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Software "glitches" always seem to flip races from R to D


PJMediaIn Antrim County, the software glitch switched 6,000 votes from Republicans, including President Trump, to Democrats. The county clerk, a Democrat, caught the issue and it has been corrected in that county. Antrim County uses Dominion Voting Systems, according to WLNS.

In Oakland County, another glitch temporarily toppled an incumbent Republican. County Commissioner Adam Kochenderfer narrowly lost in the initial count, only to have a glitch discovered Thursday that had switched over 1,200 Republican votes to Democrat. Once the votes were properly attributed, Commissioner Kochenderfer went from loser by about 100 votes to winner by over 1,100. According to the Royal Oak Tribune, Oakland County uses election software from Hart Intercivic. Hart uses a proprietary system called Verity. Eleven Michigan counties use Hart’s systems.

It’s troubling that both glitches switched Republican votes to Democrat despite apparently occurring in different underlying systems. All told, 59 of Michigan’s 83 counties may be affected by these two glitches.

"Glitches" my ass. Glitches don't always seem to go in one direction. And it appears that the same software is used in many other states, including all of the swing states in this election.

The MI legislature is looking into it, but so long as they are blaming "glitches" they are allowing the cover up.

This entry was published Wed Nov 11 17:56:32 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-11-11 17:56:32.0. [Tweet]

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