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Sidney Powell: Every Voting Machine Needs to Be Seized, Forensically Analyzed

Every single voting machine used in this year’s election should be impounded and reviewed for forensic analysis, according to attorney Sidney Powell, who believes there’s more than enough criminal probable cause to justify such a move.

Powell, who has filed a number of election-related lawsuits in multiple states, said President Donald Trump could use his 2018 executive order on foreign interference that would give him certain authority.
“That gives him all kinds of power—to do everything from seizing assets, to freeze things, demand the impoundment of the machines,” she told The Epoch Times’ “American Thought Leaders” program. “Under the emergency powers, he could even appoint a special prosecutor to look into this, which is exactly what needs to happen.”

“Every voting machine in the country should be impounded right now,” Powell said. She has also filed emergency requests to the Supreme Court in a bid to decertify the 2020 election results in order to prevent electors from casting their votes in four states.
According to the 2018 executive order, the director of national intelligence would be tasked with conducting “an assessment of any information indicating that a foreign government, or any person acting as an agent of or on behalf of a foreign government, has acted with the intent or purpose of interfering in that election,” no later than 45 days after the election.

Sanctions against those identified as foreign actors interfering in the election can also be recommended, according to the order.

Perhaps the most troubling machine fraud found so far is that conducted through Dominion Voting Systems, Powell asserted. On Dec. 14, a forensic audit of Dominion machines and software in Michigan showed the machines were designed to create fraud and influence election results, a data firm stated in a preliminary report.


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“We conclude that the Dominion Voting System is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results,” Russell Ramsland Jr., co-founder of Allied Security Operations Group, said in the report.

“The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The electronic ballots are then transferred for adjudication,” he added. “The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail.”
Allied Security Operations and Ramsland, a former NASA official and official in the Reagan administration, said that they found that ballot-adjudication logs and the security logs for the Nov. 3 general election in Antrim County’s Dominion Voting Systems machines had been removed. They said the logs of prior elections before Nov. 3 were still there.

A Michigan judge on Dec. 14 allowed the parties to release the results of the the forensic imaging examination of Dominion, with redactions of code. The 23-page report was published soon after by Allied Security Operations Group.
In a Dec. 15 statement, Dominion refuted the report’s findings, saying there were “no software ‘glitches’ that ‘switched’ votes in Antrim County or anywhere else.” Dominion said the errors they identified in Antrim County “were isolated human errors not involving Dominion.”

On machine fraud, Powell said the alleged illegal activity included “everything from injecting massive quantities of votes into the system that they just made up, to running counterfeit ballots through multiple times in multiple batches to create the appearance of votes that weren’t really there.”

 

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