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Even so, a deluge of false claims around Dominion is circling back to Antrim County, Michigan, this week after starting there on election night, when confusion around a clerk’s error drove social media users to falsely blame the election management system used to tabulate the data.What did the Dominion report say about Michigan?
The 23-page report — signed by a former Republican congressional candidate with a history of spreading misinformation about Michigan’s election— claims Dominion “is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.” ADVERTISEMENTAre there any binary images of Dominion software?
The binary images of the Dominion software have been widely downloaded according to the letter, giving an unknown number of people a chance to “study the code and find weaknesses to plan attacks on elections.”Who is the CEO of Dominion Energy Company?
The report released Monday also included a slew of other debunked claims about Dominion, which Dominion CEO John Poulos addressed at length on Tuesday in prepared statements to a Republican-led Michigan Senate committee investigating the election. ″The disinformation campaign being waged against Dominion defies facts or logic,” Poulos said.