As reported on AFN, an independent panel of experts recently examined Dominion Voting machine hard-drive data from two elections in November 2020 and April 2021 in Mesa County, Colorado. The panel concluded that forensic data on the hard drive of the Dominion Voting machines used in the county had been manipulated.
And during a January 2020 congressional hearing, GOP Congressman Rodney Davis of Illinois asked representatives from Dominion and two other electronic voting machine companies about election security:
Davis: "Each of you, just a simple yes or a no: Is there any method of voting that's 100% secure?"
All three responded: "No."
Dr. Walter Daugherity is senior lecturer emeritus in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at Texas A&M University. Based on his research, he submits it is "likely" that the 2020 election was stolen.
"And the reason I say that is because I've only looked at about 30 counties across the country – and there are over 3,000 counties," he qualifies.
But even though he acknowledges that's only a small sample, he explains the reasoning behind his conclusion the election results were not tabulated fairly:
"Of the 30 counties that I looked at the data – and I'm a math-and-computer guy; that's what I do: look at data and see what the numbers say – 29 [of the 30] were obviously manipulated."
In a detailed report titled "Election Database and Data Process Analysis," Daugherity and his co-investigator – software and database developer and analyst Jeffrey O'Donnell – document findings of ballot data manipulation in the November 2020 Mesa County (Colorado) General Election; and the April 2021 Grand Junction (Colorado) Municipal Election.
Citing evidence that "thousands of ballot records have had their validity placed in serious question," they argue none of the election results in either election "can be considered trustworthy."