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-- now big loser in South Carolina senate democratic primary asking for investigation retired judge.
And former state rep Vick -- all.
Was trounced by a political unknown by the name of -- green greens and unemployed army veteran.
He raised no money had no signs ran no ads and he's facing felony charges to boot still green one with the almost 60% of the vote.
The man he -- once an explanation that -- with us now bit -- the former democratic primary senate candidate.
Is live at a Charleston today how you doing sir good morning to -- appreciate.
-- on him today apple what what do you want invest you're doing what.
The only option that we have -- to file a protest that protest goes to the South Carolina democratic executive committee.
And we are protest in the election based on what we consider to be software problems with the voting machines systemic issues involving.
The software of the voting machine.
The only way you can prove that.
-- by utilizing expert testimony.
On software computer science obviously statisticians.
Dealing with historical statistical data in the votes and of course political science people who are dealing with again historical voting patterns.
-- -- and he -- that it's it's the voting Booth that that is that the court your investigation now I don't think it's not the voting Booth.
Go it's not the voting Booth it's the software.
That runs the touch screen.
-- controlled machines.
Okay now this these machines I believe the ones -- South Carolina had been used in Louisiana.
And the Louisiana officials got rid of it went to a new system I I can understand in 2000.
A difference of 537.
Votes we hold the presidency up for 3637.
Days but this guy got almost 60000.
Are sorry 60% of the vote.
But that's a huge discrepancy what's explained I mean what's your theory.
After -- -- experts and talking to experts is very insisting unless you are one.
It's pretty clear that the patterns.
Indicate a systemic problem with the machine and the systemic problem in my opinion from what information that I have.
Is contained in the software.
Do you think this for election as some of fear -- now publicly do you think this was rigged.
I don't know that was rigged -- -- was a technical arrows of software as a software breakdown I can't say it was rigged.
Intentionally or otherwise.
But it certainly appears to be a software problem with the auction insists some have suggested this out lingering it was a Republican plant.
Do you buy that -- I have no comment on what Alvin green is -- is not I campaigned very.
Diligently from marks the first until the primary date.
I never saw -- when green I never met album green -- have a -- -- the materials whatsoever containing his name -- campaign paraphernalia.
And that's all I know what -- lingering.
On Thursday the Democratic Party in south Carolina's gonna take up your case.
In the fifteen seconds I have -- will you win on appeal and can you win technically.
This system appeal this is a protest.
And a protest you have to show that there is a significant.
Problem and that that problem has a significant outcome on the election.
An appeal would be from an adverse opinion by the executive committee.
And I don't know if I will appeal -- not I cross that bridge as I get to it we take this situation one step at a time that if the story however like to make sure.
Go ahead one more thought I'd like to make -- the people.
I'd like to make sure that people understand.
That this is not a campaign.
Against two people that did nothing.
That is very disingenuous to -- can -- people that work very diligently from march or I can understand that killed an election.
The mobile -- what comes of this Thursday at the news changes though become back Vick -- thank you for your time yesterday at a Charleston south going to -- you back.
I think that's been shot him to lose to somebody who he had never seen running not a campaign Ellen never sub -- -- -- any nation in my hand war -- That's our.
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