On Monday night in Alamogordo, Otero County, New Mexico, the people who audited the 2020 election presented the results of their audit so far. They revealed some very shocking issues with the Dominion Voting machines. The auditors also found material issues with the voter rolls in the county. The Pinion Post is reporting that all of the ballot images disappeared from the machines after Dominion worked on them in June of 2021. Those images must be saved for over a year.
New Mexico Audit Force canvassed 20% of the voter rolls in Otero county!
41% of the doors canvassed had issues
30% didn’t live at that address, and 40% of those VOTED in the election!
4% of the doors they knocked on were ghost votes!
2% votes were cancelled!
— Nick Moseder #2000 MULES (@nick_moseder) May 10, 2022
Otero County Commission meeting on audit findings:
All the 2020 ballot images were deleted in the county. This came after Dominion officials worked on the machines in June 2021. pic.twitter.com/4gvY9Tjqph
— Piñon Post🦎 (@PinonPost) May 10, 2022
These Dominion errors come after the county auditors reported last week that the Dominion machines had an erroneous code that caused ballots to go to adjudication, where they can easily be changed from one candidate to another. This appeared to be common throughout the swing states.
The Pinion Post reports:
Erin Clements was joined by her husband, David Clements, and expert witness Jeffrey Landberg, who was involved in finding apparent fraudulent activity in Antrim County, Michigan, during the 2020 election. Landberg has been helping with the data side of the audit after Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai of EchoMail, Inc. was intimidated out of participating in the audit by “threats from up high” from Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives.
David Clements opened up his testimony on the apparent fraud by saying, “We’re told that the Lord abhors inaccurate weights and measures. What we’re finding is inaccuracy after inaccuracy after inaccuracy.” He added, “You have a potential crime scene in Otero County.”
Clements said, “It appears you’re being held at gunpoint.” He said the County is a casualty of “lawfare” from “Congress and a bunch of operatives.”
Landberg echoed David Clements’ sentiments, saying, “If you even question election integrity, you get canceled.”
There were project files missing for the 2020 election in Otero County, according to Landberg. The voting machine company, Dominion Voting Systems, came out to “service” the units in June 2021, according to Otero County Clerk Robyn Holmes. Landberg concluded that Dominion “definitely had the possibility of erasing stuff.”
Landberg also noted how models of Dominion machines in Otero County had the capabilities of remote access from outside sources. He said manufacturers, such as Dominion “have led people to believe they don’t have that capability.” But they do have this capability, according to evidence provided by the Clements.
Landberg also noted that the Otero County audit found a feature within Dominion machines that would allow ballots to be filled out by the machine itself.