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Glitchy software changes vote count?

There is a story about alleged glitchy software, that turned a dominant Republican county in Michigan into a Democrat one. In 2016, Trump had 62% support in Antrim County defeating Hillary Clinton by 4,000 votes and in 2020 Trump was initially reported losing to Biden by 3,000 votes.

The votes are now being tabulated manually.

CBN reports:

Officials in Michigan are taking a closer look at skewed election results in Republican-heavy Antrim County located in the northern part of the state that could add roughly 5,000 votes to the totals for President Donald Trump and Republican Senate candidate John James. And that’s just the beginning of a problem that could involve dozens of other counties.

The Detroit Free Press reports Antrim County Clerk Sheryl Guy, a Republican who ran unopposed and won a third four-year term Tuesday in the strongly GOP county, said results on electronic tapes and a computer card were accurate but then it appeared the results were somehow scrambled after the cards were transported in sealed bags from township precincts to county offices and downloaded onto a computer. […]

So how did this happen? Guy said she’s working with the company that keeps the election equipment to find out. It could have also happened due to an unspecified “human error.”

READ: A Mess in Michigan: Computer Glitch in Program Used in 32 Counties, Plus 138,000 Sudden Votes for Biden

Some Tweets about what is happening in Antrim County:

RELATED: Michigan GOP Says 6,000 Votes In One County Switched by Software Glitch From Trump to Biden; 47 More Counties Used Same Software

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