Here's What Was Discovered About Dominion Machines Used in a Swing State
Beth Baumann / Townhall Tipsheetincorrectly attributed to former Vice President Joe Biden. The Michigan Secretary of State stated the error took place because of "human error" not a software "glitch."
The order was made after Antrim County resident William Bailey filed a lawsuit challenging the integrity of the election results. Specifically, he brought up concerns about how county election officials originally reported their unofficial results. The focus of the election results weren't on the outcome of the presidential contest but rather on a local proposal to allow a marijuana dispensary in town, the Detroit Free Press reported.
Earlier this month Allied Security Operations Group (ASOG) in Dallas inspected the election equipment. Originally the report wasn't going to be made public without receiving approval from the judge first. Elsenheimer came back and said a report can be released as long as the software's coding are redacted. In the newly-released report, ASOG stated Dominion's software has a 68 percent chance of errors.