A technical audit on Dominion Voting Systems machines used in Antrim County, Michigan, ordered by Judge Kevin Elsenheimer, yielded a 68 percent error rate, suggesting that the machines were “intentionally designed” to allow fraud.

As expected, Democratic state officials and Dominion representatives questioned the report without offering any solid argument to the contrary.

Judge Kevin Elsenheimer ordered the audit of Dominion’s machines last week, heeding the request of citizen William Bailey. The latter issued a lawsuit challenging the November presidential election results in Antrim based on the 6,000 votes that were incorrectly changed from President Donald Trump to Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the early vote tabulation.

The audit was conducted by Allied Security Operations Group, a cyber services company co-founded by Russell Ramsland. He has been cited as expert testimony in several statewide lawsuits filed by President Trump’s legal team.

The audit was reportedly conducted in the presence of several county officials.

The report itself, signed by Russell Ramsland, concludes that “the Dominion voting system is intentionally and deliberately designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.

The permissible error rate for this type of machine, established by Federal Election Commission regulations, is 1 in 250,000 ballots (0.0008%). However, the report indicated an error rate of 68.05 percent. This demonstrates a significant and fatal error in electoral security and integrity.

During an interview, Bailey’s attorney, Matthew DePerno, said, “The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors,” adding, “The electronic ballots are then transferred for adjudication. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail. This leads to voter or election fraud.”

“When you create an error, this machine does not reject the ballot. What it does instead is send it to a folder, and that folder will then accumulate the ballots until the time that someone decides that they need those ballots. And then those ballots will be bulk adjudicated by someone. Could be offsite, could be onsite somewhere sitting at a computer. And, without any oversight, they can click one button, loop the entire batch of ballots to one candidate and then send them back to the tabulator.”

Without any foundation, Michigan Democratic officials rejected the report in a press release, simply stating that the Michigan election “was the safest in history. Clearly, the facts prove otherwise.

Democrat Joe Biden was declared the winner of the Michigan presidential election over President Trump by 146,123 votes.

If we consider the Dominion machines’ error rate in favor of Biden, Trump had a landslide victory.