SeattleGriz wrote: ↑Mon Feb 22, 2021 10:35 am
In regards to getting anyone to do an actual forensic audit, sure. Said that all along, because it is obvious that there is no process to contest the election. Very much like how Gregoire beat Rossi years ago. Washington admitted they didn't have a process to resolve such a closely contested election.
In regards to voting machines magically glitching and swapping votes, no.
I don't think you understand technology.
There are a litany of computer glitches and bugs that occur and it has nothing to do with a human doing something evil. A coding or design mistake, sure but not b/c they want to swing the election. By your logic, the 737 Max "glitch" occurred b/c Boeing engineers wanted to kill people. It was a design mistake. Sometimes a glitch occurs b/c a software update was either needed or updated incorrectly ( missing a patch or part of the code.)
Besides, think critically - how long will a voting machine business stay in business if their product so blatantly cheats? People do stupid things and illegal things for sure, but i'm willing to bet that any audit of the voting machines would fine a "glitch" to not be the end result of a human trying to fix the election.
TLDR: Human error is plausible but hardly the only reason for a glitch.