So, what’s the Williamson error? It’s a case where electronic voting machines FAIL to count all the votes. What’s interesting is the Dominion system apparently did not give any audible sounds or alarms other than in a log file. In Gwinnett County, Georgia the Williamson error was repeated 84 times. Winning elections by whatever means necessary is the only thing that really counts.
“The EAC, Dominion, Pro V&V and SLI Compliance reported the cause was “inconclusive”. About a month later, Dominion informed the Government that the cause was an error in the scanner’s software. The Government asked Dominion to fix the error and the patch was made.”
Of course, no one asked to inspect the software or check the machine’s algorithms. We’ll just take Dominion’s word for it just like you would the salesman of the used car you are buying. Does anybody still believe that electronic voting machine elections are secure and fair?
You can bet the failure to count all the votes is a common trait among these machines. The 2020 election evidence isn’t getting out to the public because judges are dismissing cases for lack of standing. However, the public can inspect extensive evidence at Frankspeech.com.
But in this case machine manufacturer Dominion is being sued for ‘breach of contract’ i.e. failing to do what the purchase contract stipulates, so it will be interesting to see how they slither out of this one..