2020 Election Updates Corruption

Michigan Forensic Audit Reveals Dominion Systems Designed To Allow Systemic Fraud

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The forensic audit of Dominion vote machines from Antrim County, Michigan has been released. Allied Security Operations Group, LLC a company that specializes in cybersecurity, and forensic analysis of electronics performed the work. The report was authored by Russell Ramsland, (who is literally a rocket scientist…) who also led the project.

The purpose of the audit was to “test the integrity of the DominionVoting system and how it performed in Antrim County, Michigan for the 2020 election”.  Their report could not have been more damning:

“We conclude that the Dominion Voting system is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results… …The Dominion voting system should not have been used in Michigan. We further conclude that the results from Antrim should not have been certified.”

Allied Security Operations Group, LLC Report

To highlight just a few of their findings:

  • The allowable election error rate as established by the Federal Election Commissions’ guidelines are 1 in 250,000 ballots or 0.0008%. In Antrim County, the error rate was 68% with Central Lake township recording a rate of 81.96%

When a ballot is “adjudicated”, a judge manually changes it. 

  • Adjudication logs for all prior elections are available, but the 2020 log is gone in contravention of State law. It also prevents a “meaningful accountability audit. The team concluded that these files were manually removed. 
  • All server security logs prior to 4, November 2020 at 11:03pm have been removed. There is no reasonable explanation for this. 
  • On 21, November, an unauthorized individual attempted to “zero out” election results.
  • The election event designer log shoes that the machines were programmed on 23, October and again on 5, November in contravention of the 90 day “safe harbor” provision of the Help America vote act. The changes  centered on how votes were tabulated and both logs demonstrated significant changes to vote tallies. 
  • The machines had the ability to be connected to the internet

There are many more issues reported which are clearly articulated in the report, and given that these machines were used statewide, Allied concludes that the likelihood that the entire vote has been compromised is high enough that it should not be certified. 

Michigan is scheduled to certify its electors today.