Trump is RIGHT, elections could be RIGGED! Dominion has Smartmatic voting software!
Smartmatic, a Venezuelan-based firm with ties to Hugo Chavez was pressured to sell it’s subsidiary Sequoia Voting Systems in 2007, at the onset of an investigation by the federal Committee of Foreign Investment in the United States. Dominion, who owned Diebold consequently acquired Sequoia to further their influence in voting machine dominance in the United States. Dominion claimed to the press that all intellectual property of Dominion was acquired from Sequoia. This is a lie, according to a Huffington Post report by investigative journalist Brad Friedman written over a decade ago. The Huffington Post article not only exposes then CEO of Sequoia, Jack Blaine, committing various acts of deception and lies, it also details court documents that demonstrates that Smartmatic actually retained rights for all its voting machines via a continuing licensing agreement. It wasn’t Sequoia, rather Smartmatic, who owned all the intellectual property of the voting machines that was eventually acquired by Dominion.
The machines that were acquired by Dominion likely had the original source code, or re-written portions of the source code initially written by Smartmatic. What does all of this mean? Well it certainly gives more credence to Donald Trump’s claim that the elections may have been rigged. Not only is Smartmatic based offshore, they have a bad reputation. Not only is Smartmatic possibly tied to Hugo Chavez, one of their directors, Robert Cook worked for the Central and South American division of Unysis, a company investigated by the FBI in 2006 for potentially leaking Homeland Security information to Chinese servers, and now the chairman of Smartmatic, Peter Neffenger, is being transitioned into Biden’s administration as part of Biden’s Homeland Security team.
This is an astonishing coincidence that the media has been complicity ignoring, but it’s not out of character to the modis operandi we see with other employees. The VP for Sequoia, Edwin Smith was also welcomed at Dominion working as VP of Compliance and Certification, and even more amazingly was appointed to the EAC’s (U.S. Election Assistance Commission) as one of their new “Technical and Scientific Experts.” This concentration of power is especially unnerving when you consider that Edwin Smith threatened a Princeton Computer Research team and its head professor for their potential audit of a New Jersey elections that utilized Sequoia's machines. The Huffington post author Brad Friedman finished his exposé with a sentence that eerily resonates in these 2020 elections, ”Around and around they all go. Where it stops, the voters never need know…” And so the same can be said about the chances of Joe Biden hiring the chairman of Smartmatic, Peter Neffenger to his presidential cabinet.
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