An audit of Dominion voting machines used in Michigan concluded that the systems are designed to perpetuate voter fraud, supporting President Donald Trump’s allegations of impropriety. State officials criticized the report.
The court-ordered forensic audit, carried out by Allied Security Operations Group (ASOG), found that Dominion Systems in Antrim County, Mich., Recorded a shocking 68% error rate during the compilation of votes. The report notes that the defective software far exceeds the “permissible electoral error rate” of 0.0008% set by the Federal Election Commission.
Shockingly, listeners claimed that widespread errors were a feature, not a bug, indicating that the voting system “intentionally” generates a high number of voting errors which can then be used to manipulate the vote count.
We conclude that the national electoral system is intentionally and deliberately designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.
The preliminary report also revealed that there had been attempts to “Tampering with the evidence.” Analysis revealed that on November 21, a “Unauthorized user attempted unsuccessfully to delete election results”, listeners said. The report also found that all security logs from Election Day and the days before and after November 3 were gone.
The investigation was conducted at the behest of Michigan 13th Circuit Judge Kevin Elsenheimer in a case alleging a widely reported incident in which thousands of votes ‘returned’ to Democrat Joe Biden in County Antrim was the result of more than just human. Fault.
Elsenheimer released the results of the audit on Monday after county officials withdrew their objections to the decision.
Trump, who has repeatedly accused Dominion systems of falsifying presidential election results, described the report as “GREAT NEWS.”
“The Dominion voting machines are a disaster across the country. Changed the results of an overwhelming election. I can’t let this happen. Thank you for the genius, bravery and patriotism of the judge. Should get a medal! he wrote.
Government officials viewed the audit differently. In a statement, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson criticized the report as “Another in a long stream of erroneous, vague and questionable claims aimed at eroding public confidence in the November presidential election.” Officials also described ASOG, which was involved in other lawsuits challenging the election results, as “partisan,” and said the group did not have the expertise to audit the voting software.
The Electoral College officially named Biden the winner of the 2020 race on Monday, but Trump has yet to acknowledge and continues to argue that the election was filled with fraud.
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