Dominion IT Contractor Offers Stunning Testimony About Alleged Voter Fraud In Michigan (VIDEO)

Democrats and the media keep saying there’s no evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election, yet people who were on the ground on election day keep coming forward and saying otherwise.

In Michigan, during a hearing held this week, a contract IT worker for Dominion named Melissa Carone provided stunning testimony about alleged voter fraud by poll workers.

The media has largely ignored this for reasons which should be obvious.

NTD has details:

Melissa Carone, a contractor who worked with Dominion Voting System at Detroit’s TCF Center, testified at a Senate Committee hearing on Tuesday.

She says that she saw fraud all throughout her time there on the 3rd and 4th of November.

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Former TCF Center Worker Melissa Carone said: “What I witnessed at the TCF Center was complete fraud. The whole 27 hours I was there, there were batches of ballots being ran through the tabulating machines numerous times, being counted 8 to 10 times. I watched this with my own eyes; I was there to assist with IT. ”

Carone says the proper way to scan ballots when there’s a paper jam is to reset the count, in other words, discard the count, on the machine and rescan all of them with the jammed paper on top.

But, apparently, that didn’t happen and counters rescanned ballots without resetting the count.

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She went on to say that there were people on the night shift who were completely untrained. One of which was a friend of hers that she’s known for over 20 years.

Watch her testimony below, this will blow your mind:

People reacted to her testimony on Twitter:

This election was tainted.


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