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Seven swing states saw Republican Electoral College voters cast ballots for President Donald J. Trump last week.

Those seven states account for 84 Electoral College votes. That margin is more than enough to sway the election.

Nevada and Pennsylvania are working to get the alternate votes officially received and counted.

The U.S. House and Senate can also contest the results.

State legislators in Michigan and Pennsylvania have attempted to have representatives of Dominion Voting Systems testify under oath.

Dominion will not do it.

Eric Coomer, a member of Dominion’s executive-level staff, was caught saying “Trump’s not gonna win. I made (f-word) sure of that!”

Michigan’s Secretary of State also refused to answer questions or testify before the state legislature.

In Michigan, there is proof of fraud that impacted nearly 70 percent of the votes cast on the machines that had forensic data analyzed. The audit concluded the vote shift in Antrim County was not human error.

It will be fascinating to see what happens over the course of the next two weeks leading up to Jan. 6 when Congress is tasked with certifying the electoral votes.

Author: Jacob Hall