Fulton County Suing Dominion Voting Systems Over Unsecured 2020 Election Machines — Patrick Bryne is reporting on Rumble that Fulton County, Pa is suing controversial Dominion Voting Systems which supplies its voting machines.
The suit was filed this morning, Sept. 21, says Bryne.
The county claims that severe anonomolies occurred during the 2020 election in the machines Dominion sold them in 2019. Fulton County says that it was impossible to reconcile voter data with votes cast and counted.
The county says that Dominion failed to meet the conditions of its contract to provide reliable machines hence the county is seeking damages.
Bryne says the Wake investigation was followed — despite much push back from Dominion and Attorney General Josh Shapiro — by a much more detailed one which external USB drives had been inserted into the machines on several occasions, and that an unauthorized script had been added to the software after it had been certified.
This investigation was revealed Sept. 15, says Byrne.
Also an external IP address associated with Canada was found on the adjudication workstation, which means that at least one of the devices had been connected to the internet, he says.
Byrne’s video is linked to below: