Lawyer drops presidential election bombshell: Vote-tabulator machine totals can be changed


from WND:

‘If this can be replicated, it should invalidate machines from every election’

A Michigan lawyer fighting for a full review of the 2020 presidential election results in Antrim County, which originally was given to Joe Biden, then reversed when the facts were uncovered and given to President Trump, says anyone with access to a voting tabulator machine can change an election, then backdate the results.

The fight in Michigan is one of several that have been stirring up “fact-checkers” across the political spectrum in recent weeks. They insist that the claims made by attorney Matthew DePerno are “in dispute.”


That’s because, they say, government officials have claimed there are “safeguards” in place to protect “against fraud, including hand counts and audits.”

The new bombshell from DePerno, came in a news conference on Monday:

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According to a report at the Gateway Pundit, DePerno and his team raised the potential for totals being changed.

Fact-checkers explain Michigan uses paper ballots and they have been preserved, meaning the accuracy of voting machines can be verified.

The Gateway Pundit explained that the news from DePerno was “shocking.”

“If this can be replicated in other jurisdictions it should invalidate the voting machines from every election moving forward.”

DePerno earlier said his investigation so far has revealed that the voting machines there contained a software program that could have been used to manipulate vote totals.

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