It would flip the vote 51-49, says computer programmer with the last name of Curtis.
The YouTube seems to be mislabeled. It sounds like a legislative committee hearing in Ohio. At least two congressman takes part in the questioning, plus names that seem to be Ohio state senators.
The first two minutes should make any sane person quite nervous about the integrity, that is, the validity of electronic voting.
In times past, I have been told by two witnesses that a vote counting program for McHenry County was designed and used to fix a judicial race. The guy who passed on the information and who did the programming was complaining because he had not been paid the $1,500 he had been promised.
Subsequently he was paid and has since died.
“All you have to do is set a flag,” the programmer on the video says.