Dominion Voting Systems has been at the front and center of 2020 election voting fraud accusations, and a soon-to-be-released report could be the proof we have all been waiting for. On Monday, a Michigan judge allowed for the public release of a sealed forensics “report that finds intentional, systemic errors in programs designed by Dominion Voting Systems and that the errors are meant to influence election results” reports Just the News.
The analytics report in question is of the forensics findings on the Antrim County, Michigan elections, which were conducted by Allied Security Operations Group. “We conclude that the Dominion Voting System is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results” the report concludes.
How the system works is quite genius. Instead of fraud occurring with a simple vote change to/from a candidate, “The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The electronic ballots are then transferred for adjudication” the analytics found.
With the errors come “bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail” states the report. The result: voter or election fraud. “Based on our study, we conclude that The Dominion Voting System should not be used in Michigan.”
The report included some eye-opening statistics. “The allowable election error rate established by the Federal Election Commission guidelines is of 1 in 250,000 ballots (.0008%). We observed an error rate of 68.05%. This demonstrated a significant and fatal error in security and election integrity” the report concluded.
The report was conducted as the result of a lawsuit from Antrim County resident William Bailey, who charged that there were significant problems with the machines. Not only did the report substantiate Bailey’s claims, it stated, “we further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified.”
Detroit: Dominion Contractor Says She Witnessed Fraudulent Actions During Ballot Counting
In a sworn statement, a contractor for Dominion Voting Systems said that she saw “fraudulent actions take place” at Detroit’s ballot-counting site on Election Day.
Melissa Carone, who was doing IT work at the TCF Center, worked from 6:15 a.m. on Nov. 3 to 4 a.m. the next day, before returning for several more hours later on Nov. 4. Carone said in an affidavit that she “witnessed nothing but fraudulent actions take place.”
She said she saw workers count some ballots four or five times, and noticed that one of the counters had even counted a batch of ballots eight times.
“I confronted my manager, Nick Ikonornakis, saying how big of a problem this was,” Carone said. “Nick told me he didn’t want to hear that we have a big problem. He told me we are here to do assist with IT work, not to run their election.”
Carone also asserted that she saw workers filling out blank ballots after receiving documents that they couldn’t read or had something spilled on them.
“They were supposed to be filling them out exactly like the one they had received but this was not the case at all. The workers would also sign the name of the person that the ballot belonged to—which is clearly illegal,” she said, adding that she contacted the FBI about what she saw.
Dominion didn’t immediately respond to a request by The Epoch Times for comment.
The affidavit was submitted as a supplement to a lawsuit in Michigan.
The suit was brought this week by the Great Lakes Justice Center on behalf of Cheryl Costantino and Edward McCall. Plaintiffs allege that because of multiple irregularities, the election in Wayne County should be voided.
“The main concern is, obviously, the clear fraud that occurred in the counting process of the votes in Wayne County, and the way votes were manufactured by workers that were there,” David Kallman, senior counsel with the center, told The Epoch Times.
David Fink, lead counsel for the city of Detroit, said in an emailed statement to The Epoch Times that the lawsuit raises “baseless allegations, trying to undermine confidence in a well-run election.”
“Like two previous lawsuits, this case is not based upon actual evidence of any election fraud or misconduct,” he added.
The suit was notable because it contains five affidavits from poll observers and a sixth from a city of Detroit worker, all of whom said they witnessed election fraud.
Detroit and other areas of Michigan are such hot spots for election fraud that GOP state senators are demanding a full audit of the 2020 election results.
Election Staff Can Manually Adjust Ballots During Counting with Dominion Voting Software
Dominion Voting System’s software has a process that allows for election staffers to manually change tally amounts, raising even more concerns of fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
Dominion’s “resolution of voter intent” enables staffers to adjust tally amounts when a ballot may be unclearly marked for the machine to validate.
Across the country, Dominion has been at the center of controversy with many reports of “glitches” including one county in Michigan that had to be reversed backed to President Trump after thousands of votes were called for Joe Biden that he did not actually receive. Numerous other statistical anomalies have been revealed as well, where sometimes up to 350% of a county voted or vote dumps in the middle of the night saw over 130,000 votes go to one candidate, Joe Biden.
Earlier this morning, the Pennsylvania State Government Committee held a press conference calling out Dominion for backing out of their scheduled meeting together to discuss voting irregularities. The committee asked “Why would a vendor of public goods, fear discussing their product sold to the public for the public good.” The house member continued, “Why after weeks of accusations has Dominion voting systems not released any analysis of the success of their voting machines to the public in order to stop their accusers in their tracks. If they have nothing to hide, why are they hiding from us?”
WATCH: “If they [Dominion] have nothing to hide, why are they hiding from us?” pic.twitter.com/YfhWtmh9ja
— The Election Wizard (@Wizard_Predicts) November 20, 2020
President Trump has suggested that malfeasance by Dominion is responsible for the narrow edge in posted vote totals that Biden holds in those states. Dominion, meanwhile, has unequivocally denied any wrongdoing or errors within its machines.
The company has claimed that “it is not possible for a bad actor to change election results without detection.” Dominion does, meanwhile, allow at least one avenue for manual adjustment of vote tallies as part of a process known as “adjudication.”
Evelyn Mendez is a public information officer for the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters and spoke about adjudication of ballots.
“This is normal,” she said. “Anybody who has Dominion has this. We’re not the only county that has to adjudicate ballots.”
The company on its website lays out its system for adjudicating votes, what it calls “an efficient, auditable process for ballots that meet customizable outstack conditions based on jurisdictional needs.”
The system “allows for efficient processing of ballots that require resolution of voter intent during the post-voting stage of an election,” the company says in a brochure advertising its adjudication software.
“Anyone reviewing a ballot will be able to see how the voter marked their ballot, how the scanner interpreted the intent, and how the ballot was adjudicated,” the brochure reads.
All this does pose an important question, instead of just a statement on their website, why hasn’t Dominion come forward to fight the slew of allegations?