DOMINION Machines are NOT JUST counting machines, but ALSO printers that can MARK ballots AFTER you submitted your vote…
Posted by Centipede Nation Staff on November 19, 2020 2:33 am
According to Princeton Computer Science Professor, Andrew Appel, the Dominion voting machine has the physical ability to mark votes on to the ballot after the last time the voter sees the ballot – and that’s a disaster.
Dominion isn’t shy about that either. Their website specifically says that they are the “market’s only all-in-one precinct-based optical scan tabulator featuring a fully integrated ballot-marking device”. This means their machine is a scanner and a printer in one.
WATCH (Mirror – Bitchute):
Eric Coomer, former VP (former?) at Dominion, has quite a few patents related to voting machines, and one of them is being able to mark ballots. See: https://patents.justia.com/inventor/eric-coomer
Also, maybe this is why Dominion is afraid of an audit:
Dominion’s brochure (page 2) states that they have the ability to fill in ballots in a human-like manner: “…the system uses a library of human-hand marks and writing”.
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