Reflecting back to the huge audit that occurred in Arizona, but also in Antrim County Michigan and what had occurred.
Matthew DePerno has discovered some pretty compelling information that shows an unauthorized implant that allows communication between outside sources and Dominion machines with ease.
On Steve Bannon’s show ‘War Room’, DePerno stated these machines were vulnerable and could have easily been hacked, switch votes in numerous ways and that includes on a county level.
It remains to be seen what the results of the Arizona audit will uncover.
Here is more on the story:
Forensic Evidence in Michigan Prove Voting Machines Had Unauthorized Implant to Circumvent Security https://t.co/53lmClo21v
— Vince Quill (@VinceQuill) May 5, 2021
Here is more from Steve Bannon’s War Room:
DePerno said forensic images obtained in December 2020 show machines were connected to the internet, and evidence of “even remnants of foreign connections.”
“We’re the only case in the country that’s been actually able to look at forensic images,” he told War Room, Wednesday. “Dec. 6, 2020 we went into Antrim County and collected forensic images of [Dominion’s] election management system. We’ve been studying them since that time.”
DePerno and his team say they have “proof that voting machines used in the 2020 elections can be compromised and votes easily transferred from one candidate to another.”
I have also asked multiple clerk about their knowledge of ballot harvesting, and every one has responded with “talk to my lawyer.” https://t.co/dysBxAuvSb
— Matthew S. DePerno, Esq. (@mdeperno) May 5, 2021
The biggest "human error" in Antrim County, MI election? They thought they could get away with election fraud. See how it was done. George Behizy does a great job converting "geek speak" to "plain talk" in following video. https://t.co/CULLbB3pCO @Liz_Wheeler @LizHarrisMBA
— Patrick Colbeck✝️ (@pjcolbeck) May 5, 2021
The Washington Examiner also shared an article:
The consulting firm hired by the Republican-led Senate in Arizona to conduct an audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County is also set to play a role in a lawsuit in Michigan.
A judge in the ever-expanding Michigan case, which is also focused on the 2020 election, said on Monday that the Florida-based Cyber Ninjas will be allowed to offer a rebuttal to a report that reaffirmed that human error, not Dominion Voting Systems machine software, led to early tabulation errors in Antrim County.
The plaintiff’s “expert witness” list submitted to Antrim County Circuit Judge Kevin Elsenheimer for responding to an analysis by J. Alex Halderman, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan, released by the Michigan Department of State, specifically names Cyber Ninjas owner Doug Logan, who has promoted allegations of voter fraud on social media.