The stakes couldn’t be higher this election, which means the potential for fraud is as great as it’s ever been.
In 16 states across the country, including battleground zones like Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia, the U.K.-based voting technology company Smartmatic has deployed its voting machines in the past to calculate the results of our elections. Some may say the machines make things easier, but this particular company poses a serious conflict of interest – it’s connected to George Soros.
Soros himself doesn’t own stake in the company; however, a board member of his Open Society Foundation is the chairman of Smartmatic. That’s not all, the same man, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, has worked with consulting firms that have close ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton, and we all know how those connected to the Clintons operate.
According to the Daily Caller:
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 even the deputy secretary-general of the United Nations when he worked as chief of staff to Kofi Annan.
Malloch-Brown’s resume includes stints as vice-president of the UN World Bank and in British Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s cabinet.
In addition to a close relationship with Soros, Malloch-Brown has worked with consulting firms that are well-connected to Bill and Hillary Clinton. He was an international partner with the Sawyer-Miller consulting firm and was a senior adviser to FTI Consulting.
One of Sawyer-Miller’s alumni is Mandy Grunwald, who ran the firm’s communication contract for Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential run. She was also the head of communications for Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful 2008 presidential bid.
Jackson Dunn, who is a senior managing director with FTI Consulting, spent 15 years in Washington where he worked as an aide to President Bill Clinton and Sen. Hillary Clinton.
Smartmatic’s website claims that its machines won’t be deployed for the 2016 Presidential Election, but they’ve already contributed to our elections with “57,000 voting and counting machines deployed” and “35 million voters assisted,” between 2006 and 2015, which begs the question of whether or not they played a role in Obama’s two victories.
Regardless, if you do happen to see one of these machines at your precinct, don’t use it. Instead demand a paper ballot to fill out by hand.
Lord knows that with Hillary’s “ground game,” where operatives literally round people up, take them to the polls, and tell them how to vote, it’s going to be a tight race. The absolute last thing we need is for anyone’s vote to either not be counted or to be cast for the wrong candidate.