Michigan Attorney Matthew DePerno filed an explosive new report in the ongoing Antrim County 2020 election lawsuit.

According to DePerno, his team of experts was able to prove the voting machines were vulnerable to compromise.

And DePerno’s team says they were able to manipulate software that was able then to flip votes to Joe Biden.

Matthew DePerno filed his latest legal report this week.

Matthew DePerno: ​We have the proof that voting machines used in the 2020 elections can be compromised and votes easily transferred from one candidate to another. We can flip votes at the tabulator/precinct level. We can flip votes at the county level. The American people are losing their voice for the future of our democracy. We must fight together for free and fair elections.

2. Michigan elections happening today. Do you think putting your intent on a ballot matters? Machines convert data and data can be manipulated.

— Matthew S. DePerno, Esq. (@mdeperno) May 4, 2021

3. Imagine if someone wanted to move Michigan from red to pink and then run the media narrative that people just don’t like Trump. I can show you how to switch 160,000 votes at the precinct level. pic.twitter.com/ny9ABf0Ufr

— Matthew S. DePerno, Esq. (@mdeperno) May 4, 2021

Matthew DePerno says he will be able to show the tabulator tapes at the precinct lever were different than the paper ballots.

3. Imagine if someone wanted to move Michigan from red to pink and then run the media narrative that people just don’t like Trump. I can show you how to switch 160,000 votes at the precinct level. pic.twitter.com/ny9ABf0Ufr

— Matthew S. DePerno, Esq. (@mdeperno) May 4, 2021

Jack Posobiec ran this shocking report on the alleged voter fraud.
This is a BIG story! — And, of course, the fake news media will ignore it.

The post Antrim County Plaintiffs Introduce New Evidence in 2020 Election Case — Experts Were Able to Compromise Data on Data and Flip Votes appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.


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