Mellissa Carone was hired from a temp agency to work for Dominion Voting Systems at the TCF Center in Detroit for a two-day period where ballots from Wayne County, MI, were counted. During her explosive testimony, Carone revealed that one of the Wayne County Election workers, who she claims to have known for over 20 years, told her that although he was putting ballots through the tabulator, he had no idea what he was doing. Carone’s longtime friend admitted to her that he had been trained to work as an adjudicator.
The Chairman of the MI House Oversight Committee, Matt Hall (R), asked Dominion Voting Systems contractor Mellissa Carone to confirm that she witnessed election workers repeatedly reinserting the same ballots through the tabulator machine on multiple occasions. Carone explained that she literally watched “thousands and thousands” of the same ballots being pushed through the vote tabulator at the TCF Center. Chairman Hall told Carone that they would like to talk to Dominion, but so far, they have refused to appear before the committee. “I will note that Dominion won’t come before the committee. I’ve asked them, and so far, they’ve refused. We need answers from them about how their machines work,” adding that they are going to continue to pursue their request for Dominion to appear before them.
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Chairman Hall isn’t the only chair of a committee for a state legislature who asked Dominion to appear before the committee members. In Pennsylvania, where hundreds of thousands of invalid or illegal votes are in question, Dominion also refused to appear before the House Oversight Committee.
On November 20, PA State Representative Seth Grove (R) took off the gloves during a press conference to address Dominion Voting Systems’ refusal to appear before the PA State legislature.
According to the Post Millennial – Pennsylvania’s State Government Committee was scheduled to hold a hearing on Friday with Dominion Voting Systems, but on Thursday night, at the last minute, Dominion “lawyered up” and backed out of the hearing.
On November 20, PA State Rep. Grove blasted Dominion Voting Systems, who he said was entrusted by 1.3 million voters in 14 counties to properly tabulate the results of their votes from the November election, for refusing to testify about their role in the general election in Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania state rep explained, “Unfotruntalty, last evening Dominion voting systems lawyered up and backed out of their commitment to the people of Pennsylvania to provide input in a public format in which 1.3 [million] Pennsylvanians entrusted. Instead of running toward the light of honesty and integrity, Dominion Voting Systems retreated to the darkness.”
“Why?” he asked. “Why would a vendor of public goods fear discussing their product sold to the public for the public good? If Dominion’s products were successful and operated as they were supposed to, why wouldn’t Dominion take the opportunity to review its success publicly? How hard is it to say, ‘Our ballot machines worked exactly as promised, and they’re 100% accurate?”
Rep. Grove asked an excellent question, “Why, after weeks of accusations, has Dominion Voting Systems not released any analysis of the success of their voting machines to the public to stop their accusers in their tracks?”
“If they have nothing to hide, why are they hiding from us?” he asked, telling PA voters that Dominion Voting systems have “hung you out to dry” and “slapped you in the face!”