Antrim County was the first county to report a system flaw in the 2020 election. The locals had enough of the Dominion Voting machines and will count paper ballots in the next election in May.
Antrim County was the first to notice irregularities in the results of the 2020 presidential election. Only three days after the 2020 election, the county discovered thousands of votes that were incorrectly given to Joe Biden, allowing the Democrat to claim victory. The county was properly reported for President Trump after these results were identified.
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According to The Gateway Pundit, after battling Michigan state officials, a group was finally granted permission to audit the county’s Dominion Voting machines and release the following findings:
Diperno’s investigation uncovered three startling facts:
- The Allied Security Operations Group concluded that the Dominion Voting machines had a 68.05 percent error rate after forensic examination of 16 machines in Antrim, Michigan. A 68.05 percent error rate means that 68.05 percent of ballots are sent for bulk adjudication, which means they collect the ballots in a folder, when they are put through the machine. “The ballots are sent somewhere where people in another location can change the vote,” DePerno said.
- The most important part of the report, is “This was not done by a couple of interns, as some people have suggested. This is a systematic program designed to generate errors that affect the outcome of the election.”
- The report is also revealed “internet and adjudication files were wiped clean on Nov. 4,”They destroyed election results!—They destroyed election results in a violation of state law.” He continued, “They were required to keep these records for two years after the election, and they deleted them!”
Following all of this, the county has decided not to use Dominion Voting machines in its upcoming May election:
A northern Michigan county that was sued over its counting of the fall election will count paper ballots by hand in the May 4 primary.
Antrim County commissioners turned down a request from the county clerk for $5,080 to prepare Dominion Voting machines for the upcoming election, the Traverse City Record-Eagle reported.
Commissioners instead said ballots will be counted by hand, though Clerk Sheryl Guy, the chief election officer, said it could be illegal.
This appears to be a great decision in light of the many unanswered questions surrounding the 2020 presidential election. It is tragic and outrageous that the United States lacks a Department of Justice or FBI that would conduct a legitimate investigation into all of the numerous irregular issues in the 2020 election.