Judge Grants Permission to Release Forensic Examination of 16 Dominion Voting Machines

Judge Grants Permission to Release Forensic Examination of 16 Dominion Voting Machines

(HorizonPost.com) – Antrim County, Michigan, is one place where it’s been proven machines provided by Dominion Voting Systems provided an inaccurate count in the 2020 presidential election. This prompted the judge to allow forensic imaging, as reported on December 6. A “forensic image” is a complete copy of a hard drive within a certain set of guidelines that include “deleted files, deleted file fragments, and hidden data…”

On December 14, the judge granted the plaintiff’s request to publicize the reported results of those investigations. The resulting public record could provide a vital piece of hard evidence for President Donald Trump’s legal team, helping them in their quest to prove that Joe Biden did not, in fact, win the election.

His team, the state of Texas, and Attorney Sidney Powell have all filed lawsuits with the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) alleging voter fraud in a variety of different states. As of yet, the High Court has declined to hear any of them for different reasons — all based on technicalities, not merits. New proof gathered through means that meet the legal standard of “evidence” could be a game-changer.

Stay tuned for updates to this story.

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