My wife Kathleen wrote this post.
Sidney Powell says she will prove that the Dominion Voting System was created to produce altered voting results in Venezuela and was then shipped internationally to provide altered votes for purchase.
Her conclusions track remarkably with points made by Democratic Alderman Edward M. Burke of Chicago – in 2006. An earlier incarnation of today’s Dominion system, the machines purchased for Chicago were marketed as Smartmatic and Sequoia Voting Systems. I was employed as a ballot integrity coordinator in Chicago at the time. Here is what I observed:
Marketed as an American company, the press releases only listed “Sequoia” (excluding “Smartmatic”) but featured a Caracas dateline. I once saw the dateline change from Caracas to a Californian city as I read a press release online.
Venezuelans were highly involved in the primary in two ways. The support technicians responsible for hardware and software regulation were all Venezuelan nationals. On the other hand, there were Venezuelan refugees who warned us of the irregularities that the machines would produce. I had contact with both.
Following a chaotic primary in which there were widespread instances of machine malfunctions and inaccurate tallies, I was asked to witness a repair made by the tech team. They insisted that the machine worked perfectly even when the tally of the tape diverged from the internal tally. We judges refused to certify the result.
The machines were rejected for the November general election. Officials of the Democratic National Committee and The Republican National Committee in Washington, DC were made aware of the election interference concerns.
It is remarkable that the intelligence agencies, who have screamed about Russian interference in 2016 – 2017, have been silent on the danger to American security posed by these machines. Alderman Burke was mocked for his “conspiracy theory” in 2006. Will his theory be confirmed as fact in 2020?
At the bottom, there is a news report of the hearing published by ABC local in Chicago.