HUGE Conflict of Interest Discovered in Election Auditors
The best way to determine whether or not an election was fair and secure is to conduct an audit.
This seems like common sense and anyone who disagrees with the performance of audits is dishonest in one of two ways. They either have something to hide and don’t want anyone finding the truth, or they like the results regardless of whether or not there was fraud. They just don’t want to find out the truth. Better to be blissfully ignorant in their view.
This is dishonest and if you’re someone who really cares about this country then you’ll care about the integrity of elections.
There are two big companies that conduct the audits in this country, those are SLI Compliance and Pro V&V. Both companies are Election Assistance Commission accredited, but even then the Election Assistance Commission has problems of their own. They’re actually being sued right now for allowing outside internet access to the voting machines.
Does this not just scream fraud?
Anyway, the two companies mentioned above aren’t exactly unbiased middlemen who are just conducting an audit with no slant toward the outcome of the elections.
As it turns out, these two companies are not independent but are working on behalf of the voting machine companies to test the machines.
The existing conflict-of-interest issue which is only worsened by the present circumstances. To put it bluntly, an audit that resulted in problems with a voting system that is made by a company that pays you to test their voting systems wouldn’t necessarily be good for business. Especially when that company accounts for nearly half of your income.
This fact alone should have disqualified these two companies during the decision-making process by the public officials who should have known that that conflict exists. If not, then the VSTLs should have refused on basic principle or for the EAC’s policies restricting conflicts of interest.
This all makes a lot of sense now to see why Dominion supports using these companies to conduct audits, it’s because they’re on the same team. It’s basically like a police department investigating themselves of wrong conduct and declaring that they’ve investigated themselves and found no problems.