A quick look at the tech players involved in the voting scandal


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There are a number of players involved with the widespread election fraud that many believe has occurred across the country.

There’s Scytl, the server handling the vote counting election machines. It is believed, because a Congressman has gone on record with the information, that its servers were seized immediately after the election.

There’s Smartmatic, a UK-based company that has provided voting technology in 16 states including battleground zones like Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia. It has Venezuelan links.

Smartmatic is protesting that it’s clean as a whistle. Fact-checkers across the internet are defending it from Trump-supporters’ allegations of corruption. But as you can see from the NIST document below it’s always been suspicious.

The chairman of Smartmatic is Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, who sits in the British House of Lords and on the board of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations. He was formerly the vice-chairman of Soros’s Investment Funds and deputy secretary-general of the United Nations when he worked as chief of staff to Kofi Annan.

Smartmatic posted this tweet denying any relationship with Dominion Voting Systems.

But this is a lawyer’s answer. In actual fact, another company, controlled by Smartmatic, WAS involved. And this brings us to Dominion Voting Systems.

In December 2007 Smartmatic announced the sale of their Sequoia Voting Systems to Dominion Voting Systems.

Smartmatic published a press release announcing their sale Sequoia voting systems as shown in screenshot below.

And in 2015 Smartmatic Chairman Lord Mark Malloch Brown told a Filipino news station that Smartmatic uses Dominion owned software!This was back in 2015!

Reporter: The question on people’s minds, why is Smartmatic even still here in the Philippines after reports it had violated provisions of the election automated law. Number one for example that it was never allowed to bid in the 2010 elections because it did not actually own the software. Dominion owned the software. Dominion Voting owned the software. Plus the difficulty that they had to put the COMELEC (Commission on Elections) in order to access the source code. Issues like that. Your thoughts? People say we should not be subjected to Smartmatic again this time around.

Mark Malloch Brown: Yes, well I think that’s competitors who say that. The fact is, yes, a part of our technology IS licensed from Dominion. But you tell me a large technology company which isn’t using in part licenses from other companies. And we have a license for the international use of that particular piece of the technology.

Reporter: So Mark let me just cut in there and ask you, the license issued by Dominion for you to use for proprietary software, that is a live license for you to use?

Mark Malloch Brown: Yes.

And here is CodeMonkeyZ doing his deep dive into the fraud allegations.

Here it is:

2010-07-06VoterActionLetter2TGDC by OWNEditor on Scribd

Input glitch at the studio – or a vote steal?

Then there’s Bill Gates, who as we know has his own plans for the world because he seriously thinks he knows better than everyone else. Big Tech companies, along with the MSM, were in on the silencing of Trump supporters. Twitter and Facebook transparently so, but was Microsoft also in on this national scandal?