The American “Coup d’etat”

rainerann

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What do you mean with "the same system"? The Dems are not the ones who will perform the audits.

This is about audits, not just recounts. A recount is just a repeat tabulation of the same votes while an audit also separates the legal ballots from the illegal ones, which is what team Trump is after.

In a couple of hours the audit will start in Georgia. An audit may be announced for Pennsylvania as well soon, which is probably the king of the 2020 election fraud. They want audits to be wrapped up by November 18, so in a short week or so we'll know more. But this isn't looking good for team Biden and I expect alot of heads will roll when Trump starts his 2nd term.
well it’s November 19. Where are these groundbreaking audits. Arizona is done and found no fraud and in case you had trouble counting before Georgia and Pennsylvania turned blue, Biden was already winning at that point.

he doesn’t need either state to win.
 






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Many of these instances are average Americans claiming evidence of fraud. We either trust the funded elite media with a history of lying or consider the claims and evidence of the average American....

Just to add, this same elite media has confirmed evidence of fraud when it’s convenient - so who do we trust? Why? And when? I trust fellow citizens - they should be give a fair hearing, no an agenda-driven fbi interrogation.


Voter Fraud Is Not New & It Certainly Is Not "A Myth"
im planning on going back at some point and looking at all the videos you posted. I haven’t been ignoring them. I just haven’t had time to do this yet. I will probably do that this weekend because I am interested in hearing them since I realize you are really trying to find the truth and share what you have found with me rather than tell me what is true.

However, the thing I would like to briefly point out regarding what you are saying here is that where trump is concerned, it is not really a choice between listening to msm or listening to alternative sources.

trump is a 3rd independent source of media in this case because he represents himself in media more often than not, and this is a primary issue I have with him. I do like to go directly to the source. Trump has his own brand that makes this possible, so that an opinion of him is not dependent on second hand sources whether they are msm or otherwise.

from what I have seen him endorse, I really would call him a shill at this point. Think about the effect some of the things he was promoting in the beginning have on the present like investigating Hillary and the focus on Hillary in general concerning trafficking.

these many years later, there is no Real focus on Hillary for any of these things. The only legitimate investigation made concerning this subject started with Epstein and maxwell, which trump appears to have even more connections to than he did with the Clinton’s

this about the effect his campaign has had that started pushing us in the current direction We are going. Suggesting This about Clinton catapulted him into a position of perceived integrity, which created a domino effect for every major event that followed including coronavirus and this election.

somehow, he is still being perceived as a trustworthy source even though nothing came from the early claims that gave him this identity. He is basically the definition of a shill in my opinion because of this. It was his campaign that branded him with this identity. It wasn’t msm or alternative media that did this. He was the source for this branding that is creating the division over the election.
 






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LMFAO

The downright pathetic Giuliani press conference, one of the lawyer claimed Dominion voting systems were created by Hugo Chavez and that Venezuelan and Cuban Communist money interfered in the election to favour Biden.

These people are absolute lunatics. Anybody believing a word comming out of these clowns mouths is certifiable IMO. They've lost their minds completely.

 






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LMFAO

The downright pathetic Giuliani press conference, one of the lawyer claimed Dominion voting systems were created by Hugo Chavez and that Venezuelan and Cuban Communist money interfered in the election to favour Biden.

These people are absolute lunatics. Anybody believing a word comming out of these clowns mouths is certifiable IMO. They've lost their minds completely.

Dominion's link to Venezuela and Chavez was even investigated in the MSM a few years ago. You don't know shit. Carry on with your TDS though.


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"Smartmatic enters the game
On April 11, 2000, three young Venezuelan engineers, Antonio Mugica, Alfredo José Anzola and Roger Piñate, founded the company Smartmatic in Delaware, United States. Due to their concern about the obsolescence of elections worldwide, the Venezuelan group dedicated themselves to the development of a software that could manage the electoral processes in a better way.

According to the New York Times, at the beginning of 2004, a Venezuelan government financing agency invested more than US$ 200,000 in a technology company owned by the same owners of Smartmatic: Bitza.

By that year, Venezuela was going through a severe political storm. The Venezuelan opposition, after months of demonstrations against the government of Hugo Chávez, managed to arrange a referendum against the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution. Finally, it was agreed that the referendum would be held on August 15, 2004. And, in the bidding process for the award of the contract to the company that would build the voting system, the SBC consortium won: Smartmatic, Bitza and CANTV, the Venezuelan phone company.

The recall referendum was the first Venezuelan election to have the software designed by the three young engineers. It was not a good start, since civil organizations such as Súmate (led by María Corina Machado), denounced the possibility of fraud. On that August 15, 2004, the Bolivarian system began to consolidate, leading to a cruel dictatorship accustomed to electoral fraud.

After the failed referendum, Smartmatic won two more contracts with the government of Hugo Chávez. Thanks to the income from these agreements, the company was able to amass a small fortune. In March 2005, it bought from the British firm De La Rue the much larger and more established electronic voting company, Sequoia Voting Systems, for US$ 16 million.

The battle for Sequoia
“Since its acquisition by Smartmatic in March 2005, Sequoia has worked hard to market its voting machines in Latin America and other developing countries,” reads a report in The New York Times.

“The goal is to create the world leader in electronic voting solutions,” Smartmatic spokesman Mitch Stoller told the U.S. newspaper.

An important detail is that, right after the company of the three Venezuelans acquired the electronic voting company Sequoia, Smartmatic reorganized itself into a holding of several companies with headquarters in Delaware (Smartmatic International), the Netherlands (Smartmatic International Holding, B.V.) and Curaçao (Smartmatic International Group, N.V.).

But not everything went well for Smartmatic. Its relationship with the regime of Hugo Chávez made some people in the United States uncomfortable, and in May 2006, Democratic Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney asked the Treasury Department to investigate Smartmatic’s purchase of Sequoia.

“I am writing because of possible investments by the Venezuelan Government in Smartmatic, an electronic voting company with business in the United States, and its acquisition of Sequoia, a U.S.-based electronic voting company,” reads the letter Maloney sent to then-Treasury Department Secretary John W. Snow.

“As you can imagine, having a foreign government invest in or buy a company that services U.S. elections could raise concerns about the integrity of the elections conducted by these machines,” the letter continues.
Speaking to the New York Times, Maloney said, “The government should know who owns our voting machines. This is a national security concern.”

At the time of the publication of The New York Times report on October 29, 2006, Sequoia Voting Systems, owned by Smartmatic, had “voting equipment installed in 17 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.”

Sequoia’s machines began to be tested and, as in Venezuela, irregularities began to occur: in August 2007, then California Secretary of State Debra Bowen withdrew approval and vetoed Sequoia’s voting and optical scan machines after “a review of the machines certified for use in California in 2007 found significant security weaknesses in the entire Sequoia system.”

All of the software that Sequoia was using was, in fact, from Smartmatic. The old voting machines were renovated and all of their technology was developed and patented. As a consequence of the changes that Smartmatic was promoting in Sequoia, the company managed to be successful until, after the controversies and the warning call from Congresswoman Maloney, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States ordered, in November 2007, that Smartmatic sell Sequoia.

In an article published on April 10, 2008, journalist Bradley Friedman writes: “Smartmatic had been forced to relinquish control of Sequoia after the media and Congress noticed that the company had links to Hugo Chávez.” In the end, the buyers were the company’s own managers, but those with U.S. citizenship.

But the verdict did not end Smartmatic’s controversial relationship with Sequoia. In fact, in April 2008 a market competitor, Hart InterCivic, tried to acquire Sequoia in a hostile move. This led to the involvement of the courts. Smartmatic was exposed.

Court documents unearthed at the time revealed that Smartmatic still retained much of the financial control of Sequoia. Smartmatic also continued to retain, due to the contract signed, ownership of the rights to some of the products that Sequoia had deployed throughout the United States. In fact, Sequoia’s CEO at the time was Jack Blaine, who had been an executive at Smartmatic.

Finally, pressure was applied and the owners of Sequoia, who had been exposed shortly before, sold the company on June 4, 2010. The buyer, this time, was a small Canadian company that manufactures electronic voting equipment and optical scanners: Dominion Voting Systems.

That day the Canadian company not only bought Sequoia, but also acquired all the software and technological development that Smartmatic had patented and which the controversial company linked to Chavismo still owned.

Almost an oligopoly
Before Dominion Voting Systems acquired Sequoia on June 4, 2010 —taking approximately 20 percent of the American electoral market presence— the Canadian company had already made a major breakthrough in the system. One that went virtually unnoticed in the public sphere: Dominion bought Premier Election Solutions, also known as Diebold/Premier, in 2010.

With the sudden acquisition of Sequoia and Diebold/Premier, Dominion now has —in approximate numbers— 50 % of the private electoral market of the electronic vote in the United States. There were two competitors left: ES&S, with 40%, and Hart InterCivic, with 10%, according to a Huffington Post report published in 2017.

A press release distributed by Dominion on May 19, 2010, highlights the agreement with ES&S —Premier Election was a wholly-owned subsidiary of ES&S— and celebrates the acquisition of the company’s main assets, including intellectual property, software, firmware and hardware of its voting systems.

ES&S, by the way, is forced to sell Premier Election Solutions by a Department of Justice requirement due to potential monopoly concerns —which prevents it from dominating most of the private electoral market—. Dominion took advantage of this.

According to Dominion, the agreement was approved by the U.S. Department of Justice and nine state and federal attorneys general, while retaining “the right to hire current and former Premier employees and to enter into agreements with Premier distributors experienced in implementing and supporting these systems.”

With the purchase, Dominion limited the ability of ES&S to sell Premier equipment. And the same Canadian company noted that “Premier’s voting systems are currently used in more than 1,400 jurisdictions in 33 states and serve nearly 28 million U.S. voters.” In short, a roundtable purchase for a new “titan” of the American private electoral market.

“It’s not exactly an oligopoly, but it’s like one,” Charles Stewart, a political science professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), told the Wall Street Journal of the skillful way in which e-voting companies have moved.

But behind that pair of acquisitions that positioned Dominion at the top of the electoral market, there was a black hand related to Smartmatic.

The Huffington Post investigates
According to the Huffington Postin an exclusive report that revealed the relationship between Smartmatic, Sequoia and Dominion— “The ‘intellectual property’ of the voting systems (of Sequoia, acquired by Dominion) remains the property of the company linked to the Venezuelan president (Smartmatic and Hugo Chávez), despite the rather misleading press statement” issued by Dominion in 2010.

The report mentions, among many other details, that the intellectual property “of most/almost all of Sequoia’s voting systems was actually secretly owned by the firm Smartmatic”, linked to Chavism and the numerous electoral fraud scandals in Venezuela.

Then, from a moment to another in 2010, a small Canadian company linked to Smartmatic bought a large part of the private electoral market and entered the US from its offices in Colorado.

Later, it was discovered that Smartmatic still had interests with Sequoia and, to make matters worse, controlled the company’s intellectual property, even reserving rights to negotiate through non-competition agreements abroad. The Foreign Investment Committee had agreed to close the investigation if Smartmatic divested itself of Sequoia in its entirety.

Now, who is the real owner of the Sequoia intellectual property that was acquired by Dominion? According to the Huffington Post’s article, Chris Riggall, a spokesman for Dominion, confirmed that “Smartmatic’s intellectual property was not included in the Sequoia transaction because Sequoia did not own it.”

The big detail is that Dominion, in its press release, secured the purchase of “Sequoia’s inventory and all intellectual property.” In other words, misleading or directly false information that happened without suspicion.

Riggall himself was questioned for this inconsistency between Dominion’s press release and the reality of the acquisition. The spokesman’s response was revealing:

“Smartmatic’s intellectual property is Smartmatic’s intellectual property. Sequoia did not own it, and therefore was not part of the transaction. Dominion purchased all the Intellectual Property owned by Sequoia. That is what was reflected in the press release"
 






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I do like to go directly to the source.
CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, and The Washington Post are hardly reliable sources, tho

Your inane banter about The US President is a continuation of cyclic feedback loops of misinformation and leftist taradiddle (a result of sourcing factitious information), undermining your credibility, and, apparently, your ability to ratiocinate (probably the reason you parrot endless feedback loops of MSM drivel).

Leading to gems like this:
this combined with a personal review of voter statistics showing white people are the primary voter base for trump combined with the racist comments being made by the proud boys, is why I posted the image to begin with.
You leftists and your “hate hoaxes.” Accuse your enemies of that which you are guilty—like a good Leninist.
 






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Benford's Law applied to Pennsylvania's results of over 7 millions votes. Enough to be pretty accurate. Interestingly indicates extreme data manipulation on the side of Biden and a little on the side of Trump.

 






rainerann

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CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, and The Washington Post are hardly reliable sources, tho

Your inane banter about The US President is a continuation of cyclic feedback loops of misinformation and leftist taradiddle (a result of sourcing factitious information), undermining your credibility, and, apparently, your ability to ratiocinate (probably the reason you parrot endless feedback loops of MSM drivel).

Leading to gems like this:


You leftists and your “hate hoaxes.” Accuse your enemies of that which you are guilty—like a good Leninist.
youre comments are such a joke. When you speak, this is how I picture you.



Try to be more creative next time than using the usual right wing harassment menu. Maybe one day we can have an actual intelligent discussion if you let go of the trolling lingo.

until then, good luck trying to indoctrinate others to stereotype people as leftists.

I’m still a registered republican. I’m more of a Lincoln project republican, but keep trying to drill up the notion that anyone who opposes trump is a leftist. I’m sure there are plenty of people around here who will fall for that type of propaganda so you Will be in good company.
 






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well it’s November 19. Where are these groundbreaking audits. Arizona is done and found no fraud and in case you had trouble counting before Georgia and Pennsylvania turned blue, Biden was already winning at that point.

he doesn’t need either state to win.
They didn’t have audits. No signature verification, just a recount of the ballots, illegal or not. And even then 4 uncounted batches of ballots were found totalling about 6,000 votes, with approx. 1.500 votes in favour of Trump. This is just in Georgia, 4 batches they “forgot” to tally in 4 different counties.
 






rainerann

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They didn’t have audits. No signature verification, just a recount of the ballots, illegal or not. And even then 4 uncounted batches of ballots were found totalling about 6,000 votes, with approx. 1.500 votes in favour of Trump. This is just in Georgia, 4 batches they “forgot” to tally in 4 different counties.
You’re really missing things. I know that I had not heard any news of an audit in Georgia when I posted this. I said Arizona had an audit already, which I have said before. You were the one boasting there would be all of these audits by this time that were supposed to have substance in favor of trump. This never happened. You aren’t the only one taking souvenirs. Maybe next time you won’t make bogus claims that lead to disappointment.

and lol again at you admitting that of 6000 votes found, around 1500 went to trump. You understand that trump lost according to that information. Literally, you are saying biden got more votes out of the recount than trump.

I didn’t even think that is what the article Jess posted said about the Georgia audit.

“It also uncovered almost 6,000 ballots in four counties that had been overlooked in the initial tally, resulting in Trump closing his deficit to Biden by 1,400 votes.

Both counts found the same outcome: Thousands more voters in Georgia chose Biden than Trump.“

I took that to mean that trump got more of the 6000 votes and reduced the difference in total votes by 1400. Still, that means that the votes that were found were fairly evenly distributed between the candidates and they were not intentionally excluded to favor biden since some of these votes went to biden.

they are also looking to certify Georgia tomorrow. However, in case you missed it. BIDEN DOESNT NEED GEORGIA TO WIN.

 






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Dominion's link to Venezuela and Chavez was even investigated in the MSM a few years ago. You don't know shit. Carry on with your TDS though.


Excerpt

"Smartmatic enters the game
On April 11, 2000, three young Venezuelan engineers, Antonio Mugica, Alfredo José Anzola and Roger Piñate, founded the company Smartmatic in Delaware, United States. Due to their concern about the obsolescence of elections worldwide, the Venezuelan group dedicated themselves to the development of a software that could manage the electoral processes in a better way.

According to the New York Times, at the beginning of 2004, a Venezuelan government financing agency invested more than US$ 200,000 in a technology company owned by the same owners of Smartmatic: Bitza.

By that year, Venezuela was going through a severe political storm. The Venezuelan opposition, after months of demonstrations against the government of Hugo Chávez, managed to arrange a referendum against the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution. Finally, it was agreed that the referendum would be held on August 15, 2004. And, in the bidding process for the award of the contract to the company that would build the voting system, the SBC consortium won: Smartmatic, Bitza and CANTV, the Venezuelan phone company.

The recall referendum was the first Venezuelan election to have the software designed by the three young engineers. It was not a good start, since civil organizations such as Súmate (led by María Corina Machado), denounced the possibility of fraud. On that August 15, 2004, the Bolivarian system began to consolidate, leading to a cruel dictatorship accustomed to electoral fraud.

After the failed referendum, Smartmatic won two more contracts with the government of Hugo Chávez. Thanks to the income from these agreements, the company was able to amass a small fortune. In March 2005, it bought from the British firm De La Rue the much larger and more established electronic voting company, Sequoia Voting Systems, for US$ 16 million.

The battle for Sequoia
“Since its acquisition by Smartmatic in March 2005, Sequoia has worked hard to market its voting machines in Latin America and other developing countries,” reads a report in The New York Times.

“The goal is to create the world leader in electronic voting solutions,” Smartmatic spokesman Mitch Stoller told the U.S. newspaper.

An important detail is that, right after the company of the three Venezuelans acquired the electronic voting company Sequoia, Smartmatic reorganized itself into a holding of several companies with headquarters in Delaware (Smartmatic International), the Netherlands (Smartmatic International Holding, B.V.) and Curaçao (Smartmatic International Group, N.V.).

But not everything went well for Smartmatic. Its relationship with the regime of Hugo Chávez made some people in the United States uncomfortable, and in May 2006, Democratic Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney asked the Treasury Department to investigate Smartmatic’s purchase of Sequoia.

“I am writing because of possible investments by the Venezuelan Government in Smartmatic, an electronic voting company with business in the United States, and its acquisition of Sequoia, a U.S.-based electronic voting company,” reads the letter Maloney sent to then-Treasury Department Secretary John W. Snow.


Speaking to the New York Times, Maloney said, “The government should know who owns our voting machines. This is a national security concern.”

At the time of the publication of The New York Times report on October 29, 2006, Sequoia Voting Systems, owned by Smartmatic, had “voting equipment installed in 17 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.”

Sequoia’s machines began to be tested and, as in Venezuela, irregularities began to occur: in August 2007, then California Secretary of State Debra Bowen withdrew approval and vetoed Sequoia’s voting and optical scan machines after “a review of the machines certified for use in California in 2007 found significant security weaknesses in the entire Sequoia system.”

All of the software that Sequoia was using was, in fact, from Smartmatic. The old voting machines were renovated and all of their technology was developed and patented. As a consequence of the changes that Smartmatic was promoting in Sequoia, the company managed to be successful until, after the controversies and the warning call from Congresswoman Maloney, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States ordered, in November 2007, that Smartmatic sell Sequoia.

In an article published on April 10, 2008, journalist Bradley Friedman writes: “Smartmatic had been forced to relinquish control of Sequoia after the media and Congress noticed that the company had links to Hugo Chávez.” In the end, the buyers were the company’s own managers, but those with U.S. citizenship.

But the verdict did not end Smartmatic’s controversial relationship with Sequoia. In fact, in April 2008 a market competitor, Hart InterCivic, tried to acquire Sequoia in a hostile move. This led to the involvement of the courts. Smartmatic was exposed.

Court documents unearthed at the time revealed that Smartmatic still retained much of the financial control of Sequoia. Smartmatic also continued to retain, due to the contract signed, ownership of the rights to some of the products that Sequoia had deployed throughout the United States. In fact, Sequoia’s CEO at the time was Jack Blaine, who had been an executive at Smartmatic.

Finally, pressure was applied and the owners of Sequoia, who had been exposed shortly before, sold the company on June 4, 2010. The buyer, this time, was a small Canadian company that manufactures electronic voting equipment and optical scanners: Dominion Voting Systems.

That day the Canadian company not only bought Sequoia, but also acquired all the software and technological development that Smartmatic had patented and which the controversial company linked to Chavismo still owned.

Almost an oligopoly
Before Dominion Voting Systems acquired Sequoia on June 4, 2010 —taking approximately 20 percent of the American electoral market presence— the Canadian company had already made a major breakthrough in the system. One that went virtually unnoticed in the public sphere: Dominion bought Premier Election Solutions, also known as Diebold/Premier, in 2010.

With the sudden acquisition of Sequoia and Diebold/Premier, Dominion now has —in approximate numbers— 50 % of the private electoral market of the electronic vote in the United States. There were two competitors left: ES&S, with 40%, and Hart InterCivic, with 10%, according to a Huffington Post report published in 2017.

A press release distributed by Dominion on May 19, 2010, highlights the agreement with ES&S —Premier Election was a wholly-owned subsidiary of ES&S— and celebrates the acquisition of the company’s main assets, including intellectual property, software, firmware and hardware of its voting systems.

ES&S, by the way, is forced to sell Premier Election Solutions by a Department of Justice requirement due to potential monopoly concerns —which prevents it from dominating most of the private electoral market—. Dominion took advantage of this.

According to Dominion, the agreement was approved by the U.S. Department of Justice and nine state and federal attorneys general, while retaining “the right to hire current and former Premier employees and to enter into agreements with Premier distributors experienced in implementing and supporting these systems.”

With the purchase, Dominion limited the ability of ES&S to sell Premier equipment. And the same Canadian company noted that “Premier’s voting systems are currently used in more than 1,400 jurisdictions in 33 states and serve nearly 28 million U.S. voters.” In short, a roundtable purchase for a new “titan” of the American private electoral market.

“It’s not exactly an oligopoly, but it’s like one,” Charles Stewart, a political science professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), told the Wall Street Journal of the skillful way in which e-voting companies have moved.

But behind that pair of acquisitions that positioned Dominion at the top of the electoral market, there was a black hand related to Smartmatic.

The Huffington Post investigates
According to the Huffington Postin an exclusive report that revealed the relationship between Smartmatic, Sequoia and Dominion— “The ‘intellectual property’ of the voting systems (of Sequoia, acquired by Dominion) remains the property of the company linked to the Venezuelan president (Smartmatic and Hugo Chávez), despite the rather misleading press statement” issued by Dominion in 2010.

The report mentions, among many other details, that the intellectual property “of most/almost all of Sequoia’s voting systems was actually secretly owned by the firm Smartmatic”, linked to Chavism and the numerous electoral fraud scandals in Venezuela.

Then, from a moment to another in 2010, a small Canadian company linked to Smartmatic bought a large part of the private electoral market and entered the US from its offices in Colorado.

Later, it was discovered that Smartmatic still had interests with Sequoia and, to make matters worse, controlled the company’s intellectual property, even reserving rights to negotiate through non-competition agreements abroad. The Foreign Investment Committee had agreed to close the investigation if Smartmatic divested itself of Sequoia in its entirety.

Now, who is the real owner of the Sequoia intellectual property that was acquired by Dominion? According to the Huffington Post’s article, Chris Riggall, a spokesman for Dominion, confirmed that “Smartmatic’s intellectual property was not included in the Sequoia transaction because Sequoia did not own it.”

The big detail is that Dominion, in its press release, secured the purchase of “Sequoia’s inventory and all intellectual property.” In other words, misleading or directly false information that happened without suspicion.

Riggall himself was questioned for this inconsistency between Dominion’s press release and the reality of the acquisition. The spokesman’s response was revealing:
It’s right there on Smartmatic’s Wikipage too.


In 1997,[4] three engineers, Antonio Mugica, Alfredo José Anzola and Roger Piñate, began collaborating in a group while working at Panagroup Corp. in Caracas, Venezuela.

The company was contracted in 2004 for the automation of electoral processes in Venezuela. Since 2004, its election technology has been used in local and national elections in Africa,[18] Argentina,[19] Belgium,[20] Brazil,[21]Chile,[22] Ecuador,[23] Italy[24] Mexico,[25] the Philippines,[26] Singapore,[27] the United Kingdom,[28] the United States[29] and Venezuela.[30]

Smartmatic was the main technology supplier for fourteen Venezuelan national elections. In March 2018, Smartmatic ceased operations in Venezuela.
 






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You’re really missing things. I know that I had not heard any news of an audit in Georgia when I posted this. I said Arizona had an audit already, which I have said before. You were the one boasting there would be all of these audits by this time that were supposed to have substance in favor of trump. This never happened. You aren’t the only one taking souvenirs. Maybe next time you won’t make bogus claims that lead to disappointment.

and lol again at you admitting that of 6000 votes found, around 1500 went to trump. You understand that trump lost according to that information. Literally, you are saying biden got more votes out of the recount than trump.

I didn’t even think that is what the article Jess posted said about the Georgia audit.

“It also uncovered almost 6,000 ballots in four counties that had been overlooked in the initial tally, resulting in Trump closing his deficit to Biden by 1,400 votes.

Both counts found the same outcome: Thousands more voters in Georgia chose Biden than Trump.“

I took that to mean that trump got more of the 6000 votes and reduced the difference in total votes by 1400. Still, that means that the votes that were found were fairly evenly distributed between the candidates and they were not intentionally excluded to favor biden since some of these votes went to biden.

they are also looking to certify Georgia tomorrow. However, in case you missed it. BIDEN DOESNT NEED GEORGIA TO WIN.

The election is over. Anything else is to stir tensions against right and leftist radicals.

Ya know what’s funny about these extremist radicals on both sides is they claim they fight for freedom. Freedom only if it fits their agenda. Both sides are one in the same
 






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What is there to expose. Supposed manual recounts is just making him look more foolish. At this point I’m ready for this to be over
You ever entertained the possibility that team Trump has the actual votes and they’re in the exact position right now where they want to be?
 






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