Dominion Voting machines continues to attempt to prevent any investigations into their voting machines used in the 2020 Election.
According to CBS Pennsylvania:
Dominion Voting Systems has asked a court to restrict any inspection of its voting machines as part of what Republican lawmakers call a “forensic investigation” of Pennsylvania’s 2020 election to a laboratory that has specific credentials.
The Denver-based voting-system manufacturer filed paperwork in court Monday evening as Republican lawmakers move to inspect Dominion’s machines and software in southern Pennsylvania’s sparsely populated Fulton County using an unaccredited contractor that has no election experience.
In its court papers, Dominion requested an order requiring that any inspection be conducted by a federally accredited voting system test lab or a national laboratory used by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
The problem for Dominion is that the federally “accredited” voting system test labs for years weren’t accredited when they were used as accredited test labs. We found this in Arizona this last year. When we pointed this out, the EAC immediately updated the two labs used in Arizona that day. These labs self-assess anyways and no one is reviewing these assessments that we can tell.
The other entities that Dominion mentions, “national laboratory used by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency” are also likely limited in nature too.
What it comes down to, is Dominion wants to pick who looks at their voting machines.
As an auditor or investigator, when someone prevents access to data requested, multiple red flags arise. Many companies have annual code of conduct documents that all employees must sign that state that each and every employee must provide auditors the documents they ask for when they ask for them. Going against this policy could likely lead to termination.