Unic Press UK: Dominion Voting Systems as described the allegations that its election equipment creates fraud cum manipulates election result as baseless.
In a statement Tuesday on its website, the company said:
“Dominion is a private American company that provides voting systems in 28 states, including “red” and “blue” jurisdictions. Since its founding in 2003, Dominion has supported tens of thousands of elections in non-partisan fashion. Baseless claims about the integrity of the system or the accuracy of the results have been dismissed by election authorities, subject matter experts and third-party fact-checkers. Malicious and misleading false claims about Dominion have resulted in dangerous levels of threats and harassment against the company and its employees, as well as election officials.”
The company’s statement follows the outcome of a forensics audit that declared Dominion Voting Systems to be “intentionally and purposefully designed to create systemic fraud and influence election results.”
Following an order by Judge Kevin Elsenheimer of the 13th Circuit Court of Michigan with respect to a lawsuit filed by one William Bailey against Antrim County, Michigan, a global cyber security services firm, Allied Security Operations Group (ASOG), carried out a forensic audit indicting the Dominion Voting System.
In a 22-page document, the audit report ‘Antrim Michigan Forensics Report’ compiled by a 7-member team, ASOG said:
“Dominion Voting System is intentionally and purposefully designed to create systemic fraud and influence election results. The Dominion software configuration logs in the Divert Options, shows that all write-in ballots were flagged to be diverted automatically for adjudication. This means that all write-in ballots were sent for “adjudication” by a poll worker or election official to process the ballot based on voter “intent”. Adjudication files allow a computer operator to decide to whom to award those votes (or to trash them). We reviewed the Tabulation logs in their entirety for 11/6/2020 [6 November 2020]. The election logs for Antrim County consist of 15,676 total lines or events. Of the 15,676 there were a total of 10,667 critical errors/warnings or a 68.05% error rate.”