We Caught Dominion Voting Systems Dumping Their Corporate Headquarters in Downtown Denver
On January 4th, 2021, the company Dominion Voting Systems was caught dumping their offices on the first day back to business after the new year. The voting machine supplier is involved in many disputes over their voting machines used in the 2020 election, and has been undergoing public scrutiny and lawsuits related to the issues.
In the early afternoon of the first Monday back to work in the New Year, Dominion Voting Systems was photographed and videoed while having multiple junk removal trucks arrive and empty out their downtown headquarters in Denver, Colorado. John Piccone saw this while walking his dog and proceeded to get James Wiley, also of Election Watch, to come and take a look. Jim proceeded to document the occurrence which can be found in the video below that is hosted on the Election Watch YouTube Channel.
Why Would Dominion Voting Systems Hire A Junk Removal Company Right After Being Served A Lawsuit
In most cases, a company hiring a junk removal service is no big deal. Alternatively, this scenario provides more questions than answers when considering the whirlwind of accusations that Dominion Voting Systems is facing related to a combination of questions related to their voting machines, software, and CEO. The combination of facts and speculation surrounding the company result in this timing of events to raise more suspicion than anything else.
Merely a day or two before the holiday break, Dominion Voting Systems, Facebook, CTCL, Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla Chan, The Zuckerberg Chan Foundation, and several other defendants were served a class action complaint alleging election manipulation that may have played a role in swaying the outcome of the 2020 Presidential Election.
Rather than the other types of charges filed against Dominion, Facebook, and others, this is a class action lawsuit on behalf of all voters of the United States of America. The lawsuit claims that the defendants violated the rights of Americans across the country, and demands penalties in the form of damages paid to all voters that amount to $1000, per registered voter.
If you’re interested to learn more about the class action election lawsuit, visit https://dominionclassaction.com/