Despite mountains of evidence, the left keeps demanding that there is no evidence to suggest voter fraud. In order to get additional evidence, a forensic analysis of the ballots and machines is necessary. Such an analysis was performed in Michigan on several machines, which all showed that fraud was committed in a report by a forensic analysis team.
This included inexplicably erased security logs on all of the voting machines as well as the servers on which they were running, according to the report. These logs would have made clear the tampering with the votes which the forensic team claimed. Their erasure alone is evidence of fraud.
The forensic team tried to make all of this data public, but according to the legal team, Dominion forced the redaction of the security log data, claiming that it was ‘proprietary’ information. Essentially, a security log file is just a history file on the machine (much like the history file in your internet browser) that might list the manual manipulations and algorithms used as well as errors during the election. Why would this be considered ‘proprietary’ software information?