Report: Millions of votes lost through Dominion system glitches

Report: Millions of votes lost through Dominion system
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Dozens of people protesting in Pennsylvania due to voter fraud against President Donald Trump gather on the steps of the State Capital on November 05, 2020 in Harrisburg, Pa. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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UPDATED 12:35 PM PT – Thursday, November 12, 2020

President Trump is doubling down on his condemnation of ‘Dominion Voting Systems,‘ the electronic voting company accused of enabling voter fraud.

In a tweet Thursday, the President quoted a report by One America News that revealed how ‘Dominion’ deleted 2.7  million votes for him nationwide.

The President also took to Twitter Wednesday to mention “Dominion attempted to alter our election and got caught.”

‘Dominion Voting Systems’ is the second-largest voting equipment vendor in the U.S. and provided its computer equipment in key battleground states. However, these systems appear to be unreliable.

According to an un-audited analysis of data obtained from ‘Edison Research,’ states using ‘Dominion Voting Systems’ may have switched as many as 435,000 votes from President Trump to Joe Biden.

The author also found another 2.7 million Trump votes appear to have been deleted by Dominion, including almost one million Trump votes in Pennsylvania alone.

Analysts said the theft and destruction of votes are attributed to so-called “glitches” in the ‘Dominion’ software and the extent to which this affected results can be verified by hand recounts of votes in each state.

RELATED: Evidence Of Alleged Voter Fraud Appears In Mich., Pa.

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