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Ga. Rep.: Vote Machines Flipped Trump Votes to Biden; Election Supervisor Pleads ‘Human Error’

'We need to know! EXAMINE ALL THE MACHINES!...'

Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., said on Friday that a forensic audit found that Dominion Voting Systems switched votes in Ware County, Georgia from President Donald Trump to Democrat Joe Biden.

“This is one machine in one county in one state,” Hice tweeted. “Did this happen elsewhere? We need to know! EXAMINE ALL THE MACHINES!”

Dominion’s manipulation of the vote through a software called Democracy Suite 5.5 would have altered the election’s result if it operated in the same way throughout the state, Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results in Georgia reported in a press release.

Ware County Elections Supervisor Carlson Nelson confirmed in an email that a hand recount showed Biden’s vote total fall by 37 and Trump’s increase by 37.

“The 37 swapped votes of the 74 total impacted represents .26% of the 14,192 county votes cast, exactly the same as Biden’s total statewide margin of .26%,” VoterGA reported.

But Nelson said he denies the allegation that a voting machine caused the swap, according to Marc Caputo, a Politico reporter.

A subsequent hand recount found that “Biden’s vote count dropped by 42 in Ware (4,211 to 4,169); Trump rose by 37 (9,865 to 9,903),” Nelson said.

He said elections workers scanned the ballots in the Dominion Voting System after the hand recount and the tallies matched.

VoterGA Co-Founder Garland Favorito did not attribute the discrepancy to human error.

“We did find that they had flipped votes – we didn’t have to obtain the machine to figure that out. The hand count showed that they had flipped votes somewhere in that county,” he said.

Some reports have claimed that the Trump campaign or another entity seized Ware County’s voting machines to perform a forensic audit, but Nelson said voting machines remain in the county’s possession, so a forensic audit could not have been conducted.

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