On the Thursday after the election day, Republicans in Michigan claimed that a glitch in the election software in one county placed 6,000 votes meant for the Republicans to the Democrats.
The Dominion software was created by Smartmatic, which is run by Lord Mark Malloch Brown, who works for George Soros.
According to Kyle Becker, “the Dominion election software is used in 30 states including swing states Nevada, Arizona, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, and Pennsylvania”.
Some engineers from the company have also contributed to some Democrat organizations. In contrast, one person from the company donated to President Trump, but her LinkedIn account doesn’t list her as having ever worked there.
Additionally, Attorney Sidney Powell sat down for an interview at Fox News and said regarding the software, “That’s putting it mildly. The computer glitches could not and should not have happened at all.”
Powell says that an audit of all the “computer systems that played any role in this fraud whatsoever” is needed.
According to a report from Fox News, House Speaker Nany Pelosi’s chief of staff is a key executive at the company that made the Dominion election software. Richard Blom, Senator Feinstein’s husband, is also a significant shareholder of the company.
In response to this, Powell claims that the Democrats’ interest in the voting software is that they’re “using it to commit this fraud to steal votes.”