Denver judge questions facts in rejected election lawsuit involving Dominion and Facebook
The Denver class action lawsuit is part of a series of overlapping litigation that resulted from the presidential election.
DENVER – A federal judge in Denver on Friday morning asked lawyers if they were relying more on political talking points than facts when they sought to question the outcome of the November presidential election.
U.S. District Court magistrate N. Reid Neureiter interviewed Denver attorneys Gary D. Fielder and Ernest J. Walker, who filed a class action lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems, Facebook and elected officials in four states in December. The same judge dismissed the class action lawsuit in April.
Friday’s hearing focused on whether lawyers for the plaintiffs should face penalties.
Neureiter asked Fielder and Walker if they had investigated whether the Denver-based Dominion voting system was designed to run elections with help from foreign entities, including China.
The lawsuit also names Facebook and elected officials in four states (not including Colorado) and others. The Denver class action lawsuit is part of a series of overlapping litigation that resulted from the presidential election, as the president falsely claimed he was cheated but did not provide any successful evidence in court at the moment.
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