At a Georgia Senate hearing, one witness said an analysis of a Dominion voting machine found it flipped 37 votes in a tiny Georgia county from President Trump to Joe Biden.
Steve Bannon’s “War Room” reported an individual who analyzed the machine testifying for the Trump team. According to a user on Twitter, the comments about the Georgia machine start at 52:30.
The Dominions voting systems were used in many states across the nation, including most swing states where Trump had a significant lead when the polls closed. Later, new votes were tallied almost exclusively for Joe Biden, putting the Democrat in the lead.
The Gateway Pundit noted that when the 37 votes are extrapolated to the entire state, they represent more than 14,000 votes in a state Biden won by 12,670.
“This also shows that we now know conclusively in Georgia that the Dominion voting machines were flipping votes. It supports our reporting that votes were switched across the country. We were the first to report a month ago that millions of votes were being removed from the Trump column and/or moved to the Biden column based on an analysis of data from the election,” the Gateway Pundit reported.
The Securities and Exchange Commission filings were investigated, which revealed that the firm that owns Dominion Voting Systems received $400 million from a Swiss bank with close links to the Chinese government less than a month before the election, again reported the Gateway Pundit.
Dominion has customers in 28 US states, including nine of the top 20 counties.
President Trump and his supporters have alleged that the system was used to switch “million” votes from the president to Joe Biden.
Earlier, a video was revealed at the Georgia hearings that showed several poll workers staying behind although they had been told to go home. When these several poll workers were alone, they started pulling out suitcases from beneath a table that contained ballots. They then began counting.
Politico later reported that a county official denied that the Republican team had obtained any machine from the county.
The report read: “Ware County Election Supervisor Carlos Nelson told me this is false: No one has obtained any machine from his office. There was a human-error tabulation issue discovered during the hand recount, the tallies of which were matched by the just-ended machine recount.”