Last Updated on December 5, 2020
In what can only be described as good news for the Trump campaign legal team, a Michigan judge has cleared the way for a forensic examination of the Dominion Voting System machines in one county that saw mid-election anomalies that affected the outcome of the election in that locale.
A judge in Antrim County, located in the upper-northwest quadrant of the State of Michigan, has greenlighted a forensic audit of 22 Dominion Voting System machines used in the November 3, 2020 election.
That county saw Dominion machines flip 6,000 votes from President Trump, awarding them to his opponent, Democrat presidential hopeful Joe Biden.
“Big win for honest elections,” President Trump’s lead attorney Rudy Giuliani tweeted on December 4, 2020. “This is where the untrustworthy Dominion machine flipped 6,000 votes from Trump to Biden. Spiking of votes by Dominion happened all over the state.”
BIG WIN FOR HONEST ELECTIONS.
Antrim County Judge in Michigan orders forensic examination of 22 Dominion voting machines.
This is where the untrustworthy Dominion machine flipped 6000 votes from Trump to Biden.
Spiking of votes by Dominion happenned all over the state.
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) December 5, 2020
Allegations that Dominion machines flipped votes from the President to his Democrat opponent is disputed by both Michigan election officials and Dominion Voting Systems. Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s office insists the votes were flipped because of a human error by an Antrim County clerk.
The judge’s order is the first authorization for the Trump campaign team in their quest to examine Dominion Voting Systems machines.
On Friday, the Michigan Republican Party red-flagged a memo issued by Benson that authorized the deletion of “Electronic Poll Book software and associated files,” although a spokesperson for the Secretary’s office claimed the process is routine.
“Amid calls to audit the results of a hotly disputed election, the deletion of any data, redundant or not, is quite concerning,” one pundit opined.