According to a report by Nick Moseder, he claims that researcher Dan Sundin has found that “31 of 47 precincts in Otero County were completely missing ALL of their Election Day results” from 2020. More concerning is that Dominion voting machines were configured with the wrong software, creating a “software mismatch.”
“[T]he machine was running on version 5.2.17, but was WRONGLY configured for version 5.2.4,” wrote Moseder.
Unlike in other states, namely Tennessee where a similar issue occurred in 2021 municipal election, “the damage caused by this ‘erroneous code’ is largely unknown. However, what we DO know is that the system reported a software mismatch.” However, “the election continued. Thus, proving that Tennessee was not an isolated incident.”
According to the report, the findings from the Tennessee issue were as follows:
Now according to the test laboratories and the EAC [U.S. Elections Assistance Commission], this “anomaly” was related to “the imported D-Suite 5.5 election definition used on the D-Suite 5.5-B system.” In other words, a ton of ballots were marked as provisional, and mass adjudicated because the machines had an outdated software configuration, which caused them to misread the ballots.
They chalked this up to a simple mistake, but if this was merely an accident, why wasn’t this caught during the Logic and Accuracy testing PRIOR to the election? Isn’t that what these so called “testing laboratories” are supposed to do? Aren’t Pro V&V and SLI Compliance hired SPECIFICALLY to make sure that the machines are running the proper software before an election?!?! And they just so happened to miss something of this significance?
In my opinion, this proves that either: A) Logic and Accuracy testing is a JOKE. B) This was done intentionally to allow for manipulation C) All of the above
Sundin looked on the EAC website to confirm which version of the software had been approved. Mosedor writes, “NEITHER version appears ANYWHERE on their website under New Mexico.”
“So, what does this mean?! Put simply, these machines were configured to an un-certified software version, ran on a DIFFERENT un-certified software version, and despite the fact that the machines gave an error during the election, the election continued anyway,” concluded Mosedor.