence, wholly ignored by the media and political elites, tying the equipment to Venezuela and George Soros. And like a good lapdog, the Associated Press got out front of the story by adding “claims have been largely debunked.”

Discernment counts, so please note the word “largely.”

And as if that weren’t enough, the AP also has to make sure that everyone knows the ‘Republican’ Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske has said the results in Nevada were accurate and reliable. They fail to mention how she was the only GOP candidate on the up-ticket to win reelection in 2020.

And as if this makes it all better, the AP also reports that all electronic voting machines are certified by the federal government and required to run on closed systems to prevent hacking and cyberattacks.

My final thought is in the form of a question from the movie “Moneyball,” wherein Brad Pitt’s character asks, “If he’s a good hitter, why doesn’t he hit good?” If the machines are not compromised, then why the concern about replacing them?

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