Antrim County in Michigan, Where First System ‘Glitch’ In 2020 Election Was Identified, Decides Not to Use Dominion Voting Machines in Upcoming May Election | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Antrim County in Michigan, Where First System ‘Glitch’ In 2020 Election Was Identified, Decides Not to Use Dominion Voting Machines in Upcoming May Election

The first system ‘glitch’ identified in the 2020 election was in Antrim County. The locals decided they had enough of the Dominion voting machines and will count paper ballots in their upcoming May election.

Antrim county was the first county to identify irregularities in its 2020 Presidential election results. Only three days after the 2020 election, the county had identified thousands of votes which were incorrectly given to Joe Biden, which stole the county for the Democrat. After these results were identified, the county was properly reported for President Trump:

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