What this is really about is enabling the millions of non-citizen, non-resident, non-constituents (who enter America as temporary guest workers) to be allowed to vote in unlimited numbers in order to be allowed to illegally elect open-borders politicians who will do the bidding of the invaders.
These people are not legally allowed to vote under US law, yet they are now forming illegal foreign PACs and groups to force their will on the American people.
These people are illegal domestic terrorists and non-voters. Their illegal racist and foreign PACs must be disbanded immediately.
We need voter law enforcement.
You don’t have the right to vote if you’re not a US Citizen or Permanent Resident.
Email this clown and let them know what you think of them.
Where is the Federal Elections Commision?
Why should you get priority? Your group is violating the Equal Protection clause of the US Constitution, not to mention the US Civil Rights Act. What you are doing is illegal in America. Race-based laws are illegal.
These people do not want equality or equity – they want dominace – for their races only.
You don’t have any right to vote here and you sure don’t have the right to violate our voting laws and illegally influence elections. Just because you broke into America doesn’t mean you have the right to vote.
Law enforcement to prevent election fraud by foreign powers isn’t “draconian”.
These people are engaging in election tampering.
“WASHINGTON — In the wake of recent attacks on voting rights in state legislatures across the country, AAPI Victory Alliance is calling for White House leadership to prioritize meeting with AAPI leaders to address the rising volleys of draconian restrictions. The AAPI population is growing in influence and political power within the American electorate—AAPI voters decide elections—and White House leaders need to ensure all eligible AAPIs have safe and secure access to the ballot box”.
Pay attention to the names, folks.
Antonio Mugica, CEO of Florida-based Smartmatic, said for years he watched as democracy in his native Venezuela was destroyed by lies and conspiracy theories pushed from the highest levels of the country’s socialist government”.
No…….. you’re a communist agent from a failed communist country (Venezuela) trying to rig America’s elections by running a company that makes voting machines + software.
Do you really think we’re that stupid?
No foreign national of any kind should ever be allowed to work in any way on anything releated to US elections – including voting machines + software. But here we are, with a foreign agent from a communist country now running a company in the US to produce the machines.
It’s not who votes who counts – it’s who counts the votes who counts, as Stalin said.
We’ve now got US companies with foreign board members from communist governments now making our voting machines. But don’t worry – there’s no communist conspiracy.
Pay attention to the names, folks.
In the late 1990s, Mugica along with two other Venezuelan colleagues, Alfredo José Anzola and Roger Pinate, created a system where thousands of inputs could be placed into a network simultaneously. Early trials of this system were used on ATMs in Mexico, though after the 2000 United States presidential election, they decided instead to dedicate the system toward electoral functions.
Mugica has been an advocate for electronic and internet voting, election modernization, and digital democracy. Some of his views to bring in technological advancement in elections include: the need to create tools for engaging citizens through voting and participation in the governance process, making voting more accessible, making sure that comprehensive pre- and post-election audits become a common practice, and the significance of investing in research and development in the election technology market.
Smartmatic formed out of the SBC organization that was owned 51% by Smartmatic, 47% Venezuelan state telecommunications organization CANTV and 2% by an affiliated company, Bizta, also owned by the owners of Smartmatic, with a board member from the Bolivarian government during the time an industry-fostering loan from a government institution was in force. In 2004 Smartmatic was granted a contract worth $128 million with the CNE, the government’s elections agency, to acquire its products (an automated voting system, voting machines and support services) for the Regional Elections scheduled for that year’s 2nd semester. But then, after collecting the required number of citizens’ signatures, the 2004 Venezuelan recall referendum was activated to remove Hugo Chávez from the presidency, and Smartmatic had to hastily tailor the Voting System to the changed requirements.
Smartmatic’s election technology has been used in local and national elections in Venezuela, the United States, Belgium, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Chile, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Estonia and the Philippines.