Sen. Feinstein’s Husband Owns 60% Of Software Co Used To Steal Trump Votes In Swing States

A so-called computer ‘glitch’ in one of Michigan’s counties that caused 6,000 votes for Trump to be counted for Biden, which, when fixed, switched the county from a Biden win to a Trump win, is now looking even more corrupt.  The Dominion software responsible for this incredible error was not only used exclusively in other swing states, but has a curious investor who holds a majority ownership in the company. California Democrat Senator Diane Feinstein’s husband happens to own 60% of Avid Technologies, Inc, the business that owns the software. According to public records of ownership, Feinstein’s husband, Richard C. Blum, is the chairman and president of Blum Capital, the company that owns the ‘Dominion’ software that’s allegedly “glitching” votes in favor of Joe Biden.

















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