Dominion Voting Machines FAIL Critical Testing for Election Recount!


Several startling stories have surfaced recently discussing peculiar aspects of the 2020 presidential election. A group of patriot investigators have not wavered in their conviction that widespread election fraud occurred.

The progressive left used a variety of dishonest methods to manipulate and cheat. Similar to the Maricopa County, Arizona instance, persons accused of cheating have been identified. Other methods used to manipulate the vote count involved voting machines.

Dominion Voting Systems has regularly been labeled as problematic and compromised by organizations that uphold election integrity. According to experts, Dominion is the main perpetrator of election fraud. El Paso County, Colorado is testing Dominion machines in preparation of an upcoming primary hand recount.

The machines being tested in El Paso County are producing adjudications. These adjudications, or errors, are called “Logic and Accuracy tests”. Various candidates ordered the hand recount. The list included Mesa Clerk Tina Peters and El Paso senate candidate Linda Zamora Wilson.

Wilson’s apparent victory was overturned after a local news station had called it. There was no explanation for the abrupt reversal. 4,000 ballots were part of the Logic and Accuracy tests. Nearly 60 percent, or approximately 2,200 ballots, were rejected for adjudication.

Even the Dominion employees who were present couldn’t get the machines to run properly. The candidates had to pay for the recount. This is just another in a long line of suspicious failures by Dominion Voting Systems.

Dominion should be banned in all U.S. elections, local, state, and federal. Canada has already banned them. Multiple countries have banned electronic voting machines all together. After witnessing so many suspicious results and unexplained errors, the U.S. should do the same.

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