Michigan Attorney: “Computer Program, Not Human Error Flipped Vote”

“Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said it happened by human error. We discovered that’s not true, that’s a lie. It didn’t happen by human error. It happened by a computer program called Dominion Voting Systems,” Michigan Attorney Matthew DePerno said in an interview on Newsmax.

DePerno is representing plaintiff William Bailey in a lawsuit against Antrim County. Bailey noted that the county initially reported former Vice President Joe Biden winning the county by more than two thousand votes over President Donald Trump, but later changed the results to show Trump received nearly four thousand more votes than his opponent.

Election officials claimed what happened was due to a human error, after initially suggesting it was in part because of a software issue.

DePerno said that through the lawsuit, his team was able to get access to the Dominion Voting Systems program. Earlier this month they retrieved sixteen thumb drives and sixteen data cards, as well as the forensic image of the actual tabulation machine in the Antrim County clerk office.

“My team has been running analysis through that forensic image since Sunday,” he said.

Last week a judge ordered Antrim County to preserve and protect all records regarding vote tabulation, to not turn on the Dominion tabulator, and to not connect the tabulator to the internet. He also ruled that the plaintiff could take forensic images from the tabulator and investigate the image, thumb drives, and software.

DePerno on Friday filed an emergency motion with the Antrim County Circuit Court, asking them to lift a protective order so that his team can release the results of the forensic examination to the public.

In comments to local press DePerno, who has said he is not working for but is “happy to cooperate” with the Trump legal team, claimed that his court filings will prove that the Dominion software tabulators are compromised.

Representatives of Dominion, whose equipment is used in most Michigan counties and in states around the nation, have agreed to testify before the Michigan Legislature Tuesday or Wednesday.