Dominion Lays Blame For Voting Machine Mislabeling GOP Ballots In PA County On ‘Human Error’

( Exclusive) – Dominion Voting Machines is now apparently blaming “human error” for their voting machines mislabeling Luzerne County Republican ballots in last week’s primary. In other words, these folks just ripped the “Pass The Buck” page out of the Democratic Party playbook.

According to a report from Gateway Pundit, Republican ballots were mislabeled as being Democrat ones on the electronic screen located at polling stations in the county. But, of course, Dominion is once again attempting to avoid taking personal responsibility for their machines and is blaming it on other people.

“Dominion deeply regrets the confusion this error caused,” Nicole Nollette, who currently serves as the executive vice president of operations at Dominion, stated.

County Administrative Services Division Head David Parsnik later went on to acknowledge that the county does not test the on-screen ballots once they are approved. The county leaves that up to Dominion to ensure they are properly programmed before the machines are delivered.

This explanation came in the middle of a more than two-hour special meeting that was called by the county’s volunteer citizen Election Board for the sole purpose of addressing this ballot error.

“The incorrect ballot heading impacted all Republican ballots countywide. The mistake prompted many Republicans to question the accuracy of the ballot and voting process. Some Democrats also reported they incorrectly received Republican ballots on their screens because that ballot also had a Democratic heading,” The Times Leader reported.

“Election Board Chairwoman Denise Williams asked Dominion and the county administration what they will do differently to prevent this from happening again,” the report continued.

Nollette then stated that the company will work to improve its data entry proof and work with the county.

Because of this nonsense, GOP leaders in Luzerne County are asking for a forensic audit to be carried out by a third-party.

John Hastings, a representative for the Dominion company, said the company will not charge the county for programming in the primary nor in the upcoming November general election.

“Nollette would not commit to financially assisting with an audit but said the county has a paper ballot trail to confirm every vote. With some citizens bringing up general complaints about Dominion, she said the company has been the target of a “disinformation campaign” since the November 2020 presidential general election,” The Times Leader’s report said.

There’s something fishy going on with all of these errors. Either these machines are totally faulty and this company should never be trusted again, or they are programming these things to do this switcheroo stuff on purpose and they are then committing fraud.

Guess we’ll have to wait to find out which one is true.

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