By Patrick Colbeck
If you have been investigating election fraud for any length of time, you have likely come across one of the first documentaries on the topic called “Hacking Democracy” by Russ Michaels.
Well, One America News just released a video that demonstrates how the 2020 Antrim County elections were hacked. Attorney Matt DePerno and his team of experts show how a Dominion voting system configured with a Compact Flash (CF) Card configuration used to tally the vote in Antrim County does not produce accurate vote tallies. See for yourself in the following video.
Yes, YouTube removed the evidence of election fraud in Antrim County, MI. I left screenshot of censored YouTube post as a reminder of what we are up against when it comes to reporting the truth.
Thankfully, I downloaded a copy before they did so. You can now see OAN video on Rumble.SEE VIDEO ON RUMBLE VIA FOLLOWING LINK
Clearly, votes were shifted…and this was using a Dominion voting machine loaded with Antrim County’s December 6th, 2020 configuration for CF Cards for an election that was conducted on November 3rd, 2020. The SQL Server Management Studio application featured in the demonstration was installed on Antrim County election equipment (See 8 April 2021 Antrim County, MI Election Management System Application Security Analysis by Cyber Ninjas). This software is NOT a component of the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) Dominion Certification Configuration. The presence of non-certified software alone, especially one that could modify the election results database with impunity, should be grounds for decertification of the 2020 election.
We may never know what the November 3rd, 2020 CF Card configurations were. We do know that the vote tally for the Presidential race changed by a whopping 5,754 votes between November 3 and November 5 for a community in which only 12,423 votes were initially cast for President. There was a 7,060 vote difference between the November 3 and final December 17 tally.
One of the most compelling explanations for such swings in vote tallies is electronic manipulation of the vote tallies on November 3. In order to definitively assert this as the reason, one would need to have access to the CF Cards used on election night as well as access to the physical ballots scanned that night. Investigators only have access to the December 6th configuration of the CF cards.
In lieu of full access to election records, an alternative theory for the vote switch has been offered by Professor J. Alex Halderman of the University of Michigan (See Halderman Report). This theory examines the impact of a mix up in reference ID’s in vote tally tables. It remains a theory and a dubious one at that in light of Professor Halderman’s previous assertions regarding the security vulnerabilities of electronic voting systems.
In a truly transparent election, we would have access to the physical ballots that were tallied on November 3, the CF cards as configured on November 3 and ALL of the electronic records pertinent to the municipality and county voting systems. We don’t. In fact, politicians, lawyers, media outlets, and election officials across the country have fought tooth and nail to prevent such transparency. Why is that? Molly Ball at Time Magazine has shared her insights on this topic.
It will now be up to our legal system to enforce transparency. Stay tuned for results.
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