Lindell’s data said 100,000 votes were changed in the state and “every single county was affected.”
Merrill said that’s not possible.
“All our (voting) machines are custom-built. There’s no modem component. You can’t influence them through a cell phone or a landline. There’s no way they can be probed or numbers manipulated,” Merrill told AL.com.
Merrill said Lindell purchased a copy of Alabama’s voting rolls, a service that’s available to anyone. Any analysis that shows manipulation is wrong, he added.
“We didn’t have any vote changes. Zero. It’s not possible to have any vote changed,” Merrill said.