Dominion Voting Systems stranglehold on California elections.

Dominion Voting Systems have been all over the news lately in connection to allegations of targeted vote manipulation, irregularities, and glitches with their system. While the focus is on Dominion’s work in states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia, the Dominion Systems have also been staking claims all over the state of California for a few years now.

If you are a Trump supporter living in California then you probably remember the 2018 elections well. What you may not remember is earlier that same year when then governor Jerry Brown proposed spending $134 million dollars to “replace voting systems for all of the state’s 58 counties.”

In early 2018 was also when Sacramento County made the full switch over to Dominion Voting Systems…

It is clear that the State of California has been slowly implementing Dominion Voting Systems and mass mail-in ballots for a few years. How convenient that the China Virus provided the perfect excuse for them to push this system statewide.

Sonoma County made the switch over to Dominion Voting Systems in 2018…

In December 2018, Alameda County announced it was spending around $24,000,000 dollars on a contract with Dominion Voting Systems…

 

In late December 2018, Ventura County suddenly announced it was spending $4,000,000 to ditch the voting system they had been using for 13 years and switching everything over to Dominion Voting Systems. The Ventura County Registrar of Voters said he wanted to get the Dominion Voting system in place before the “huge” 2020 California Presidential Primary Election…

In 2019, Marin County decided to spend around $810,000 on a contract to switch over to a new voting system run by Dominion Voting Systems…

It was apparent there was a major rush in California to start switching everything over to Dominion Voting Systems. The way Dominion sells their system is very deceiving. They claim it’s a “paper ballot” system by the hidden caveat is that all the votes will be tabulated by their machines. So even though you voted on a paper ballot it was ultimately converted into an electronic vote to be counted. The whole system is heavily dependent on Dominion Voting Machines.

 

The following California counties used Dominion Voting Systems in 2020: Alameda, Butte, Contra Costa, Colusa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Fresno, Glenn, Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Marin, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Placer, Plumas, Riverside, Sacramento, San Benito, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama, Tulare, Tuolumne, Ventura, and Yuba.

This seems like an awful lot of influence for a single voting company that just happens to be Dominion Voting Systems. In 2018, Californians watched in horror as what should have been a red wave across our state for GOP candidates instead ended in a massive victory for Democrats.

Even House seats in traditionally red districts like the CA25 were going to the Democrats out of nowhere. The race for the governor was called for Newsom almost immediately despite massive voter resentment against Democrat mismanagement of the state. Something was definitely not right. In 2020, we clearly witnessed the same thing, but on a national scale.

Thankfully a lot of people were paying attention this time and they are actually fighting against all of the corruption in our elections. God Bless President Trump, Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani, Jenna Ellis, and the many heroes on Trump’s legal teams and whisteblowers coming forward to testify against the fraud. After we settle the National Election then I hope we can finally look closer at California’s election process as well.

1 Comments on “Dominion Voting Systems stranglehold on California elections.”

  1. Please look into this further in California! We appreciate what you’re doing and pray for our country to see the truth in what has transpired in this recent election. May the USA have a honest election once again!

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