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Citation From the November 9, 2020, edition of Fox Business' Lou Dobbs Tonight

LOU DOBBS (HOST): Also breaking, the election software blamed for what some humorists in Pennsylvania called “glitches” in Michigan and Georgia. Those glitches were, it appears, programmed in software used in not just a few states, in 28 states in this election. The software is in the voting machines of a company called Dominion Voting Systems. It is the largest voting company in this country. And quite a few problems occurred. In addition to the 28 states in which they operate, the company boasts that its customers include nine of the top 20 counties in the United States. In Antrim County, Michigan, the software initially awarded thousands of votes to Joe Biden. They were meant for President Trump. The error, we’re told, was corrected, and the county flipped in favor of the president by 2,500 votes. My, my, my. Georgia’s Gwinnett County in suburban Atlanta also faced a day-long delay in reporting their votes Friday because of a, quote, technical issue with Dominion. And this appears to be the type of thing Joe Biden might have had in mind when he hailed his voter fraud apparatus last month, what do you think? Listen. 


DOBBS: This election a lot of strange things happened and many of them highly suspicious. For example, Dominion's software. And there is software as well at play here. But their -- this does not look, well, it doesn't look good, to put it mildly. Your thoughts. 

TOM FITTON (PRESIDENT, JUDICIAL WATCH): Yeah, I agree. And the question is are the courts going to do anything about it? In Pennsylvania, there's more than enough evidence, I think, or substantial case of -- substantial evidence that calls into question the whole result. In my view, the Pennsylvania result of the election is irredeemably compromised. And the question is will the courts fix it but throwing out the ballots that have been really not subject to any scrutiny and can never really be fixed or, if the courts fail to act, will the Pennsylvania state legislature ratify what we saw go on over the last week, or will they take independent action to appoint a clean slate or will Congress, the Senate, and the House, reject Pennsylvania electors who were placed there as a result of what looks to be systematic fraud or misconduct?