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Dominion voting systems high error rate
13 of 101 question the 2020 election miniseries. Blacksburg, VA and what about the high Dominion error rate?
I grew up in small college town called Blacksburg, VA. My grandpa Thomas often took my brother and I to a store called “Blacksburg Feed and Seed” My grandpa was a delightful, overweight man, and everyone loved chatting with him. You could say he had the gift to gab. My cousin Scott often visited the store with us.
Grandpa was a simple man who loved big band music. He would often take us kids fishing on the new river and at Big Stony Creek and spent hours of his day sipping sweet tea while listening to music under the shade tree. I miss him very much.
During one of our visits to Blacksburg Feed and Seed, the clerk addressed my grandpa by his first name “Well, Filmore,” he said, “we have some new fishing gear in, did you notice it?” My Grandpa said he hadn’t. “Well, we have a variety pack of fishing lures the boys might like. I think this visit it was my brother, myself, and grandpa. I remember the little package of fishing lures and outside of the package the printed name read “20 assorted fishing lures for $1.50.” Since I wasn’t very chatty at that age, I gave Grandpa my allowance to buy the lures. I suppose I’ve always been analytical and asked grandpa and the clerk what happens if the bag doesn’t have 20 lures? My Grandpa just laughed and said he supposed it was important to count them and the clerk agreed. Soon we all realized it was impossible to count them through the bag because the edges weren’t clear. The clerk suggested to open the bag to count them. It may sound silly to some reading this article, but I was excited to see the new fishing lures and we counted 18 not 20. The clerk was apologetic and yet kind to open another bag and let me pick two more to fill the bag.
The moral of the story is don’t trust a number just because it’s printed on the bag; the total count could be wrong. My point of the story is to never allow adults to corrupt election values of high error whereas our children’s future is corrupted from election fraud.
For the record, the above missing lures represent 2 stolen lures which the manufacturer failed to include as part of the 20-lure package. The error rate in this case is 20%.
Today were going to look at an election error rate of 68% and I’ll get right to the point and include the source below.
Enter Antrim County,Michigan
Before we proceed to the punch line, let’s discover Federal Election rules.
Federal Election demands that election software and systems error rate must not exceed 0.00008 percent
Source: From the 2002 FEC Voting System standards
Now for the Election Fraud punch line
An audit conducted in Antrim County concluded that the Dominion voting system had an error rate of SIXTY EIGHT percent!
Source: Ramsland Jr., Russell. “Antrim Michigan Forensics Report.”
As a young boy I noticed an error for my fishing lures with an error rate of 20%. I certainly don’t fault the Blacksburg Feed and Seed, but it was a timely lesson to count our good faith before leaving a store. If we, as Americans, lived in Antrim County, Michigan, our vote would have been corrupted by 68%, which allows thieves to break through and steal from us.
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