- Sep 29, 2005
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- Surfing the Oceans of Liquidity
Wow, if AP says it's false I guess I'll just totally believe it. Richard Blum owns 60% of Avid Technologies & the Avid Leaderplus software that Dominion uses in their machines. Nice try thoughYour assertion is wrong and is false.You mean the same Dominion where Richard Blum, Diane Feinsteins husband, is the majority owner? The one where Nancy Pelosis former advisor is now an executive? The one allied with the Clinton Foundation & Clinton Global Initiative? The one with no security features that, for some reason, can be set to fractionalize votes to determine an outcome? The same one used in every swing state?
Why would anybody think something is fishy there?
CLAIM: Prominent Democrats including Pelosi, Feinstein and the Clinton family have a stake in or a deep relationship with Dominion Voting Systems, the second-largest voting vendor in the U.S., whose equipment was used in several battleground states in the 2020 election.
AP’S ASSESSMENT: False. Dominion made a one-time philanthropic commitment at a Clinton Global Initiative meeting in 2014, but the Clinton Foundation has no stake or involvement in Dominion’s operations, the nonprofit confirmed to The Associated Press. A former aide to Pelosi has represented Dominion as a lobbyist, but so have lobbyists who worked for Republicans. Claims that Feinstein’s husband, Richard Blum, holds a stake in Dominion are baseless.
As poll workers tallied votes from the U.S. presidential election, many social media users interpreted a clerk’s error in a small, Republican-leaning Michigan county as vote-rigging because it wrongly favored Joe Biden before being fixed...apnews.com
Dominion denied any relationship with Avid.