Many researchers and GOP officials are questioning the reliability of voting machines used by state and local officials in the 2020 presidential election, and concerns have mounted as information surfaces that some of the machines glitched in favor of Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
Although no states have called the election, the main stream media, to include Fox News, has named Biden the presumptive winner of the U.S. Presidential elections. The move to do so has caused significant concerns among the 70 plus million Americans that voted for President Donald Trump in the election.
The use of the machines operated by Dominion Voting Systems, as well as Election Systems, register “votes in bar codes that the human eye cannot decipher,” according to a story written by the Associated Press in February. The rush to use these machines, as well was, mail-in-ballots (universal ballots) was based on the COVID-19 scare and the rush is criticized by many as it did not afford the states or local officials the time to test and ensure the sanctity of the voting process, analysts and GOP officials contend.