Georgia legislative testimony shows fraud in Dominion machines | Beaufort County Now | Sworn testimony by data experts before the Judiciary Committee of the Georgia State Senate show votes for President Trump being removed on election night.

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Georgia legislative testimony shows fraud in Dominion machines

    Sworn testimony by data experts before the Judiciary Committee of the Georgia State Senate show votes for President Trump being removed on election night. It is pointed out that deductions from vote totals are not normal and are indicators of fraud. They also point to lots of other fraud revealed by their analysis of the vote count, and that the Dominion machines do not preserve the original image of how each voter voted and therefore cannot be audited. The vote fraud revealed is far more than the alleged Biden margin of victory.

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( January 8th, 2021 @ 2:32 pm )
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