When Hillary Clinton brazenly declared before the 2020 US election that "Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out," she must have had insight into what the Democrats had prepared for victory.
Such curiously revealing statements should be parsed very carefully, especially when viewed together with the involvement of the Law firm of Brownstein, Farber, Hyatt and Shreck. In 2015, it was the second-largest lobbying firm in the US. A 2016 article in the Denver Post called the firm “a national juggernaut”. And the firm happens to be closely involved with voting data machines as well as the Democratic National Convention (DNC). The use of these machines in this election cycle has been a source of great controversy.
According to Townhall, “one of the most interesting aspects of this, as pointed out by NOQ Report, is that Dominion Voting Systems has machines in more than one-third of the United States. They never had a lobbyist in Washington, DC until last year when they hired Brownstein Farber Hyatt & Schreck, a lobbying firm.” One of the account’s main supervisors is Nadeam Elshami, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) former chief of staff.
According to state GOP Chairwoman Laura Cox, the Dominion software used to tabulate votes cast in 47 Michigan counties erroneously gave 6 000 votes to Joe Biden in Anterim County.
“In Antrim County, ballots were counted for Democrats that were meant for Republicans, causing a 6 000 vote swing against our candidates. The county clerk came forward and said ‘tabulating software glitched and caused a miscalculation of the vote’. Since then, we have now discovered the 47 counties used the same software in the same capacity,” she said, adding “Antrim County had to hand count all of the ballots, and these counties that used the software need to closely examine their results for similar discrepancies.”
The “glitch” is especially disconcerting, since Trump won Antrim County in 2016 with 62 percent of the vote vs. 33 percent for Hillary Clinton.
Whether or not there was a machine “glitch” should be investigated, especially when it comes down to ballots in swing states. Areas in which this system was used should have a hand recount so voters know their votes were tabulated correctly. A glitch in one county is probable. A glitch in multiple counties in multiple states sounds like it could potentially be a bigger systemic problem.
In 2019 this company was investigated by Congress:
“Both ES&S and its main competitor, Dominion Voting Systems, have released voting machines that security experts say can add votes to paper ballots after they are cast by voters. Together, these two companies sell and maintain 80 percent of US voting systems. Despite long-standing reassurances by vendors and election officials that voting machines cannot be hacked because they are not connected to the internet, recent security reports reveal that many voting machines are connected to the internet and possibly have been for years. Security experts are alarmed at internet connectivity in voting systems because it can allow hackers to inject malware that disrupts or changes the outcome of an election.”
Not ironically, the states which are using Dominion systems in 2020 all swung blue, producing statistically impossible voter data, such as 100 percent or 105 percent voter turnout – something that even the now deceased Zimbabwean despot Robert Mugabe could never have hoped to achieve.
Dominion Voting Systems and The Clinton Foundation did a 2,25 million dollar “charity initiative” in developing nations together called the DELIAN Project less than a decade ago. In essence, the company had been donating large amounts of money to the Clintons and now the Democratic Party.
But the Dominion system has been known for some time to be defective, yet more than half of all US states used it.
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