War against the machines …
Shasta Becomes First California County to Kick Dominion Voting Machines to the Curb
Andrew Miiller with The Trumpet reports:
Allegations that Dominion Voting machines were used to steal the 2020 election are going mainstream, causing many counties to rethink their voting machine contracts. On January 24, a Shasta County Board of Supervisors voted to terminate its contract with Dominion Voting Systems after next month’s special election in Shasta Lake. This makes Shasta the first of the 40 California counties that used Dominion machines to drop the company.
There is no official word regarding what Shasta County plans to use in place of Dominion machines, but it is not the first county to turn its back on Dominion. Last year, Williamson County, Tennessee, switched from Dominion machines to Electronic Systems & Software machines. And the year before, Lander County, Nevada, did the same thing.
Hacking democracy: A group of computer and election security experts is urging Georgia election officials to immediately stop using Dominion Voting Systems touchscreen machines. MyPillow ceo Mike Lindell is urging the entire nation to do the same. President Donald Trump has gone a step further by promising to end election crimes by returning America to same-day voting, voter identification and paper ballots if he is reelected president in 2024.
These are necessary steps to restore free and fair elections in America because any voting machine can be hacked. So while even liberal politicians like senators Amy Klobuchar, Elizabeth Warren and Ron Wyden and Rep. Mark Pocan have pointed to the fact that Dominion Voting Systems is particularly scandal-plagued, any electronic voting machine company poses a threat to America’s constitutional republic.