June 14, 2021

Report: Data suggests that Dominion and Hart voting machines favored Joe Biden

In what is becoming a mountain of evidence that the 2020 election was hacked and stolen, a new study has been released to lend credence to what Attorney Sidney Powell has been saying for weeks now.

In a study released on December 17, a statistical analyst produced a report based on US census data to predict the 2020 election outcome for Joe Biden and analyzed the results yielded by counties using both the Dominion and Hart voting machines.

According to The Epoch Times, the analyst “used voting data and 2017 census data to set up a baseline scenario to predict the election result. Then, he used the baseline model to compare the results of the November election.”

Upon completion of his study, the analyst concluded that Joe Biden outperformed in counties using the Hart and Dominion BMDs.

Counties using Hart or Dominion BMD (ballot marking devices) showed significant overperformance for Biden compared to all other voting systems. Analysis evidence suggests the use of the Dominion X/ICX BMD (Ballot Marking Device) machine, manufactured by Dominion Voting Systems, and machines from HART InterCivic appear to have abnormally influenced election results.

The analyst went on to say that his findings caused concern that the results of his study indicate a large-scale attempt to influence the 2020 election.

The patterns I’m seeing are across many counties—so my findings concern an organization with large-scale, national impact. That is, what I am seeing is not a local optical scan operator running a box of ballots through the system three times.”

The analyst, who declined to reveal his identity for safety reasons, produced a video explaining his methodology and the results. Watch below:

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