BREAKING: Audit reveals 1,400 votes were switched in school board election in Michigan

Dominion Voting System
Image source: Dominion Voting website

Allied Security Operations Group, a firm hired to carry out forensic audits of Dominion Voting machines, has found that 1,400 votes were seemingly ‘switched’ during a school board election in Michigan, pointing to wider cases of fraud in the presidential election.

The machine in question is the Dominion ImageCast Precinct machine, located in Antrim Country, Michigan. Upon evaluation of two tape rolls, Allied Security issued a statement on its findings:

“This is the most preliminary report of serious election fraud indicators. In comparing the numbers on both rolls, we estimate 1,474 votes changed across the two rolls, between the first and the second time the exact same ballots were run through the County Clerk’s vote-counting machine—which is almost the same number of voters that voted in total.”

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Allied goes on to allege that 742 votes were added to a school board member for Central Lake Schools and another 657 votes were removed from an Ellsworth Schools board member.

“There were incremental changes throughout the rolls with some significant adjustments between the 2 rolls that were reviewed. This demonstrates conclusively that votes can be and were changed during the second machine count after the software update. That should be impossible especially at such a high percentage to total votes cast,” Allied goes on to claim.

The audit was carried out on behalf of William Bailey, a plaintiff. On Monday Judge Kevin Elsenheimer permitted Allied to release its report.

Dominion Voting Systems has continued to say that its machines are incapable of tampering and votes cannot be switched to other candidates. The Allied report disproves Dominion’s argument altogether.

“Baseless claims about the integrity of the system or the accuracy of the results have been dismissed by election authorities, subject matter experts, and third-party fact-checkers,” the Dominion website argues.

These findings only add more fuel to the fire over claims of election fraud. For Dominion, the claim that its machines are entirely on the up and up seems to be fading away rather rapidly. Whether this will lead to a substantive overturn of the election’s results remains to be seen.


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