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Sidney Powell, a member of President Donald Trump’s legal team, on Monday read a statement from a whistleblower alleging Smartmatic’s election software was designed specifically to rig elections and flip votes in favor of a particular candidate. The news comes after Powell stated on Sunday that the Trump Team has direct evidence that the 2020 presidential election was rigged utilizing the software.

“I’ve just gotten some stunning evidence from a first-hand witness, say a high-ranking Military officer who was present when Smartmatic was designed in a way – and I’m just going to read you some of these statements, if you don’t mind,” she told Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs. “So I get them exactly right.”

“From the affidavit – ‘designed in a way the system could change the vote of each voter without being detected. He wanted the software itself to function in such a manner that if the voter were to place their thumbprint or fingerprint on a scanner, then the thumbprint would be tied to a record of the voter’s name and identity as having voter but that voter would not be tracked to the changed vote. He made it clear the system would have to be set up to not leave any evidence to the changed vote for a specific voter and that there would be no evidence to show or contradict the name or thumbprint was going with a changed vote. Smartmatic agreed to create such a system and produce the software and hardware to accomplish the goals of President Chavez.'”

According to the whistleblower, the Smartmatic voting system was implemented in Venezuela in 2006 when President Hugo Chavez defeated Manuel Rosales by nearly six million votes. The creator allegedly observed multiple elections where manipulated results ended up creating landslide victories. The whistleblower claimed the Smartmatic system was used again in 2013 follow Chavez’s death in which Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro came into power.

Powell summarised more of the affidavit, saying the whistleblower sat in a control room where live results were fed as they came in so they could see “whether the voter data was in their favour or against them.”

“‘If one looked at any particular screen they could determine a vote from any specific area or as a national total was going to be against either candidate,'” the whistleblower’s statement alleged.

Now she also said this software was exported all over the world. Who can one ask if it is used here? Would we be told the truth. MMP is designed to NOT allow any single party to get a majority, yet we have Liarbour with over 50 %.
Were these votes counted with Smartmatic software, or are we still doing manual counting?

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  1. Exactly.
    Who does one ask?

    I thought there were some strange results in our election.May be I am totally wrong but these days with the lefties and UN in charge I don’t trust anyone.

    Will National ask questions, ACT ?

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  2. I read somewhere the other day that the Symantic software (so presumably the Dominion machines) was used in the Auckland municipal elections. That might be a good place to start an audit. I won’t hold my breath while the scarecrow is in power though.

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  3. I don’t trust anyone these days and that is a sad indictment on our little country. I too question the election result when it has always been cited as an impossibility under MMP to receive such a landslide.
    #not my prime minister.

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  4. They are looking and coming for you.

    The authorities want us all hooked up to the internet, where the authorities have herded one to have more efficient control one.
    The “tracer app” which is specifically mentioned, not as successful as claimed, and gives warnings about.
    “Digital banking” etc.. etc..
    Then the “push & pull” on you for security.

    The Next Crisis?
    https://youtu.be/cp190eDFltU
    17 mins 34 secs. : Premiered [circa 7:00 am NZ time]
    By “Computing Forever” the animation red head & beard.

    Cyber attack, but their control via such systems as Dominion machines, Smartmatic software, yeah right.
    So our Bank branches are closed down, that now lead to sorting everything out on phone, while you wait, … yeah right.

    Knowing some of this, could be used to really question back on some of our authorities, corporate’s, like councils, banks, governments, that are run on could, could, could, health & safety, precautionary principles, etc., etc..

    Figure where they are bribing us, the “tourist credit” and also Just stop paying them, 🙂

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    • Dave Cullen. Very good.
      I have got a few people onto him.

      AMI closed their branches this year AND cut back the phone hours.
      Used to be to 8pm.
      Turned into complete pricks.
      I waited 40 mins a few months ago.
      They dont answer.
      The taxpayer bailed these pricks out.
      Now owned by Aussie cnuts.

      Banks, insurance, financial services all contracting service.

      Australians have always been total crap for service- qantas, telstra etc
      They have brought this into NZ.

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