The suit alleges issues with the software used by Dominion machines as well as the machines themselves.
It claims someone could input malicious code with just “7 minutes alone” with a machine and a screwdriver. It also claims people could overwrite activity logs—change settings to exclude certain ballots—and connect voting machines to the internet via laptops.
There are also several allegations relating to mail-in ballot fraud and recount irregularities.
The suit also says that authorities lied by claiming that vote counting was paused in Fulton County due to a water leak. But “The only water leak that needed repairs at State Farm Arena … was a toilet overflow that occurred earlier on November 3. It had nothing to do with a room with ballot counting.”
From NTD News