April 17, 2024 – Former MI Senator files perjury criminal complaint against Dominion Voting Machines CEO

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Former MI Senator Patrick Colbeck is one of the smartest and kindest individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. When speaking with Patrick, it’s easy to see why so many people in Michigan and across the nation respect and trust him. Having been involved in politics for over 15 years, I’ve met a lot of people who puff out their chests and talk about what needs to be done to save our elections from being corrupted by people with bad intentions—Patrick Colbeck isn’t one of those people.  He doesn’t boast about his tireless efforts to protect our elections; instead, Patrick humbly puts his head down and goes to work, assessing potential vulnerabilities in our elections and identifying ways to correct them.

Unfortunately, because Patrick Colbeck dared to question the integrity of the voting machines in 2020, which most Americans have trusted since they were first used in Michigan elections, he has become the target of Democrats and their allies in the leftist media. Patrick is also the author of “The 2020 Coup—What Happened and What We Can Do.”

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Yesterday, Senator Patrick Colbeck held a press conference outside of the MI State Capitol flanked by six of the bravest lawmakers in the state, where he announced the filing of criminal complaints against Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos.

The complaint, filed by Patrick Colbeck, alleges Mr. Poulos committed 15 counts of perjury during his testimony before the MI Senate Oversight Committee on December 15, 2020.

(…) The complaints were filed with Michigan’s Democrat Attorney General Dana Nessel, MI Secretary of the Senate Jocelyn Benson, and the MI State Police. Michigan State Representatives Jim DeSana, Steve Carra, Neil Friske, Josh Schriver, Matt Maddock, and Joe Fox, all members of the MI House Freedom Caucus, supported Patrick as he made the announcement.


You can read the full complaint HERE.

(…) Colbeck continues, “Michigan legislators and concerned citizens have brought forth allegations against John Poulos, CEO of Dominion Voting Systems, relating to his testimony under oath on December 15, 2020, before the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee. Mr. Poulos faces 15 counts of perjury based on these allegations. The testimony in question was referenced extensively in the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee’s June 2021 Report on The November 2020 Election in Michigan. The forthcoming evidence challenges the accuracy of Mr. Poulos’s statements and, by extension, questions the findings of the Senate report, which stated there was no evidence of widespread or systemic fraud in the 2020 election in Michigan.”

“The implications of the alleged misinformation are significant, potentially affecting the perceived integrity of Michigan’s electoral process and the legal repercussions faced by individuals as a result of the contested testimony. A formal complaint, accompanied by supporting evidence, is scheduled to be filed with the Michigan Secretary of the Senate, the Michigan Attorney General, and the Michigan State Police. The complaint aims to address the alleged deliberate nature of the false testimony and seeks to uphold the principles of justice,” Patrick Colbeck claims.

(…) MI Senator Pete Lucido (R) began his questioning of Mr. Poulos by asking if Dominion has any way to access any of the equipment on their machines remotely. The Dominion president responded by saying, “No.” Senator Lucido pressed the Dominion president, asking about the purpose of the USB port on the machines. Mr. Poulos asked for clarification about the type of machine Senator Lucido was referring to. When Senator Lucido clarified that he was speaking about the touchscreen voting machines, the Dominion president responded by saying, “Yes, there is,” adding that the touchscreen voting machines “are just an expensive fancy pen.” Mr. Poulos clarified that the “electronic pen” does not tabulate votes.

Only two weeks ago, during an elections security trial in a federal courthouse in Georgia, computer scientist and University of Michigan professor Alex Halderman revealed shocking election machine security vulnerabilities when he demonstrated how easily a voting machine could be tampered with. Using everyday items, which included a Bic pen and a $10 smart card.

All he needed was a pen to reach a button inside the touchscreen, a fake $10 voter card he had programmed, or a $100 USB device that he plugged into a cord connected to a printer, rewriting the touchscreen’s code.

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