[Ed. – This is big news, and there will be a lot more to come out about it. The system “glitch” appears to relate to processing algorithms in voting systems provided by Dominion Voting Systems (about which there are a lot of myths rampant out there, so don’t believe everything you hear. Nancy Pelosi, for example, does NOT own or have a financial interest in the company). A similar glitch affected systems from another vendor, Hart Intercivic The “glitch” is thought to be linked to a problem identified years ago and written about at some length in 2016; e.g., one of our old articles here. There could be thousands more votes switched or otherwise auto-manipulated by the same “glitch” in Michigan – and possibly in the other states that use Dominion Voting Systems products, which number more than a dozen.]
Earlier Friday news broke that a software glitch in the vote-counting software used by 48 Michigan counties allegedly produced a very significant glitch in at least one of them.
In Antrim County, the software glitch switched 6,000 votes from Republicans, including President Trump, to Democrats. The county clerk, a Democrat, caught the issue and it has been corrected in that county. Antrim County uses Dominion Voting Systems, according to WLNS.
In Oakland County, another glitch temporarily toppled an incumbent Republican. County Commissioner Adam Kochenderfer narrowly lost in the initial count, only to have a glitch discovered Thursday that had switched over 1,200 Republican votes to Democrat.
All told, 59 of Michigan’s 83 counties may be affected by these two glitches.