Forensic Report BOMBSHELL Reveals Dominion Machines Were Set At 68 05% Error Rate
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President Donald Trump and his legal team are still in the game and playing hardball in an effort to correct what they view as a stolen election.
There's more. In Michigan, is seems the Bar Association is threatening lawyers fighting for election integrity. And it also appears that one attorney, Matthew DePerno, has been singled out. We'll also tell you what Rudy Giuliano had to say about Michigan's Secretary of State hiding evidence.
The president posted on Twitter this ominous message: “Swing States that have found massive VOTER FRAUD, which is all of them, CANNOT LEGALLY CERTIFY these votes as complete & correct without committing a severely punishable crime.” [source]
It seems Trump backers are not too worried about the electoral college "electing" Joe Biden. That, they apparently believe, can be contested in court and overturned.
• What if President Trump issued an executive order suspecting the Electoral College vote count in congress? My understanding is that the House and Senate will meet in a joint session to certify the vote. Is that even possible for the president to do that?
• What if Vice-president Mike Pence refuses to declare a winner? It is my understanding that the vice-president acting as the Senate president has the responsibility of officially declaring the winner of the presidential election. What if he refuses to do so? Then what?
• What if Pence decides he won't declare a winner until the matter of widespread voter fraud in resolved in the courts? And what if the courts drag it out for weeks, months, or even four years? Who will be president if Trump refuses to concede or resign? Will he still be president? Or will the office be vacated? Will the speaker of the house of representatives, Nancy Pelosi, become president?
Now, if someone had suggested in October that Donald Trump would declare martial law, I would have laughed. But it seems that Michael Flynn publicly suggested that while speaking at a pro-Trump rally in Washington. If you had told me the president Trump would suspend the election by executive order, I would have laughed at that as well. If you had told me Mike Pence would refuse to declare a winner, I would have laughed. If you had told me Joe Biden claimed to have received 80-million votes, I would have laughed. If you had told me there would be widespread allegations of voter fraud and a flurry of lawsuits submitted for Supreme Court review, I would have laughed.
Rudy Giuliani wonders out loud on Twitter, "Why has Michigan Secretary of State @JocelynBensonintervened in the Antrim MI lawsuit in an [attempt] to prevent the public from exposing voter and election fraud. What is she hiding?" He was as apparently quoting
Bernard B. Kerik, who served as Chief of Police when Giuliani was mayor of New York City.
What she was hiding, or attempting to block, was a forensic investigation of voting machines in Antrim County, Michigan. Turns out she failed.
So, what's happening in Michigan?
First, Constitutional Attorney Matthew DePerno received an ominous warning from Michigan's Bar Association, reports say. The warning reportedly came in the form of a phone call in which DePerno was told he was under investigation relating to a case he tried over a year ago. The warning coincides with DePerno's commissioning a team of IT experts to examine voting machines in Antrim County. In spite of the apparent intimidation (it may have been pure coincidence), DePerno went forward with the voter machine investigation as was granted permission to share the results.
Second, after the machines were scrutinized by DePerno's team of forensic investigators, here's what they found:
The voting machines were preset, apparently, at a 68.05% error rate.
According to thegatewaypundit.com:
DePerno explained that when ballots are put through the machine, a whopping 68.05% error rate means that 68.05% of the ballots are sent for bulk adjudication, which means they collect the ballots in a folder. “The ballots are sent somewhere where people in another location can change the vote,” DePerno explained. Based on the Allied Security Operations report, Constitutional Attorney Matthew DePerno states: “we conclude that The Dominion Voting System should not be used in Michigan. We further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified.
To adjudicate means to judge something in dispute. So, if understand correctly, 68.05 percent of the votes on the machines investigated — and we can only presume all the machines in Michigan were set to the same protocols — were sent to be "judged". That is, whoever judged them could have changed them. Based on what criteria? And who did the adjudicating? We the adjudicators monitored by bi-partisan observers? Was the adjudication process recorded?