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Let me ask you a question:
Suppose that there are electronic voter terminals that are all over the country, now suppose that all those terminals run the same software.
You one day discover that this software has a fatal glitch
It tallies up the totals, but skews the results towards one party….The house has the advantage so to speak.
These casino style “glitches” are what has already happened in the battleground state of Michigan.
Republican Oakland county comisioner Adam Kochenderfer thought he lost his race, but had, in fact won. you can read about it here.
His story is not an isolated incident as Michigian GOP Chair Laura Cox calls for investigation into similar glitches all over Michigan.
Check it out:
Fox News had the details here:
Republicans point out that in northern Antrim County, thousands of votes were counted in error for Biden, and for Democratic Sen. Gary Peters instead of GOP candidate John James.
Michigan GOP Chairwoman Laura Cox said at a Friday press conference that “in Antrim County, ballots were counted for Democrats that were meant for Republicans, causing a 6,000 vote swing against our candidates. The county clerk came forward and said, ‘tabulating software glitched and caused a miscalculation of the votes.'”
Cox said that “since then, we have now discovered that 47 counties used this same software in the same capacity,” or more than half of Michigan’s 83 counties. She urged those counties to “closely examine their results for similar discrepancies.” Trump’s campaign circulated her remarks on Twitter.
The Detroit Free Press reports that Antrim County uses Dominion Voting Systems equipment. Results are stored on computer cards at precincts, then uploaded to another computer by county election officials.
Just The News also had this to say:
An election-software glitch in Michigan's Antrim County that had incorrectly directed Democratic votes to presidential candidate Joe Biden was fixed Friday, putting thousands of votes correctly into President Trump's totals.
The software had reportedly caused a significant number of votes to be allotted to Biden in a county that has for years been reliably red. In the presumed final count, Biden had originally led in the county by roughly 3,000 votes. Revised totals show that Trump won the county by around 2,500.