4 Month Michigan Audit Shows Result Was Right

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Dominion voting machines print out a paper ballot. The person gets to verify that who he voted for is the one the ballot recorded.

Any error, whether by the person voting or the touch screen, or anything else is caught when the person verifies his ballot is accurate, before having it tabulated.

The only way for the machine to "flip" votes, is for the printed names, and the barcoded vote to be different. And the hand recounts proved none of the votes were "flipped"
Stop regurgitating lies that have been spoon-fed to the useful idiot class.
It's been explained a million times, why voting machines, even the touch screens, print out a paper ballot, and it's the paper ballot that gets tabulated.
They still don't understand, it's why they're Trump voters.
 

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Absent a compelling explanation of why this particular update -- at such a crucial time, in a crucial state, which improved Biden’s standing in the state so dramatically -- also had non-two-party votes performing so unusually relative to Trump votes, it seems unlikely that this vote update reflects an honest accounting of the legitimate votes.

Never explained because it is obvious fraud. Read all about it here
 

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You can count stuffed ballots a thousand times and always get the same results.

Did they audit the voter rolls to make sure dead people didnt vote? Did they signature verify? Did they address verify?


From the article:

Biden took the state by a clearcut 154,000 votes, a victory margin of 3 points. It was his most decisive victory in the five states that he took from Trump's 2016 win column. That result was affirmed by a statewide "risk-limiting audit" in which more than 18,000 randomly selected ballots from more than 1,300 jurisdictions were reviewed by local clerks.

The audits examined an equal number of ballots cast by mail and by machine, because the method for casting the 2.8 million votes statewide was almost exactly split. Among the findings was that the potential error in tabulating the absentee ballots Wayne County, which takes in Detroit, totaled 17 out of 174,000 submitted.

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just the fact they only found 17 discrepancies proves utter bullshit. It is not statistically possible.

This is as legitimate as fuck.
did they look at the physical mail in ballot for the folds, ink pen vs copy machine? or did they just do repeated counts of the illegal ballots. I love this shit. these demofks still don't understand legitimate vs illegitimate ballots Again, you can count illegitimate ballots one hundred, fk a thousand times and you will get the same count. learn some fking math.
 
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If I graduated college, wouldn't such a belief be a logical fallacy?
If you graduated college, you got ripped off, odummy.
Its paid me pretty well over the years.
you mean 'it's', right college grad?
Yep, that's correct. "It's" is the contraction of "It is" and "It has", while "Its" is the possessive form, which shows ownership. Thank you for your astute observation.
 

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An audit took 4 months...and it was not even and exhaustive recount and audit that every ballot was valid.
 

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If I graduated college, wouldn't such a belief be a logical fallacy?
If you graduated college, you got ripped off, odummy.
Its paid me pretty well over the years.
you mean 'it's', right college grad?
Yep, that's correct. "It's" is the contraction of "It is" and "It has", while "Its" is the possessive form, which shows ownership. Thank you for your astute observation.
Yes, that you missed
 

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