Connecting the dots between the concerns posed about Dominion voting machines following the 2020 election, and their direct ties to government agencies.
The Gateway Pundit just announced that Fulton County, Pennsylvania is suing Dominion Voting Systems. This made me recall an article I wrote for a friend following the 2020 election examining some of the inconsistencies that were cropping up with this company at that time. The article was censored by the media source we used at the time so I am reposting it to shed light on why there has been so much controversy about Dominion. This article was written in December of 2020:
Dominion Voting Systems has finally agreed to send a representative to testify next week before a committee of Michigan lawmakers. This development came after Republican State Representative Matt Hall, who chairs the Michigan House Oversight Committee, sent two letters to Dominion CEO John Poulos on November 24 and December 4, asking him to testify before the committee. According to the Epoch Times, in Hall’s second letter he threatened to subpoena witnesses if Poulos does not cooperate.
This will be the first time that Dominion Voting Systems will be present to answer questions at a legislative hearing, following up on concerns that their “software glitches” allegedly impacted the results of the 2020 election to favor Vice President Joe Biden and steal votes from President Trump. And this is a very important development, considering the amount of voter fraud claims that have been made against the software, primarily in battleground states such as Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. Over the past month or so since the election, there has also been quite a bit of dirt dug up about the voting machine vendor, which equips about one third of the voting machine market in the United States and Canada.
Discussion around Dominion and their alleged partisan ties and criminal associations began following a November 19 press conference held by seasoned attorney Sydney Powell, as well as Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis. Giuliani and Powell linked Dominion, as well as Smartmatic Voting Machines, to corrupt elections in countries such as Venezuela, and Democratic power players such as the Clintons and George Soros. Following the conference, CNN did a fact check in an attempt to debunk these allegations. But instead, they made Dominion’s Deep State ties as light as day.
It doesn’t help that shortly after the election, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a joint statement announcing “The November 3rd election was the most secure in American history.” This statement seemed peculiar to many, and it’s also misleading. The Epoch Times was the first to report a very important detail that the statement that the CISA (a division of the Department of Homeland Security) conveniently forgot to mention: Representatives from Dominion Voting Systems, as well as Smartmatic Corporation, are members of the Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council (SCC), which is one of the two councils under the CSIA. So that means that Dominion itself was involved in issuing the statement that cleared Dominion of wrongdoing.
We confirmed this information from press releases on the websites for the other two major election technology companies that serve the market in the United States, Election Systems & Software (ES&S) and Hart Intercivic, Both documents state that in January of 2020 the SCC, along with a Government Coordinating Council for Election Infrastructure (GCC), were created to work “hand-in-hand” with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and CISA in an effort to ensure that U.S. elections are more secure. “The Sector Coordinating Council would like to assure the public that the SCC is working collectively to cooperate, share and exchange information with DHS and the nation’s intelligence community to ensure the integrity and security of our nation’s critical voting infrastructure,” stated the SCC in a joint announcement.
On both the ES&S and Hart Intercivic websites, Kay Stimson from Dominion Voting Systems, as well as Edwin Smith from Smartmatic, are listed as members of the SCC. Stimson is Dominion’s Vice President of Government Affairs, and has been heavily involved as a spokesperson for Dominion in the past couple of years. Yet, in the joint statement released by the CISA following the 2020 election, her name, as well as the name of the Smartmatic representative, are nowhere to be found. While it could be possible that in the past year, at the height of preparation for the election, she left the committee, it seems highly unlikely. Dominion has used the CISA joint statement to back up their claims of zero fraud, but they always conveniently forget to mention that they were involved in that statement defending themselves.
According the the Gateway Pundit, since the election there has been evidence produced of thousands of voter fraud issues, backed up with affadavits and statistical analysis. There have also been several jaw-dropping revelations of alleged criminal ties and scandals that are even deeper and more lethal than just the Clintons and George Soros. On December 1, Infowars reported that Staple Street Capital, which acquired Dominion Voting Systems in 2018, received a $400 million payment from Swiss investment bank UBS Securities back in October right before the election. This is significant because, according the report, “UBS Securities is a Swiss investment bank which owns 24.99% of UBS Securities Co LTD, a Chinese Investment Bank. The remaining 75% of UBS Securities CO LTD is owned by the Chinese government.” Infowars also revealed that the other four owners of UBS Securities Co LTD are front groups for Communist China. This actually makes sense since on December 4 John Ratcliffe, the United States National Intelligence Director, announced that China is a top threat to America. There have also been other signs of the presence of Communist China in America recently, such as the news that broke this week about Representative Eric Swalwell’s (D-Calif.) ties to an alleged Chinese spy.
Infowars has also recently reported shocking revelations that in March 2010 Eric Holder’s Department of Justice was seeking a divestiture of election technology from a top enterprise. That enterprise ended up being Dominion Voting Systems, who was rewarded one-third of the market of electronic voting machines in the United States. These revelations come from whistleblowers Dana Jill Simpson and her husband Jim, who are election integrity and technology experts who have worked for insiders of the Tides Foundation, which is an American public charity that has received $3.5 million from left-wing billionaire George Soros. The Tides Foundation’s office is located in Toronto, Canada, right next to Dominion’s main headquarters.
Simpson stated that “Jim and I as an election team working for Harvard lawyer Cliff Arnebeck located all the DOJ Documents to prove how Dominion Voting owes it 30% Market share to an Obama-Biden DOJ Antitrust division sale done by Eric Holder. No party running for office should have any ties to a company but Biden while in office with Obama let Eric Holder handle this sale to their pet company Dominion . That my friends is as corrupt as it gets.” In the article, which was published on November 23, Simpson also goes into much more detail about Dominion’s ties to China and the Clinton Foundation.