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Software Glitch Swaps Votes?

A U.S. Postal Service whistleblower who witnessed the backdating of election ballots goes on the record saying he DID NOT recant his statement and stands by his allegations. A data scientists examined voting data and found that Dominion may have glitched in multiple states and switched or lost millions of votes.More from Mr. Obvious.

One tool that states might use to find and fight against voter fraud is a new risk-limiting audit called Arlo, developed by a company called VotingWorks.  Democracy depends upon trust in the electoral process. In the United States, nearly every jurisdiction relies on machines to tally votes, so trusting the process means trusting the machines that scan and tally our paper ballots. Given the high stakes of our elections, and our adversaries’ demonstrated interest in them, what can we do to double-check the equipment producing the tallies? Here’s how Arlo works.

News organizations might have declared Joe Biden the winner, but the General Services Administration isn’t recognizing Biden as the victor nor pushing ahead with transitions at this time. And the news organizations themselves are having to backtrack as discrepancies are getting straightened out in the vote counts. at this point, it doesn’t appear either Biden nor President Donald Trump has reached the 270 electoral college threshold that guarantees a victory. There are still at least five, maybe six or seven states, where recounting is proceeding. More from We Are Change.

In this episode we look at the widespread reports of voter fraud all across the nation. Vote switching “Glitch” live on CNN. Trump fires Defense Secretary Mark Esper. Legendary Super Attorney Lin Wood joins Trump’s legal team – “This country is under attack.” More from Dustin Nemos.

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