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DOMINION: The ‘Glitchy’ Voting System That’s Causing Problems in Key Swing States

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The voting and tabulation machines made by Dominion Voting Systems are causing problems and raising doubts about the accuracy of 2020 election results in at least two key swing states, Michigan and Georgia, according to multiple reports.

It all started on early Wednesday after election night, when political observers were shocked to see that Antrim County, traditionally a Republican stronghold in the state of Michigan, had the Democrat, Joe Biden, beating Donald Trump by roughly 3,000 votes.

The vote tally, inaccurately reported while using Dominion’s technology, was later corrected by election officials and eventually swung to Trump for a 2,500 vote advantage in the final results, according to the Detroit Free Press:

(County Clerk Sheryl Guy) was unclear on whether the apparent errors resulted from a software glitch or human error, but appeared to attribute the problem to a combination of both. The county uses Dominion Voting Systems equipment and results are manually transported on computer cards from the precincts to county offices, where they are uploaded onto another computer, she said.

Dominion markets themselves as “a leading industry supplier of election technology across the U.S., Canada and globally” and boasts a “U.S. Footprint” that serves “More Than 40% of Voters in 28 states plus Puerto Rico, 9 of the Top 20 Counties, 4 of the Top 10 Counties.”

Dominion's U.S. voting footprint.
Dominion’s U.S. voting footprint. (Image Source: dominionvoting.com)

And now it’s been reported by Politico that Dominion’s voting systems used in the state of Georgia, a state that has not finished counting and currently has Biden with a lead of just under 8,000 votes, had a ‘glitch’ that stopped voting in both Morgan and Spaulding Counties – caused by a software update that was uploaded to voting machines the day before the election.

Marcia Ridley, elections supervisor for Spaulding County, told Politico:

“That is something that they don’t ever do. I’ve never seen them update anything the day before the election.”

A Georgia Superior Court Judge had to extend voting until 11 p.m. on election night due to the technical problems with the voting systems.

These two recent ‘glitches’ in state voting systems have raised suspicions of possible election fraud. Technology experts, including former NSA technical director William Binney, are speaking out:

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