Skip to comments.Soros-Connected Company Has Provided Voting Technology In 16 States
Posted on 10/25/2016 11:54:01 AM PDT by Tilted Irish Kilt
Smartmatic, a U.K.-based voting technology company with deep ties to George Soros, has provided voting technology in 16 states
including battleground zones like Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Other jurisdictions affected are California, District of Columbia, Illinois, Louisiana, Missouri, New Jersey, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailycaller.com ...
I guess ‘conflict of interest’ is an alien concept
So is Soros—an alien concept!
The software for these machines is also used in all of the electronic vote tally machines. Soros has already stolen this election.
all the easier to steal an election.
"Birds of a feather flock together" as mom used to say. In my adult life I have founnd her correct on that point.
SNOPES has given a thumbs down on this.
I know SNOPES is BS but many UNINFORMED Inside Addition idiots don’t and run stuff like this by them ALOT.
How does that get repaired?
Hmmm, not in The People's Republic of Maryland?
Are we here in Maryland, corrupted with another kind of technology to undermine the vote?
When a company that you own 30% makes the voting machines..
And when you own part of a business that tabulates the votes ..
and when your daughter , who sits on Your Board, also sits on the Board of the tabulation (vote counting) company
You have to wonder ..
Why is he so involved in the voting process ? His civic Duty ??
This, along with his Secretary of State project... what could go wrong?
There are over 100 elephants in the press room concerning Hillary and the US press is scared poopless to touch those elephants because they all fear of “Dying of natural causes” within a week afterwards. This is the state of the US, living in fear of the Fascist Democrat Party that will kill you if you defy them
I was looking into this today. It appears, at least in VA that each county can purchase machines from different vendors. So it would seem that the Smartmatic machines would not be statewide. I am not sure just what this boils down to. It seems some of the companies have names that are different but if you drill down they have been purchased by and or are subsidiaries od Diebold or another company. One has to wonder if this is “natural” in an industry or an attempt at obscuring relationships. “Vote laundering” along the lines of money laundering.
The entire thing is a mess, IMO, and should have been fixed years ago but apparently the motivation to fix it was not strong enough to overcome the motivation to “fix” it. It is bizarre, but we actually could come to CW II because the gummint just would not preserve the integrity of elections.
What I would like is to see what WAS read and cast...on a screen....so I know it read it correctly.
A random sampling of the machines slated for use in heavily R districts should be subjected to a fake test election before election day, with an equal number of votes cast on each one for each side. Obviously they can’t have jiggered all the machines, and it would be a waste to jigger any in big D districts. Cast 100 votes R and 100 votes D on each and read out the results. Finding ONE machine that does not come out 100 - 100 means that the rigging has been done, and the machine tallies are not credible.
Then arrest the machine providers.
A heavily RAT population would make the technology irrelevant.
Where in Florida?
I called the FL div of elections today (850-245-6200) and asked if we can go to all paper ballots.
The lady said Florida is using paper ballots across the state.
One more time. Just in case someone hasn’t seen this video yet.
If the votes, even paper ballots, are counted mechanically or electronically vote fraud is possible:
One way to defend against the fraud the machines may be committing is for the voter to receive an instant printout of how his/her vote was recorded. Easy to do, also.
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