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Dominion systems has identical error rates in MI, NV


TwitterThe error rate scanning ballots in Antrim County, Michigan was 68.05%. Dominion Voting Systems are also used in Clark County, Nevada. Clark County, Nevada election officials also *HAPPENED* to report an error scanning "ABOUT 70% OF BALLOTS".

If true, that's two locations with very strong indications of deliberate fraud at the systematic level. And it appears to be true.

Las Vegas Review JournalAll mail ballots in Clark County were counted first by running them through a digital scanner. If the scanner cannot read the ballot or determine the voter’s intent, the ballot is sent to an adjudication or duplication team, both of which are overseen by a bipartisan election board. County elections officials have said about 70 percent of ballots are sent to be reviewed by elections officials.

That both places had errors could be coincidence. That both places had almost identical error rates suggests it was not coincidence.

This entry was published Fri Dec 18 10:09:24 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-12-18 10:09:24.0. [Tweet]

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