Recently, Torrance County performed an audit of its 2022 Primary Election result, which was reported by The Gateway Pundit to have shown differences between hand-counted ballots and those run through machines.
The audit, which was done by the New Mexico Audit Force led by David Clements, was reported by CD Media to have shown “a stunning 25% difference between machine and hand count results.”
On Clements’ Telegram page, he wrote, “All 24 of the Dominion tabulator SD cards from the 2022 Primary have been entered into evidence with the Sheriff’s office.”
In another post, he noted regarding the audit, “Torrance County 83 voters were no longer on the rolls one month after the primary. They may never have been there in the first place. Only 1,600 votes in this county – i.e. they’re missing 5% of their voters. 44 addresses could not be found by the County’s assessor’s office. Oops.”
He noted how it appeared Democrat primary votes were “pretty close,” but issues ran into those of Republican candidates.
“Democrat votes were pretty close. Republican votes were way off. All of the ballots were processed on the same tabulators. These party-specific errors happened on all the tabulators across the county regardless of whether the voter voted absentee, early or on election day. I’d call that machine manipulation, wouldn’t you?”
The story appeared to strike a nerve, with even President Donald J. Trump posting about it via his Truth Social account. He wrote, “New Mexico was out of control in 2020!”
As Election Day rolls around, Republicans are expected to make sweeping gains across the country and in New Mexico, with the governorship and many other races looking good for the GOP. Election Day is November 8th, and early voting has already begun, ending on November 5th.