December 15, 2020 | 09:50
Yesterday, Michigan state judge ordered the release of a redacted report on the results of an examination of the Dominion voting machines from Antrim County, Michigan.
The report, completed by Allied Security Operations Group, alleges that their examination revealed Dominion voting machines were intentionally designed to manipulate votes and are fraught with purposeful errors.
The report also asserts that critical security and adjudication logs are missing from Dominion Voting Systems machines.
Yesterday was a crazy news day. That bit of news that few under the radar is paragraph 24 of Antrim Michigan Forensics Report.
The report cites Michigan resident Gustavo Delfino, a former professor of mathematics in Venezuela. Professor Delfino is the author of “Analysis of the 2005 Venezuela Referendum: The Official Results Versus the Petition Signatures.” (Download the study below)
According to a declaration signed by the professor, he spent years researching the 2004 national referendum in Venezuela. His work revealed “…not only the algorithm used to manipulate the results, but also the precise location in the election processing sequence where vulnerability in machine processing would provide such an opportunity,” the report reads.”
In his declaration, the professor states that he was alarmed by what he saw during the 2020 election.
The professor says he saw reports that Dominion machines were connected to the internet. The professor states that if the Dominion machines were in fact connected to the internet, the machines could, “…potentially be in constant communication with an illegal command center to provide an unfair advantage to one of the parties.”