Monday, November 9, 2020

Bill Binney explains the difference between glitches and design

Bill Binney is a former NSA Technical Director and one of the founders of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS), a group of former U.S. intelligence officers.

Here he is explaining the difference between a glitch and design.

Bill Binney: "These things that they're calling glitches in software that are randomly changing only certain votes, they're not glitches at all. Those are programmed into the software. It's doing exactly what it's supposed to.

"If there's a problem in software we call those bugs. If the bug is in the software it does everything consistently. With everything. Not just selectively picking things. If only certain things are selectively picked and changed, that's not a bug. That's designed in the software. That's intentional."

Bill Binney's explanation is a reference to the 'glitch' in Antrim County which sent 6,000 President Trump votes to Joe Biden. The Dominion software which caused the 'glitch' is used in 30 states including all of the battleground states.

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