Audit Finds Mich. County’s Dominion Voting Was Rigged to Create Fraud

scott tucker shows the workings of dominion voting systems in georgia

(John Bazemore/AP)

By Brian Trusdell    |   Monday, 14 December 2020 11:03 PM

A forensic audit of the presidential vote tally by Dominion Voting Systems software used in Antrim County, Michigan, showed a more than 68% error rate, with auditors claiming the system intentionally creates the errors so the machine can have them “adjudicated” – allowing individuals to change the result.

The error rate is astounding considering the Federal Election Commission allows a maximum error rate of just 0.0008 percent for computerized voting systems.



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