‘If there is fraud, what happened never happened in terms of the results’
By Bob Unruh
Published May 12, 2021 at 11:46am
A lawyer fighting an election-fraud case in Antrim County, Michigan, has revealed that the voting machines there contained a software program that could have been used to manipulate vote totals.
In fact, lawyer Matthew DePerno said in a podcast interview that with the MySQL program installed on the machines, and them all being linked, someone with access could “do whatever you want.”
DePerno, just a day earlier confirmed in a court hearing that there were 1,061 “phantom votes” in the county during the 2020 presidential election, because while a recount of ballots tallied 15,962, the Michigan secretary of state’s database showed only 14,901 votes were cast.
READ MORE HERE: ‘Do whatever you want’: Software to manipulate totals found on voting machines, lawyer says (wnd.com)