A Michigan county clerk caught a glitch in tabulation software, so they hand-counted votes and found the glitch caused 6,000 votes to go to Biden + Democrats meant for Trump and Republicans. A similar computer error led election officials in Oakland County to hand an upset victory Wednesday to a Democrat, only to switch the win back to an incumbent Republican a day later. Adam Kochenderfer won by 1,127 votes, giving him a total of 51.67% share of the total votes. 47 Michigan counties used this software.
This past September, in Clark County, Nevada, county commissioners approved an amendment to the existing contract with Dominion Voting Systems to provide ballot-reader equipment and related software ahead of the November election. The contract amendment is worth $469,000 if the county continues to use the software through 2032.
In 2019, my home state of Georgia awarded Dominion a $107 million contract. The contract switched Georgia from its longtime elections company, Election Systems & Software, following complaints about malfunctioning machines and unverifiable results during the November midterm election. All of the computer glitches favored Biden.
Meanwhile, the “blue wave” never materialized. Joe Biden supposedly received 74 million votes than former President Obama. Yet, Democrats lost many House seats and flipped only 1 Senate Seat. President Trump has set vote records never seen before in the Republican Party (achieved 7.5 million more votes than 2016) and is supposed to be down.
One of the voting system systems in question is Dominion, founded in Toronto, Canada, with an expanded footprint in Denver, CO. Dominion Voting has gained a rather dominant position in the electronic voting hardware market the old-fashioned way — by buying out its competitors. In May of 2010 Dominion Voting acquired all the physical and intellectual property assets of Ohio-based Premier Election Solutions, which was the 2007 rebranding of Diebold Election Systems. Inc. And then, the very next month, in June of 2010, Dominion bought up California-based Sequoia Voting Systems.
Dominion is used in 30 states across the US including the swing states of: Nevada, Arizona, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia and Pennsylvania.
Dominion’s ImageCast Remote 5.2 web interface is remotely accessible.
The software is from Avid Technologies Inc, and Richard C. Blum is the owner and Dianne Feinstein’s husband.
Dianne Goldman Berman Feinstein is an American politician who has served as the senior United States Senator from California since 1992. A member of the Democratic Party, Feinstein was Mayor of San Francisco from 1978 to 1988.
Richard Blum is an American investor and husband of United States Senator Dianne Feinstein. He is the chairman and president of Blum Capital, an equity investment management firm. Blum’s wife, Senator Dianne Feinstein, has received scrutiny due to her husband’s government contracts and extensive business dealings with China and her past votes on trade issues with the country. Blum has denied any wrongdoing. URS Corp, which Blum had a substantial stake in, bought EG&G, a leading provider of technical services and management to the United States military, from The Carlyle Group in 2002; EG&G subsequently won a $600 million defense contract.
Blum and his wife have also received significant scrutiny and criticism due to his 75% stake in contractor Tutor Perini, which received hundreds of millions to billions of dollars in military contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan during those countries’ U.S. occupation.
Critics have argued that business contracts with the U.S. government awarded to a company controlled by Blum raise a potential conflict-of-interest issue with his wife’s voting and policy activities.
In 2009, Feinstein introduced legislation to provide $25 billion in taxpayer money to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. This government agency had recently awarded her husband’s real estate firm, CB Richard Ellis, what The Washington Times called “a lucrative contract to sell foreclosed properties at compensation rates higher than the industry norms.” The United States Postal Service has entered into an exclusive contract with CB Richard Ellis to sell buildings that currently house post offices.
In April 2008, competitor Hart InterCivic attempted a hostile takeover of Sequoia. Court documents unearthed at this time revealed that Smartmatic still retained some financial control over several aspects of Sequoia. At the time, Smartmatic held a $2 million note from SVS Holdings, Inc., the management team which purchased the company from Smartmatic. According to the acquisition contract, Smartmatic also retains ownership of intellectual property rights for some of Sequoia’s currently deployed election products in the United States and holds the right to negotiate overseas non-compete agreements.
The rabbit hole gets deeper and deeper.
In late 2019, NBC ran an article discussing the integrity of the voting machines. “Scrutiny of the U.S. election system, spurred by Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, has put Election Systems & Software in the political spotlight.” The article goes on to discuss Russian interference in the 2016 election. The article fails to discuss the deep political connections from the Left.
We need Legal Transparency.
Tens of thousands of votes were illegally received after 8:00 PM on Tuesday, Election day, that could easily change swing states’ results. In a separate matter, hundreds of thousands of votes were illegally not allowed to be observed. President Trump’s massive lead(s) suddenly disappeared as tractors blocked doors and windows were covered with thick cardboard so observers could not see into the count rooms.
Project Veritas has documented several USPS whistleblowers who have come forward about this election. Most recently, Pennsylvania USPS Whistleblower Richard Hopkins goes public and confirms Federal Investigators have spoken with him about Postmaster Rob Weisenbach’s order to backdate ballots to November 3, 2020.
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