Fox Lawyers Drop Bombshell: Dominion Exec Admitted Company Products ‘Riddled With Bugs’

(Patriot Insider) – Employees working for Dominion Voting Systems have come forward and acknowledged there were serious issues with the company’s technology, stating that a bug led to “INCORRECT results,” as per information contained in a defense brief in Dominion’s defamation lawsuit against Fox News Network.

“Dominion is suing Fox News for $1.6 billion for defamation after becoming a target of alleged conspiracy theories regarding its voting machines being hacked and flipping election results,” Natalia Mittlestadt writes for Just the News.

“In a legal brief made public Thursday, the news outlet cited information obtained from Dominion through discovery,” Mittlestadt continues. “In a 2018 email Fox News obtained from Dominion Director of Product Strategy and Security Eric Coomer, he acknowledged the company’s technology was marred by a ‘*critical* bug leading to INCORRECT results.'”

“It does not get much worse than that,” he said later.

Back in 2019, Coomer divulged, “our products suck,” going on to add that “‘[a]lmost all’ of Dominion’s technological failings were ‘due to our complete f— up in installation,'” the defense brief revealed.

In another email written in 2019, Coomer remarked, “we don’t address our weaknesses effectively!”

Just a week before the 2020 presidential election, Coomer went on to concede in an email that “our sh-t is just riddled with bugs.”

Dominion Sales Manager Mark Beckstrand provided testimony during a deposition saying that “other parties ‘have gotten ahold of [Dominion’s] equipment illicitly’ in the past,” the defense brief stated.

“Beckstrand,” the brief goes on to say, “identified specific instances in Georgia and North Carolina and testified that a Dominion machine was ‘hacked’ in Michigan” and “confirmed that these security failures were ‘reported about in the news.'”

Not long after the 2020 presidential election unfolded, “a security expert told the media that Dominion ‘software should be designed to detect and prevent th[e] kind of glitch’ experienced in Antrim County, Michigan,” according to the defense, and “Coomer told Dominion Vice President Kay Stimson: ‘He’s not entirely wrong.'”

Also after the election, “Dominion received complaints from jurisdictions in Georgia noting ‘irregularities with machine counts’ that required Dominion’s employees ‘to reprogram the machines,'” an email cited in the brief noted.

Dominion is suing Fox News for $1.6 billion, despite the current owner of the company, Staple Street Capital, paying only “$38.3 million for a roughly 75% stake in the company in 2018,” a brief from the outlet declared.

Another fact brought to light during discovery was that “Dominion’s own expert calculated Dominion’s alleged lost business opportunities at a mere $88 million.”

Mittlestadt’s report continued, “Current and former employees of Staple Street Capital commented on the large damages sought in its lawsuit, saying, according to the brief, it ‘[w]ould be pretty unreal if you guys like 20x’ed your Dominion investment with these lawsuits.'”

As of this writing, Dominion did not respond to a request for comment.

Fox News responded to the lawsuit by releasing a statement: “There will be a lot of noise and confusion generated by Dominion and their opportunistic private equity owners, but the core of this case remains about freedom of the press and freedom of speech, which are fundamental rights afforded by the Constitution and protected by New York Times v. Sullivan. Dominion has mischaracterized the record, cherry-picked quotes stripped of key context, and spilled considerable ink on facts that are irrelevant under black-letter principles of defamation law.”

Concerning claims that Dominion machines were to blame in the initial release of incorrect voting results from the 2020 presidential election in Antrim County, the fact check page on the website says, “Dominion machines in Antrim County, Michigan accurately counted votes. The Michigan Secretary of State confirmed that a results reporting issue was due to user error. The Michigan County Clerks Association supported this finding. A Michigan Senate review of the 2020 election found no fraud, and went further by recommending investigation of those making money from false claims of fraud in the Antrim County election. A lawsuit alleging voter fraud in Antrim County based on a widely-debunked ‘forensic audit report’ has been dismissed.”

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