Dominion Sends Cease-And-Desist Order To Former Michigan State Sen. Patrick Colbeck For Election Fraud Claims
Dominion Voting Systems has sent a cease-and-desist order to former Michigan State Sen. Patrick Colbeck (R), whom the company charges knowingly spread false allegations that Dominion oversaw mass-voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election. Dominion also says in their letter that Colbeck made his claims in order to personally enrich himself.
Dominion’s scathing letter demands that Colbeck immediately stop spreading “lies” including claims that Dominion machines helped Joe Biden win in Michigan. “You are knowingly sowing discord in our democracy, all the while soliciting exorbitant amounts of money – totaling over $1 million so far – from your audiences paid directly to your personal business,” Dominion wrote.
“If foreign countries, hackers, Democrats, space aliens, or anyone else had hacked into the Dominion machines in Antrim County and manipulated the vote tallies in those machines, then the machine tallies would not match the votes on the paper ballots in the possession of the Republican county officials,” the letter continued. “In fact, they do match, as confirmed by a hand recount of the paper ballots.”
Colbeck testified before the Senate Oversight Committee in December claiming that he had evidence proving Biden won Michigan with the help of voter fraud. In seeming direct response, Dominion wrote in their letter that Colbeck’s claims have been “repeatedly debunked by bipartisan election officials, actual election security experts, judges and numerous Trump administration officials and allies.”
Prior Dominion cease-and-desist orders have proven to be warning before massive lawsuits. Cease-and-desist orders against Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Mike Lindell and Fox News all turned to billion dollar suits after the parties refused to desist from making their charges.
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