Hundreds of thousands of Americans learned today that Dominion Voting Systems has connections to Venezuela, George Soros, and the Clintons. The source of these revelations is hilarious because they were attempting to debunk claims about questionable ties to criminal enterprises both foreign and domestic. It was CNN. Their intention was to keep the voter fraud company in the shadows, but instead they exposed them even further.
As Mindy Robinson noted on Twitter, “They literally prove it’s true trying to prove it’s ‘false.'”
Check out the mental gymnastics CNN fact checkers did trying to run defense on the Dominion Voting scam bombshell. No one’s talking about “corporate ties” on paper, we’re talking about them simply working together.
They literally prove it’s true trying to prove it’s “false.”🤦🏼♀️ pic.twitter.com/keMKXLv03G
— Mindy Robinson 🇺🇸 (@iheartmindy) November 21, 2020
The “fact-check” they ran pertained to claims made during a press conference held by President Trump’s attorneys detailing how they were moving forward with efforts to provide a lawful conclusion to the presidential election. One of the attorneys, Sidney Powell, brought up Dominion Voting Systems and their ties to Venezuela, George Soros, and the Clintons.
How did CNN handle the claims? By “debunking” it through technicalities. They didn’t try to pretend like there were no connections between the fraudulent voting system and leftist criminal groups. Instead, they said there was essentially no legally binding, official ties. Then, they revealed that there are clearly ties, just as Powell said in the conference. From their fact-check:
Powell claimed that widely used voting machines from the election technology company Dominion Voting Systems featured software created “at the direction” of former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to swing his own election results, and that the company has ties to the Clinton Foundation and Soros. Facts first: None of this is true. Dominion has no corporate ties with Venezuela, the Clinton Foundation or Soros.
They have “no corporate ties,” according to CNN. We’ll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume that Venezuela, the Clintons, and Soros are not collectively stupid enough to establish official corporate ties and a verifiable paper trail with a company they use to illegally change votes.
To CNN’s credit, they did acknowledge that there are ties between all of these organizations and people, albeit wording it all in a way that makes it sound completely legit. “Nothing to see here” is the vibe they unsuccessfully attempted to portray. As we see from the article, Dominion is connected to Venezuela…
Smartmatic was founded in Florida by two Venezuelans, and did provide election technology to the Venezuelan government.
Dominion is connected to the Clintons…
While Dominion did agree to donate its technology to “emerging democracies” as part of a program run by the Clinton Foundation in 2014, according to the foundation’s website, Dominion said in its statement that it has “no company ownership relationships” with the foundation.
Dominion is connected to George Soros…
And while the chairman of the board of Smartmatic’s parent company is also on the board of a foundation run by Soros, Open Society Foundations, Soros himself is not involved in either company.
We should all thank CNN for verifying Dominion Voting System’s connections to George Soros, the Clinton Foundation, and Venezuela during their clumsy attempt to debunk it all.
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