‘The Glitch’ in Michigan—The Same System Is in Use in Every Battleground State
Nov. 7, 2020 (EIRNS)—The infamous computer “glitch” in Antrim County, Michigan, which switched 3,000 votes for Trump into votes for Biden, is in use in nearly all the counties of Michigan, as well as in 30 other states, including all of the states which are being contested for probable vote fraud by the Trump Make America Great Again Committee. Election technology provider Dominion Voting Systems, it should be clear, donated between $25,001-$50,000 to the Clinton Foundation in 2014, according to Politico, referencing the Washington Post. The clerks in Antrim counted everything by hand to determine the real vote, and that was only because the county, with a population of less than 24,000, is small enough that they recognized that the overwhelming vote for Biden was simply not possible in their strongly Republican region. What about the other counties where that may not have been so obvious? Will they all be hand counted? This will be high on Trump campaign lawyers’ list of “to dos” starting Monday, Nov. 9.
There was another “glitch” in a different company’s voting machines in Michigan’s Oakland County (Pontiac, Troy), which switched 1,200 Trump votes to Biden. Interesting that “glitches” only go one way—to Democrats.
Michigan state Sen. Ed McBroom called a joint hearing of the state’s Senate and House of Representatives Oversight committees for Saturday, Nov. 7, which issued a subpoena for voting-related records to investigate the vote fraud. They requested documents from both the primary and general elections, including documents and communications related to the mass mailing of absentee ballot applications to registered voters in the spring and later mass mailings of information about people’s right to vote, the Detroit News reported, adding that the claims were “unsubstantiated,” which is obligatory in every fake-news press account.
The Trump campaign will be going to court on Monday in every contested state.