Now it comes out the IP for these voting systems was tied to the late communist dictator of Venezuela, Hugo Chavezwhose founder mysteriously died in a plane crash in Caracas.

As Stalin infamously said: “It doesn’t matter who votes that counts, it matters who counts the votes that counts“.

Have America’s elections been totally taken over by communist forces just like in a banana republic?

Dominion Voting Systems has been busy buying up most competitors including the previous #1 voting machine maker in the US – Diebold.

Why is one company buying up and consolidating most voting machine companies in the Americas?

First we had Diebold, which was sued by the SEC for fraud, and whose voting machines were shown to be hackable at DEFCON. Diebold had also outsourced extensively to India – and even bought up Indian ATM companies in that country.

Then we have Dominion Voting Systems of Canada which bought Diebold Voting Systems, and then also bought Sequoia Voting Systems, of Venezuela which Chavez had an interest in. The SEC forced Dominion to sell off its Diebold arm because of anti-trust concerns.

Connect the dots + follow the money – right back to Diane Feinstein, The Clinton Foundation, former Soviet countries, and Ben Bernanke.

Where are the FEC/FBI/DOJ/DHS?

We need a full investigation into Dominion Voting Systems, John Poulos, Iian Mihov by the FEC immediately.


In May 2010, Dominion acquired Premier Election Solutions (formerly Diebold Election Systems) from Election Systems & Software (ES&S). ES&S had just acquired PES from Diebold and was required to sell off PES by the United States Department of Justice for anti-trust concerns.

In June 2010, Dominion acquired Sequoia Voting Systems“.

Some Voting Machines Still Have Decade-Old Vulnerabilities,_Baron_Malloch-Brown

And then there is Smartmatic, which appears to be American with offices in UK, but which was founded by 3 Venezuelan engineers + a British lord with globalist ties. Smartmatic is also working on bio-metrics.


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.[5][6][7][8][9] Following the 2000 United States presidential election and its hanging chad controversy in Florida, the group proposed to dedicate a system toward electoral functions.[9][10] Smartmatic was officially incorporated on 11 April 2000 in Delaware by Alfredo José Anzola.[11][12][13] Smartmatic then established its headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida with seven employees.[7][8] After receiving funds from private investors,[7] the company then began to expand.

SGO Corporation

Lord Malloch Brown

In 2014, Smartmatic’s CEO Antonio Mugica and British Lord Mark Malloch-Brown announced the launching of the SGO Corporation Limited,[14][15] a holding company based in London whose primary asset is the election technology and voting machine manufacturer. Lord Malloch-Brown became chairman of the board of directors of SGO since its foundation,[16] while Antonio Mugica remained as CEO of the new venture. They were joined on SGO’s board by Sir Nigel Knowles, Global CEO of DLA Piper, entrepreneur David Giampaolo and Roger Piñate, Smartmatic’s COO and co-founder.

The aim of SGO, according to its CEO was “to continue to make investments in its core business (election technology), but it is also set to roll out a series of new ventures based on biometrics, online identity verification, internet voting and citizen participation, e-governance and pollution control.”[17]



Following the 2004 Venezuelan recall election, Smartmatic acquired Sequoia Voting Systems, one of the leading US companies in automated voting products[99][100] from the British company De La Rue in 2005.[90] Following this acquisition, U.S. RepresentativeCarolyn B. Maloney requested an investigation to determine whether the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) had followed correct processes to green-light sale of Sequoia to Smartmatic, which was described as having “possible ties to the Venezuelan government”.[101] The request was made after a March 2006 following issues in Chicago and Cook County, where a percentage of the machines involved were manufactured by Sequoia, and Sequoia provided technical assistance, some by a number of Venezuelan nationals flown in for the event.[102]

“In our recent breaking coverage detailing the SEC’s fraud lawsuits filed against Diebold and a number of their top executives — including their former Chief Financial Officer who, as we reported exclusively back in 2007, was the top earner from an apparent insider sell-off at the company just days before its stock would plummet from its all-time high on the announcement of spinning off their troubled election division to a “new” company renamed Premier — we noted that Diebold/Premier’s assets had recently been purchased by a small Canadian firm by the name of Dominion Voting. But Dominion hasn’t stopped there.

As part of a detailed investigative exposé series in 2008, as we broke the story of Hart Intercivic’s quietly attempted hostile takeover of Sequoia, we revealed the fact that — despite representations to the contrary, possibly even to U.S. government investigators — the IP for the vast-majority/near-entirety of Sequoia’s voting systems was actually secretly owned by the Hugo Chavez-tied, Venezuelan-based firm, Smartmatic.“.

Did someone say Smartmatic?

Oh wait….. that’s the company we just talked about founded by 3 Venezuelan engineers with ties to the communist gov’t of that country.

But wait….. it gets even better: Malloch-Brown, who was mentioned above also has ties to:

• The United Nations (he was Deputy Sec. General, in fact).

• The World Bank

• The Economist Magazine (which has been shown to have ties to communist China).

• George Soros

• Russia + former Soviet countries as a consultant

“Sawyer-Miller (1986–1994)

Malloch Brown was the lead international partner at the US-based Sawyer-Miller Group communications consultancy from 1986 to 1994;[8] he ultimately co-owned the Group with three other partners.[10] The Group was among the first communication consultants to use US-style election campaign methods for foreign governments, companies, and public policy debates.[11] Malloch Brown “worked extensively on privatisation and other economic reform issues with leaders in Eastern Europe and Russia”.[10]

And Dominion also hired Sequoia’s VP Edwin Smith – who had previously threatened Princeton computer scientists commissioned by the State of New Jersey to analyze the electronic voting machines made by Sequoia after voting irregularities were found in that state.

Peter Neffenger – Former US Coast Guard Vice Admiral + TSA – Now Chairman of Smartmatic

Peter Neffenger is now the Chairman of Smartmatic. He’s former USCG, but also served as the head of TSA 2015-2017. What’s odd about Neffenger is he’s also a Harvard grad.

So the real question here is: Why is a military man + former TSA head such as Neffenger involved with a company with former ties to a communist country? And why is he connected with electronic voting? He seems to be a transportation guy, not a computer scientist. And why are both Smartmatic and Dominion tied to Venezuela and its late communist dictator? Why did Chavez have rights to the voting tech IP? Why does a supposedly western company such as Dominion need that tech. Did Chavez or Sequoia hold US patents on the tech?

Staple Street Capital

Staple Street Capital funded the companies that pulled off this heist and election machine fraud. And surprise, surprise, SSC was associated with The Carlyle Group – a firm which the late globalist George Herbert Walker Bush was on the board of. In other words, globalists.


So in conclusion, many of the voting machines used in America are either made by, bought from, or associated with mass criminality or communism: Sequoia and Smartmatic were/are essentially Venezuelan, Diebold was US but was corrupt to the core and full of fraud which the SEC prosecuted. Diebold was later sold to Dominion as was Sequoia. And most all of it is tied to either UN/World Bank globalists, or the Clinton Foundation, or Diane Feinstein, or other globalist/communists.

Our elections appear to have been captured by foreign powers via compromised voting machines.

We need new Federal laws banning all foreign voting machines, foreign software, and even foreign companies involved in their creation, foreign founders and other international interests who can corrupt our elections.

There is absolutely nothing stopping any foreign nationals from forming US companies to make voting equipment which can be used to compromise US elections.

Oh what a tangled web we weave……..

Stalin, if here were still alive, would be incredulous at what has happened to the US.

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