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Smartmatic Group, a UK-based electronic voting corporation, will be providing its voting machine technology to the Electoral Commissions of 307 counties in 16 states on Nov. 8 — including five swing states.
George Soros sits on Smartmatic's Board of Trustees. And the chairman of Smartmatic's board, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, was once the vice chairman of Soros' Investment Funds.
There is an obvious conflict of interest with Soros' affiliation. The hedge fund billionaire has donated upwards of $9.2 million to Democratic super PACs and to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during this election cycle. [Editor's Note: We've long covered Soros' attempts to influence the U.S. election — like the time he sprinkled Dem think tanks nationwide with a whopping $27 million…]
Here's a list of states that will be using Smartmatic's machines…
George Soros Voting Machine Will Be in These 16 States
According to Smartmatic's website, they supply voting machines in the following states, five of which are swing states:
- Colorado (swing state)
- District of Columbia
- Florida (swing state)
- Michigan (swing state)
- New Jersey
- Nevada (swing state)
- Wisconsin (swing state)
George Soros' political largesse knows no bounds. He spent on the liberal agenda this election like never before.
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