GOP Lawyer Jonathan Turley Pushes Trump’s Debunked Conspiracy Theory About Dominion Voting Machines

Lawyer Jonathan Turley — who was hired by House Republicans to get rid of Obamacare and defended the President Donald Trump during impeachment — told Fox News on Nov. 13 that “vulnerable” Dominion software used in voting machines gave President-elect Joe Biden thousands of Trump votes in Michigan.

However, Fox News host Steve Doocy fact-checked Turley on the spot with a report by The New York Times from Nov. 11:

President Trump on Thursday spread new baseless claims about Dominion Voting Systems, which makes software that local governments around the nation use to help run their elections, fueling a conspiracy theory that Dominion “software glitches” changed vote tallies in Michigan and Georgia last week.

The Dominion software was used in only two of the five counties that had problems in Michigan and Georgia, and in every instance there was a detailed explanation for what had happened. In all of the cases, software did not affect the vote counts.

(Sources: The New York Times, Fox News via Twitter)

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