Patterns are being established to show that Dominion Voting Systems are the heart of the tabulation problems for the 2020 Election as suspected. Yet, the company successfully held off investigations of their system, saying they had “property rights” in their contracts not to be examined under any circumstances. All of that changed this week.
When an opportunity to look into a Dominion tally machine that had been used in Antrim County, Michigan, opened up, a team of patriots sprung into action in a short period of time and investigated how the counts were tabulated.
Because of the findings of the forensic investigation, the judge ordered a hand recount.
Epoch Times, in their article, Recount Confirms Trump Won Michigan County That Reported Biden Win on Election Night, they reported:
“A hand recount on Wednesday confirmed that a Michigan county falsely reported on election night a win for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The recount in Antrim County found 9,759 votes for President Donald Trump, versus 5,959 for Biden.
On Nov. 3, county officials said Biden received over 3,000 more votes than Trump. Two days later, they said Trump won by about 2,500 votes. A third change took place on Nov. 21, with Trump being certified the winner by nearly 4,000 votes.
Officials blamed the skewed results on human error.
Antrim County uses Dominion Voting Systems machines and software.
An outside group that conducted an audit of the machines said they found Dominion’s voting system “intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors,” causing the ballots to enter a process known as adjudication.
“The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail. This leads to the voter or election fraud. Based on our study, we conclude that The Dominion Voting System should not be used in Michigan. We further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified,” Russell Ramsland Jr., co-founder of Allied Security Operations Group, said in the preliminary report on the audit.
Jonathan Brater, Michigan’s director of elections, who works out of Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s office, responded by alleging the audit report.” did not explain its allegations about the voting system’s “intentional” design.
Please Visit Epoch Times for their full article.
The Judge ordered the release of the report of the investigation this week at the same tie the electoral college was meeting to certify the vote:
According to numerous recent interviews with Patrick Byrne, his group Deep Capture was able to get into the Dominion machines in Antrim County Michigan and over a period of days do a forensic investigation of the machines that are at the center of a massive controversy involving the Election systems in states with voter tallies are being called suspicious.
General Mike Flynn is a part of Deep Capture and had been involved with the actual forensic investigation of the machines in Antrim County, and reporters close to him wrote:
“CDMedia has been informed by sources close to the investigation that cyber teams which examined Dominion Voting Systems machines in Antrim County, Michigan last weekend have found concrete proof of massive cyber election fraud.
Dominion voting machines were connected to the internet.
Illegal Votes are thought to have been shipped to Europe for ‘adjudication.’
More coming on this story, but essentially fake ballots in massive amounts were counted and ‘approved’ in Europe, in either Spain or Germany.
The examination was ordered by a local judge. The Michigan Secretary of State has intervened in the case to prevent the examination results from being released.”
On Thursday, Steve Gruber spoke to Adam Andrzejewski about Michigan Governor Rick Synder’s contracts with the Dominion Voting systems. “Dominion is getting massive technology contracts for over 10 years with the states? We noticed contracts in Michigan and Georgia, and their contracts are marked confidential, so there is a transparency problem. In Michigan, we have a lot more questions. There are payments of 22 million and 32 Million dollars paid out, and taxpayers should be worried about that,” Andrzejewski said. Andrzejewski also said he saw concerning patterns in other states surrounding these contracts, including Georgia.
So there is much more to the story, and we may be just about to find out…