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Where Are The Results of The Dominion Audit in Michigan?

Permalink 12/11/20 10:07, by OGRE / (Jeff), Categories: Welcome, News, Background, In real life, On the web, Politics, Elections

You can't see the results of the audit. A Michigan judge has put a block on the release of the audit findings.

Judge Kevin Elsenheimer has blocked the release of the Dominion audit data at the request of Michigan AG Dana Nessel. You might remember her as The strange anti-Merry Christmas lady.

Here is video from "Lou Dobs Tonight."

Can anyone tell me why they can't release the audit data from the Dominion audit? After all this was, "The November 3rd election was the most secure in American history" says the CISA.

"There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised."

"When you have questions, turn to elections officials as trusted voices as they administer elections."

People went to their elections officials and couldn't get answers. So they went to the court and demanded to audit the machines. When the audit was complete, the Judge and the state's AG blocked the results of the audit from becoming public information.

Are we supposed to trust officials, who won't show us what they've found? Hiding things is not instilling trust in the process or the system. If this doesn't hint to Dominion machines being rigged, I don't know what does.

This is like asking someone in a card game, "Do you have cards up your sleeve?" Then they say, "No, I don't have any cards up my sleeve, but you also can't look!"

The sad part is that many of these officials probably thought that the machines weren't rigged. They might have actually bought the lie that they were going to count votes as you would expect them to. Or, they are complicit in the stealing of the election and were caught red handed, either way it's bad for them.

I think that the audit proved that the machines were rigged and now these people don't want to be caught with their pants down. Because they know that when the information reaches the public, they are going to be help accountable for the fact that nobody looked over the machines, or allowed the machines to be altered in violation of state law. Or at the very least allowed them to be altered in a way that was "just minor enough" to avoid revalidating the machines.

The fact that there is a level to which an update doesn't require recertification is ridiculous. Do you think that Walmart would replace all of the cash registers' software and not test them before they start ringing up items? Of course not, because they don't want to loose money or have the system crash in the middle of a busy day.

This whole thing has been a joke. The fact that the CISA came out 3 days after the election to claim, "The November 3rd election was the most secure in American history" is absurd. This came out 3 days after the election. Votes were still being counted all over the country. How could the CISA know that the process was secure before it's even close to being completed?

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