“The secretary of state’s office has spoken with Dominion Voting Systems — the company that sold Georgia its $107 million voting equipment — about changes to the system that could help local officials account for all memory cards…”
He should have filed a complaint with the FBI.
“When voters insert their paper ballots into scanning machines, their votes are stored on memory cards. But unlike the state’s previous voting system, the new computers don’t raise as large of a red flag if a memory card hasn’t been accounted for.“
via Science Defies Politics
December 8, 2020 at 11:49AM