Do you know who wasn’t in Antrim MI this week defending the Dominion machines? DOMINION VOTING SYSTEMS!
All voting systems used in federal elections are required to adhere to federal law and comply under 52 USC 21081 Section (5) with an error rate established under section 3.2.1 of the Voting Systems Standards issued by the Federal Election Commission which were in effect on October 29, 2002. The error rate is the “maximum number of errors allowed while processing a specified volume of data.
This rate is set at a sufficiently stringent level such that the likelihood of voting system errors affecting the outcome of an election is exceptionally remote even in the closest of elections.”
That standard gives a formula for correctly measuring the error rate. It indicates the maximum allowable rate of error is 1 in 500,000 ballot positions.
A ballot position is every available selection on the ballot that can be selected. If a selected ballot position is not counted by the voting machine it constitutes an undervote and equals one ballot position error. If a non-selected ballot position is counted by the voting machine it constitutes an overvote and equals one ballot position error.
Therefore, a vote flip between two candidate positions would constitute both an overvote and an undervote equaling two ballot position errors. It takes only one vote flip in 500,000 ballot positions to invalidate the certification of a voting system by these standards.
A review of the Antrim Michigan Forensics Report – Revised Preliminary Summary, v2 dated 12/13/2020 and produced by Allied Security Operations Group (ASOG) indicates an error rate finding that would invalidate the certification of the voting system (Dominion Voting Systems Suite 5.5).
On page 3, Item 10 it presents that “in Central Lake Township there were 1,222 ballots reversed out of 1,491 total ballots cast”.
This vote flip constitutes a total of 2,444 ballot position errors if you are only counting the Presidential race. A sample of the ballot for Central Lake Township 2020 General election indicates a total of 94 total ballot positions available to select from. Multiplied by the total number of ballots cast it equals a total of 140,154 ballot positions for the total vote count in that precinct.
This calculated error rate for the system by the FEC VSS section 3.2.1 formula is 1.74% when the maximum allowable error rate is only .0002%. That is a rate of error that exceeds 8,718 X the acceptable rate of error.
2,444 (total ballot position errors)/140,154(total ballot positions cast) = .0174379610999329(error rate) .0174379610999329(error rate)/.000002(maximum allowable error rate) =8 718.98…(X allowable rate)
The allowable error rate for the Dominion Voting System Suite 5.5 as certified in the State of Michigan has been exceeded at such a high rate with multiple reports of similar errors in both Oakland County (Heart Civic Voting System) and Wayne County (Dominion Voting System) Michigan that it clearly indicates a systemic problem with either the certification process or the Baseline, Promotion, and Demotion Procedures identified in the FEC VSS Vol.1 Sections 8.4.
This failure to comply invalidates all confidence in the integrity of the vote count under the Help America Vote Act (HAVA).