The printing companies who supplied ballots for the 2020 Election may be as guilty as the voting machine companies when considering potential fraudulent acts in the election.
As noted yesterday, the printing companies who print ballots for US elections may be culpable in the 2020 Election fraud as much as the firms they supplied ballots to.
Ballot printers must be certified by voting machine companies in order to print ballots for elections.
Ballot printing is very expensive and specialized electronic voting machines, like Dominion’s, require specially-made ballots. This requires very expensive print machines, some only available as special orders from Germany. The paper ballots, which are tailor-made to fit these exact Dominion voting machine parameters, can only be ordered through specific, approved print shops. You cannot just go to the corner print shop in town and order a batch!
These print shops, few in number in the United States, must be certified by Dominion Voting Systems when used in areas with Dominion voting machines. In at least in one of these rare, specialized print shops, the Fort Orange Press in Albany, New York, the print shop must also have explicit state permission. Fort Orange Press’ website states that permission is granted to it under “New York State Election Law and New York State Board of Elections (Regulation 6210).”
On July 17, 2009 Dominion issued a press release stating that it had approved Fort Orange Press as one of its authorized ballot printers under its “Dominion Approved Supplier Program”:
ALBANY, N.Y. & JAMESTOWN, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dominion Voting today announces that Fort Orange Press, Inc. located in Albany, NY has successfully met the stringent requirements of the Dominion Approved Supplier Program, designed to provide quality printing services to users of Dominion Voting’s election products.
“I am thrilled that Fort Orange Press has chosen to make the significant investment required to become a qualified printer,” said Gio Costantiello, Director of Client Relations & Services from Dominion Voting. The process included an extensive review of quality control practices, print capabilities, chain of custody management and security processes, as well as an election experience evaluation. The program ensures customer ballots are securely printed and delivered with 100% accuracy.
“We are pleased to be partners with Dominion Voting, and believe together we can offer election customers the highest levels of accurate and secure ballot printing services,” said Robert Witko, Vice-President of Fort Orange Press.
We could not locate the current Michigan list of approved ballot printers if one exists. The California list documents that Runbeck Election Services in Tempe, Arizona, utilized in the state of Georgia in 2020 and possibly in the state of Michigan in 2020, is an approved ballot printer for Dominion Voting Systems.
The fact that pre-printed Dominion Voting Systems’ ballots were altered for the Antrim County election is a bombshell! The fact ballots were altered in Georgia is another bombshell. We’ll see if the same occurred in Arizona’s Maricopa County since they are looking for this in their forensic review.
The fact that these alterations appear to only affect Republican ballots, is not only a second bombshell, but also, if proved to be intentional, this would not just be a print error – it would be a crime.
An immediate series of troubling questions arise from Attorney DePerno’s revelation in Antrim County, Michigan:
- Which election officials, by name, in each precinct handed out these particular, fraudulent ballots or were all voters given the same, exact fraudulent ballots?
- Were any election officials aware that they were distributing fraudulent paper ballots? If so, who?
- Who ordered the print jobs for these fraudulent ballots across the country?
- Where were these fraudulent paper ballots used?
- Since these paper ballots are specific to Dominion voting machines, which Dominion-approved printing company (ies) were used to order these fraudulent ballots from?
- Was that printer or those printers actually certified by Dominion?
- Given that Dominion certifies the ballot printing shops which have permission to print its products, and the ballot printing machines are set up to specifically print out Dominion products, who at the print shop actually altered these black boxes before hitting “go”on the print job? Did they not know that this was an alteration from the standard Dominion ballot printing job?
- Is Dominion Voting Systems aware that its paper ballots can be manipulated at printing to produce fraudulent ballots?