Armstrong Economics Blog/Politics Re-Posted Dec 23, 2020 by Martin Armstrong
Georgia State Senator William Ligon published this report after there has been serious question into the fundraising behind Dominion Voting that nobody wants to disclose.
“The Chairman’s Report of the Election Law Study Subcommittee of the Standing Senate Judiciary Committee”
“The November 3, 2020 General Election (the “Election”) was chaotic and any reported results must be viewed as untrustworthy. (…) The Subcommittee learned that the history and control of the company that owns the Dominion voting system is unclear and provides serious implications of foreign interference in the U.S. election.”
“(…) The Subcommittee did not have time to investigate the numerous publicly reported issues with the Dominion voting machines. The Subcommittee takes notice of the various publicly reported functions of the machines and heard evidence that the machines can duplicate fraudulent ballots to the point that not even trained personnel can tell the difference between a test ballot and a real ballot. Testimony also suggested that the system responds wirelessly to being reset from an unknown location as happened with the poll books. The Subcommittee also heard that Dominion machines can be programmed with algorithms that reallocate votes between candidates. In addition, the Dominion machines are programmed to count votes using percentages of whole numbers rather than actual votes, which is a feature incompatible with the actual voting process. The Subcommittee learned that the history and control of the company that owns the Dominion voting system is unclear and provides serious implications of foreign interference in the U.S. election. (…)”