Rudy Giuliani: Whistleblowers From Dominion Software Have Come Forward

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Rudy Giuliani, who is heading up the Trump campaign’s effort to investigate voting irregularities committed in last week’s election, says whistleblowers from Dominion software have come forward.

“Coleman has the community people and he’s got the Dominion people. And they were the ones who were the actual, not poll watchers, the actual observers who were excluded, who were lied to, two of whom stayed behind after all the Republicans had left out and they’re the ones who got the evidence of the 100,000 votes coming in. And they have some photographs also,” Giuliani said on Steve Bannon’s Warroom broadcast this morning.

Dominion provides the software that runs on voting machines in 30 U.S. states. That software is suspected of switching votes from Republican candidates to Democrats.

The husband of Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) is a majority shareholder in the firm, and a former aide to Speaker Nancy Pelosi is a Dominion executive.

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