Dominion CEO to Testify in First Post-Election Appearance Before a State Legislature Today
The CEO of Dominion Voting Systems, a voting machine and software company, will answer questions from legislators in Michigan on Tuesday.
It will be the first time John Poulos has answered questions since the Nov. 3 election, which saw 28 states use Dominion products.
Poulos could face questioning about an audit released Monday that concluded Dominion’s system “is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.”
Data firm Allied Security Operations Group examined machines and software in Antrim County this month, saying Dominion products were to blame for the infamous vote flip that occurred in the county.
According to a brief agenda from the Michigan legislature, Poulos will give a presentation during the Senate Oversight Committee hearing at the Capitol Building in Lansing at 1 p.m.
State Rep. Matt Hall, a Republican who chairs the Michigan House Oversight Committee, originally requested Dominion send representatives to answer questions from lawmakers.
When he received no response, he threatened to subpoena Poulos, according to a letter obtained by The Epoch Times.