Dominion Voting Systems has admitted to having made a donation to the Clinton Foundation, and hiring a former member of Nancy Pelosi's staff to do lobbying work.
The Denver CO-based firm which specialized in voting machines has also still as of this writing categorically denied claims that they were operating on a pro-Democrat bias during this previous election on November 3rd.
According to the Epoch Times, Dominion released a comprehensive statement last week talked about allegations against them, such is that of them having a server located in Germany raided, and whether they have ties to US Senator Dianne Feinstein. In the statement, it was admitted that donations had been made to the Clinton Foundation, and by omission, that the ex-Pelosi staffer was taken on as a lobbyist.
The statement also includes Dominion mentioning that it doesn't have any direct ties whatsoever to another provider of voting software, called Smartmatic. The statement did admit, however, that the two companies had previously worked on a joint venture together in the Philippines and had bought assets from Sequoia roughly a decade ago. Sequoia is a company that does have direct links with Smartmatic.
Sidney Powell, a Trump campaign lawyer, has alleged that both Smartmatic and Dominion have engaged in foul play on this past Election Day by doing this such as having the software add non-existent votes for Joe Biden over current president Donald Trump in several key districts in key states.
In many cases, such as that of Antrim County MI, there was a sudden jump in votes for Biden being added. The official reason for this was that the county clerk had to undergo a software update in the middle of the process for compatibility reasons. However, this does not explain why 100% of the votes in question went to Biden.