Dominion Voting Systems, the Canadian-based company at the heart of the alleged election fraud scandal surrounding the 2020 U.S. presidential election has cancelled a scheduled hearing in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
The anticipated virtual fact-finding hearing was scheduled as part of an effort by Pennsylvania lawmakers to identify and correct any irregularities in the election process, according to a report from ABC 27.
“It is vitally important voters have faith in the machines they use to cast their ballots. On the heels of Gov. Tom Wolf unilaterally decertifying every voting machine in the Commonwealth,” acting Chairman Rep. Seth Grove, a Republican, said.
“We need to know whether these new machines met expectations, whether they are reliable and whether they are not subject to interference.”
However, Dominion Voting Systems backed out the hearing late on Thursday evening.
“I truly felt Pennsylvanians, and the nation, could get some answers into the truth and effectiveness of Dominion Voting Systems. Unfortunately, last evening Dominion Voting Systems lawyered up and backed out of their commitment to the people of Pennsylvania,” Grove stated during a speech at the House.
“If they have nothing to hide, why are they hiding from us? I am sad to report to the tax payers of Pennsylvania, the 1.3 million voters who trusted Dominion Voting Systems with their ballots that Dominion Voting Systems has hung you out to dry and slapped you in your faces.”