Matt Deperno, the attorney handling the Antrim County, Michigan forensic audit held a news conference today to announce a new and alarming discovery.
The machines can be totally manipulated even after an election because they allow you to backdate all voting information. That means that any person with access codes can go in and change all the votes they want to, backdate the entry and then print a new tabulator slip.
He doesn’t just tell you, he shows you just how easy it is:
That means that after election day you see how many votes you need, add them and voila, another successful Democratic candidate. But Dominion says this is impossible. They had to know this was possible unless they hire their computer programmers from DeVry’s. The best part, for the Democrats at least, is there is no paper trail. All they need is one computer operator and one computer connected to the Dominion Voting equipment.
Matt DePerno: And I’ll tell you something we discovered this weekend. We can now show that after the election is done, someone, anyone really who has access to those tabulators, can reopen the election, run more ballots through the tabulator, print off new tabulator tape with a new balance and backdate that tape to November 3rd.
Now, I have to believe there are Dominion Voting machines like these all over the country. And if there are, it’s voter fraud just waiting to happen. And don’t try to tell me Dominion didn’t know about this because it just about had to be designed that way because it would be easy to program instructions into the software to prevent this behavior.
On Friday evening, Matt DePerno’s law office was broken into.
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According to DePerno, the break-in took place in the late evening. Police were called to investigate the break-in and it was determined that nothing was stolen. The real question is, who broke into DePerno’s office and what were they looking for?
On Monday, DePerno scheduled a press conference in Traverse City, MI at the VFW hall, where he planned to drop a bombshell discovery in the Antrim County voter fraud case.