Now, if I were the suspicious kind I would claim this is voter fraud. But the machines in Windham County, New Hampshire that are being audited show that it consistently undercounts the votes but only for Republicans.
Democratic votes are spot on. But more importantly. No two tabulating machines come up with the same count. This tells me that even if there was no cheating going on the voting machines currently in use need to be retired.
Dr. David Strang M.D. is the Belknap County Republican Committee State Committee Member, and on Sunday he examined the voting machines.
He could not believe what he was seeing as he examined the counts from the various tabulators. The only counts that have been reliable are the hand counts done shortly after the election.
The audit results of each machine are significantly different from the results produced on 11/3/20. The audit results are closer to the results of the hand recount that was overseen by the Secretary of State’s office that took place on 11/12/20, but they are also significantly off.
Another disturbing observation is the variation of between 2 – 44 votes when the results of each candidate are compared across each machine after the audit. There’s a miniscule difference of 2 votes for Ioana Singureanu between all four machines, and a massive number of 44 votes for Bob Lynn between AccuVote #2 and AccuVote #4. A potential error of 44 votes is unacceptable in any election – because it could cause the wrong person to be declared the winner and subsequently sworn into office.
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As Dr. Strang points out voters should not have to put their votes in the “right” machine. Any machine they vote on should give the same count regardless.
Now, remember these same machines are used extensively in New Hampshire and the auditors have decided to also audit the Senatorial vote to see if it too is corrupted. And if it is corrupted, is it just the Republican who was shorted?
The fact is the only count that seems to be accurate is the hand count, which means either the machines should be retired and new machines purchased or they must do hand counts in order to guaranty accuracy.