This interview is worth the 10 minutes it'll take you. No big words (easy for Democrats) and comprehensive.
The more you look around, the more it's clear: she's on to something very, very, big.
Yes, Bernie Sanders won California's primary--except for Dominion machines which 'shaved' votes. And just like Scott Walker in '16, Bernie threw in the towel.
So here's a question: even though Wisconsin has very few Dominion machines, were they programmed to push Biden totals up by--say--10%? Just a 'nudge'?
And when that failed, how many ballots were re-run, re-run, and re-run through Dane and Milwaukee Counties--or were suddenly "found" and brought into the old Blue Cross building ("central count") in Milwaukee to finish what the algorithm could not?