LOOK: Michigan “Glitch” Dominion Voting Software Used In Swing States Turned Down In 2019 By Texas Over Security Concerns
- November 9, 2020
- Posted by: Craig Chamberlin
- Category: Social Media
It’s important to state that this story is developing as more and more anecdotal evidence tied to election fraud is explored. It turns out a software package known as “Dominion Voting Software” is tied to a glitch controversy in Michigan’s Antrim county was also used in most of the swing states during the 2020 election. This particular software was rejected by Texas three times in 2019, you can read the full details surrounding the cause of the rejection here. Here is a summary:
It is somewhat ironic that the software is named “Dominion”, but I digress. Upon further investigation, many are probing deeper into this software to find out whether or not the issue out of Michigan was due to a clerical error or tied into the software. Here is an image of all the states who currently use the Dominion software package:
This story follows the nationwide press conference out of Michigan citing the “glitch”. Regardless of the outcome, an audit into the 2020 election should help alleviate concerns over voter fraud, it should also benefit America as a whole. The Joe Biden Presidency’s credibility wouldn’t want to move forward with a dark cloud hanging over its legitimacy. Hopefully the media and Big Tech will let these investigations proceed as part of their “Unity” campaign without slandering Americans concerned with a free and fair election.