LANSING — In a dramatic last minute twist that does not bode well for Joe Biden, a Michigan judge has ordered the release of a report on Antrim County voting equipment after state and county officials withdrew objections.
The equipment had ‘flipped’ 5500 votes from President Donald Trump to Democrat candidate Joe Biden.
Judge Kevin Elsenheimer of the 13th Circuit Court had ordered “forensic imaging of the Dominion Voting Systems voting tabulators and related software after Antrim County resident William Bailey filed a lawsuit that challenged the integrity of the election equipment,” citing “errors in how the county initially reported its unofficial results.”
On Dec. 6, a team from Allied Security Operations Group, a Dallas-area firm that has worked with lawyers for Trump and his allies on cases challenging election results in battleground states, inspected the voting equipment at county offices. Based on concerns related to election security and proprietary information, Elsenheimer had placed a protective order over the findings, “restricting use, distribution or manipulation of the forensic images and/or other information gleaned,” without first getting his approval.
Elsenheimer said that report, signed by Russell Ramsland of ASOG, can now be released, once some references to software coding are redacted.