UPDATE: Facebook 3rd Party Fact-Checkers Says “NO Evidence Corrupted Software Was Used In Michigan; 6,000 Votes NOT ‘Stolen’ From Trump”


The Michigan Department of State released a statement on its website that same day and a second one on November 7, 2020 following the Bureau of Elections’ preliminary review of the issue, explaining that there was no equipment or software malfunction in Antrim County and all ballots have been correctly tabulated. The “erroneous reporting of unofficial results” did not impact vote totals and took place after a county clerk made the unintentional mistake of not updating the software that’s needed to collect voting data and thus report unofficial results, the statements explained.


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