Written by Michelle Botello
As the elections arrive every four years, we face new leadership. The ballots we use to elect our candidates are counted by voting software by the name of Dominion Voting Symptoms. It is not faultless, and it was said to be one of the most accurate methods of selecting your new president, until now.
Dominion is one of the largest voting companies in the US. It consists of voting machines and tabulators provided to local governments to use for counting ballots and votes. More than 30 states use this method including Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada and Pennsylvania, says google.com.
According to USAtoday.com, news, OAN’s Lilia Pifleld, on clip on Mediaite sources this week, the Trump administration has claimed that Dominion has deleted Donald J. Trump votes or switched votes to Joe Biden, as many as 435,000 ballots and 2.7 million Trump votes appear to have been deleted.
States involved the Dominion software will do a recount. Antrim County in Michigan also uses Dominion and a manual recount found that thousands of votes for Trump went to Joe Biden accidentally.
Gambling sites leave hundreds of millions of dollars in limbo refusing to call Biden for president. The voting system has been an issue during this year’s election. Claims go as far as that the company holds ties to prominent Democrats.
Several elected officials have found glitches in the system, but Dominion has denied any flaws. They have united with the federal government agency that oversees US election Security, the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Agency that denies allegations about vote issues in the voting system.
The ballot-counting company put out a statement saying “There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes or was in any way compromised.” Dominion is not able to review votes in real time while being submitted.
The allegations of a secret CIA program for vote fraud went to Hammer and Scorecard. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, (CISA) prevents malicious actors from tampering with vote counts and assures tallies to be accurate.
The allegations of deletion of 2.7 million pro-Ttump votes posted on the internet and spread throughout social media platforms has been taken down by independent fact-checkers, according to dominionvoting.com. Claims of 941,000 votes for Trump in Pennsylvania were deleted are impossible, said the article.
The 14 counties using Dominion produced 1.3 million votes, giving a voter turnout of 76 percent. Fifty-two percent went to Trump, adding up to 676,000 votes processed in Pennsylvania using company systems.