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Software Glitches Tainted Presidential Election

Scott Tucker demonstrates the Dominion Voting system Georgia will use in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)

By    |   Monday, 16 November 2020 09:18 AM

Counting votes seems like it should be an easy task, especially with computers to assist. But the contested election results between President Trump and Joe Biden looks possibly tainted by the use of equipment software from Dominion Voting Systems. One expert familiar with the system tells Newsmax about red flags indicating something could be seriously wrong with the voting totals.

We got the first inkling that something may have gone wrong when Republican officials at rural Michigan’s Antrim County announced a 6,000 vote shift from President Trump to Democrat Joe Biden. That glitch was then corrected and the votes went back to Trump, but the troubling questions remained because they were using equipment and software from Dominion Voting Systems.

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Counting votes seems like it should be an easy task, especially with computers to assist. But the contested election results between President Trump and Joe Biden looks possibly tainted by the use of equipment software...
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