We have got something big on our hands people when it comes to getting these fraudulent votes thrown out.
Generally, whenever a machine is being used for something, every so often you have someone come in and check to make sure it is running properly.
If it is in manufacturing, they make sure all the springs are tight or whatever. In the field of voting machines, they should be doing the same thing but making sure that one hundred percent of the time they are working properly.
Another step to possible victory for the Trump campaign after a Michigan judge ordered a forensic review of 22 Dominion Voting Machines.
Another Dominion Voting Machines Scandal
On Friday, a preliminary order was given which requires Antrim County to keep its election records and allow forensic photos to be taken from 22 county precinct tabulators used in the Nov. 3 election.
President Trump’s legal team is started probing the machines on Sunday after the judge permitted.
A Michigan resident from Antrim County, William Bailey, claimed his ballot was not counted which opened the door for the judge to rule for the reviews. Bailey did not personally complain about his vote for the presidential race but rather cited a local ordinance to authorize the establishment of a marijuana retailer in his county, which passed by one vote after Election Day.
Trump Campaign Strikes
While President Trump was not directly mentioned in the judge’s decision, it did open the door for the Trump campaign to get access to a forensic review of Dominion Voting Machines and the software it uses. The Michigan county used this software to not only collect but also count the votes in the general election.
“A judge actually granted our team access to 22 of the Dominion voting machines for us to conduct a forensic audit,” said Jenna Ellis, a senior legal adviser at the Trump campaign and one of the attorneys representing its election lawsuits, during a Fox & Friends appearance Sunday morning.
Legal Team Gains Footing
President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, also called this a big win to try and combat election fraud that has swept this election cycle.