Here in Australia all we are hearing is how Trump’s claims of election fraud are baseless, and without any evidence at all. If only The ABC could afford to get the internet…?
The ABC here has spent more time telling Australians that Trump is isolated, and being abandoned by a few RINO’s rather than investigating actual known high risk areas of fraud.
One Glitch, but many machines:
In one county in Michigan Joe Biden was well ahead, but the tally didn’t match with the past voting patterns. In the last 135 years the voters of Antrim County voted Republican in 32 of 34 elections. It turned out the software used in the voting machines had flipped as many as 6,000 votes. After the error was fixed, Donald Trump was 2,000 votes ahead of Biden. That’s some glitch.
Another computer glitch in Oakland County Michigan caused a similar flip. What are the odds? Strangely, it didn’t flip votes up for Trump, only down. Not so much a bug perhaps as a design feature? ‘
The Republicans asked for another 47 counties to recount their votes, but it’s worse than that. Dominion Software is used in 30 other states across the USA, including every single “key” swinging state. Some of their machines were also reportedly faulty on the day of the election and voting hours were extended for those counties to try to help those who couldn’t vote due to the breakdown.
Guess which philanthropy group worked with Dominion from 2014 – 2017 to provide “access to Voting Technology” for “emerging democracies”? The Clinton Foundation. Looks like they also work with diverging democracies too.
These voting machines may also have chinese parts. There are three large manufacturers of Voting Machines.
What could possibly go wrong?
Efforts by the federal government and campaigns to keep state sponsored hackers from Russia and China out of U.S. elections may have overlooked a one major source of vulnerability: the hardware and software ‘guts’ of voting machines.
A study by the security firm Interos has found that one fifth (20%) of the hardware and software components in a popular voting machine came from suppliers in China. Furthermore, close to two-thirds (59%) of components in that voting machine came from companies with locations in both China and Russia.
Chinese parts, hidden ownership, growing scrutiny: Inside America’s biggest maker of voting machines
BC News examined publicly available online shipping records for ES&S for the past five years and found that many parts, including electronics and tablets, were made in China and the Philippines, raising concerns about technology theft or sabotage.
During the tour, Burt said the overseas facilities are “very secure.” He said the final assembly of voting machines takes place in the U.S.
Chinese manufacturers can be forced to cooperate with requests from Chinese intelligence officials to share any information about the technology and therefore pose a risk for U.S. companies, NBC News analyst Frank Figliuzzi, a former assistant director of the FBI for counterintelligence, said. That could include intellectual property, such as source code, materials or blueprints. There is also the concern of machines shipped with undetected vulnerabilities or backdoors that could allow tampering.
States may be asked to do recounts perhaps all 30 of them?!
Georgia counties use these machines too. Yet the counts are so slow in all the swing states. Could it be that people are tying to analyze their Benford patterns to “fill in some gaps” or are they wondering if they need a large lead just in case Trump wins a court case or two?
Even assuming people were honest and wanted to get the bottom of this, could Election 2020 be unscrambled?
UPDATE: The lawsuits will be filed Monday
Rudy Guliani: If you have nothing to hide, you allow inspection.
Republicans have not been able to observe the vote counting
“When the Republicans got a court order to get within 6feet of the ballots, they finally got in, only to find the counters moved six feet further away. ”