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Election Audit Reveals Red Flags Galore, 2020 Michigan Supreme Court Race Was Flipped


Election fraud over the past few years keeps piling up.

A presentation in Otero County revealed a number of red flags in New Mexico, Arizona, and Michigan.

Among the red flags was evidence that the 2020 Michigan Supreme Court race was completely flipped.

Jeffrey Lenberg, an IT expert, shared several points while discussing the audit of election machines.

Paramount among those points was the fact that election security was almost nonexistent.

The Gateway Pundit broke the story, and they provided some of the findings:

Election security is almost nonexistent. “The systems and the processes that exist are like swiss cheese.”

Pro V&V certifies voting machines across the country but does not do a good job. They don’t have the resources to.

Wherever they went they received full-fledged resistance when wanting to look at the voting systems.

Risk-limiting audits are a facade in the way they’re being done.

The password for Michigan and New Mexico voting system access was “123456” and you can access all the administrative menus. You can go in days after an election and add ballots and adjust the time and print it out. This capability should not exist in the system.

IT expert Jeffrey Lenberg’s biggest bombshell came out of Michigan:

In Michigan’s down-ballot 2020 Supreme Court Justice race three candidates out of seven were programmed differently in the election system. As a result, the court changed from Republican to Democrat!

Additionally, many problems were found in Maricopa County.

This includes unsealed ballot boxes, corrupted images, and several other red flags.

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It was also alleged that fear tactics were used to intimidate auditors in Michigan.

Here’s a  breakdown of the evidence




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