By Patrick Colbeck
The preliminary results from a forensic analysis of the Antrim County Dominion Voting Systems has been completed and released to the public. It reveals several disturbing findings that call into the question the validity of the 2020 Election Results not only in Antrim Country but the state of Michigan as a whole.
- The results of the Antrim County election should never have been certified due to machine/software error. The allowable election error rate established by the Federal Election Commission guidelines is of 1 in 250,000 ballots (.0008%). We observed an error rate of 68.05%. This demonstrated a significant and fatal error in security and election integrity.
- There is evidence of multiple violations of the Help America Vote Act justifying decertification of the 2020 Antrim County Election and calling into question the election results for 47 out of 83 counties in Michigan not to mention the 28 out of 50 states in America (including battleground states) which use Dominion Voting Systems.
- The Dominion Rank Choice Voting algorithm was “enabled”. This algorithm allows a percentage of votes to be shifted from one candidate to another candidate resulting in “fractional votes”. There is no good reason for this feature to have been enabled in the 2020 General Election in Antrim County.
- There is incontrovertible evidence of multiple examples of tampering with election audit trail after election was conducted.
- Secretary of State Benson’s statement on November 6, 2020 that “the correct results always were and continue to be reflected on the tabulator totals tape” was false.
In addition, Assistant Attorney General Erik Gill successfully pursued the redaction of several pages of the analysis claiming that it uncovered “source code” proprietary to Dominion. Analysts assert that this data was merely configuration settings not source code, but, if so, Mr. Gill may have inadvertently added fuel to the fire of violations of the Help America Vote Act if any of this “source code” was modified within 90 days of the election without recertification of the software.
Analysis of the Dominion Voting Systems data will continue, but it is clear from the data revealed today that there is no basis for Michigan Secretary of State Benson to claim that the 2020 election was secure.