Smartmatic Denies Connections to Dominion Voting Systems, But We Have PROOF They Do!
Smartmatic is trying to distance themselves from Dominion Voting Systems entirely.
The truth is that they are very much associated with one another and we have proof!
Smartmatic posted a tweet denouncing any association between Smartmatic and Dominion.
Against false statements, the facts: Smartmatic does not own Dominion Voting Systems and has never provided Dominion with any technology. Smartmatic has never had ties with any government or political group anywhere in the world #elections2020 bit.ly/2IEc1eo
Against false statements, the facts: Smartmatic does not own Dominion Voting Systems and has never provided Dominion with any technology. Smartmatic has never had ties with any government or political group anywhere in the world #elections2020 https://t.co/tpEMDgLu9V
— Smartmatic (@smartmatic) November 14, 2020
This, however, is an absolute lie. It is so brazen of them to even say something like this, because we have definitive evidence that they have provided Dominion with technology.
In 2007, Sequoia Voting Systems made an announcement of a new corporate ownership. In the statement they put out of this partnership, here is a portion of what they said:
“The investment group, led by Sequoia President & CEO Jack Blaine and company Chief Financial Officer Peter McManemy, purchased Sequoia from former parent company Smartmatic Corporation for an undisclosed sum. As with most transactions involving two private entities, the specific terms of the sale are not being disclosed. However, this transaction does include investment by the management team, a small loan and an earn-out. This scenario provides an excellent financial structure for Sequoia to leverage and completely eliminates Smartmatic’s ownership, control and operational rights of any kind in Sequoia.”
So they did own it! Smartmatic sold Sequoia.
This has of course been deleted from the internet, but you can’t just delete things from the internet anymore. It is very difficult to completely scrub the internet of something. It has been archived and you can still read the original here.
Furthermore, Dominion themselves then purchased assets of Sequoia Voting Systems. Here is a portion of the statement that Dominion released:
“Dominion Voting Systems Corporation today announced that it has acquired the assets of Sequoia Voting Systems, a major U.S. provider of voting solutions serving nearly 300 jurisdictions in 16 states. As part of the transaction, Dominion has acquired Sequoia’s inventory and all intellectual property, including software, firmware and hardware, for Sequoia’s precinct and central count optical scan and DRE voting solutions, including BPS, WinEDS, Edge, Edge2, Advantage, Insight, InsightPlus and 400C systems.”
They of course have tried to delete this as well, but you can find the archived statement here.
So we clearly have a tie between Dominion, Sequoia, and Smartmatic. They act like they are complete strangers when they are very much associated with one another. So while they may claim to not be connected to one another, they just used a middle man to try and hide it.
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