Cybersecurity analyst behind Antrim County audit expects disclosure that will ‘drastically change the playing field’

Was There Ever Any Doubt??? A Lot Of Crow To Be Served For Christmas Dinner.

Washington Examiner by Daniel Chaitin

The cybersecurity analyst who wrote the “forensic audit” of Dominion Voting Systems equipment in Antrim County, Michigan, predicted significant information will emerge in the coming days that could disrupt the results of the 2020 election.

Russell Ramsland Jr., the co-founder of the Allied Security Operations Group who wrote the report released this week that was heavily criticized by Dominion and Michigan election officials, told Newsmax on Friday that President Trump’s efforts to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s victory won’t find success in court, at least not with the current state of affairs.

“I think that there is going to be some information coming forth in the next few days that is going to drastically change the playing field,” he told host Greg Kelly, a staunch supporter of Trump’s election challenges. Ramsland also said there is “tons of evidence” of election irregularities but claimed the courts have chosen to ignore it across the country.

Ramsland, a former congressional candidate from Texas, made headlines in recent weeks because of an affidavit championed by the Trump legal team claiming widespread voter fraud in Michigan that was found to have cited precincts in Minnesota.

The report produced by the Allied Security Operations Group said the Dominion equipment examination in Antrim County, located in northern Michigan, revealed an error rate of 68.05%, which the report said is far above the “allowable election error rate established by the Federal Election Commission guidelines” at 0.0008%, and “demonstrated a significant and fatal error in security and election integrity.”

A day after a judge allowed the release of the report, John Poulos, the CEO of Dominion, voluntarily testified under oath before the Michigan Senate’s Oversight Committee in response to allegations of election fraud. He condemned Ramsland’s characterization of his company’s machines, saying the ASOG is a “biased, non-independent organization” and the report was “categorically false and technically incomprehensible.” This echoed assertions made by top state officials who defended the integrity of the election.

Ramsland claimed “log evidence” in the report, hidden under redactions required by the judge, is what would show suspicious activity by a Dominion algorithm, “massive” error messages, and down-ballot contests being flipped, including with the local marijuana proposal on which the legal challenge in Antrim County is based. “What are these people so afraid of?” he asked.

An audit conducted on Thursday affirmed Trump’s victory in Antrim County, with the president getting a net gain of 12 votes out of 15,962 votes cast. Trump’s minimal gains had no bearing on the state of the race as Biden won Michigan and its 16 Electoral College votes by roughly 150,000 ballots, but Trump and his allies have pointed to examinations of Dominion machinery as a potential wild card. This includes in Maricopa County, Arizona, where the board of supervisors voted on Friday to resist subpoenas from a top state senator seeking audits of the county’s machines.

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