Clinton Foundation, Nancy Pelosi, and Antifa: the dark history of Dominion Voting Systems that Big Tech is censoring
11/20/2020 / By Ethan Huff
So much is being revealed about the slithery tentacles of Dominion Voting Systems that there is no longer any doubt that its use facilitated election fraud. Anyone trying to find the truth on platforms like Facebook or Wikipedia, however, will not be able to do so because of mass censorship.
The fact that Nancy Pelosi’s longtime chief of staff is tied to Dominion makes no difference to Wikipedia, which also refuses to publish information about how Dianne Feinstein’s husband is a majority shareholder in the company.
You will also be hard-pressed to learn anything about Eric Coomer, Dominion’s vice president of U.S. engineering, on Facebook, which has prohibited its users from sharing articles like this one that expose him as a militant member of Antifa who wants President Trump to be removed from office.
If you do not believe us, try sharing this article on Facebook and watch what happens. Even Messenger does not allow stories like this one to be shared with others because Big Tech is threatened by all content that questions official leftist narratives and mainstream media talking points.
Consequently, the average American will probably never hear about how massive ballot “dumps” took place in nearly every key swing state during the witching hour on Nov. 4. Dominion also reportedly swapped votes between Trump and Biden when nobody was looking, or so the election riggers thought.
“Wikipedia has deleted most of Dominion’s history,” reports Humans are Free. “I visited the page a few days ago and read about its origins in Venezuela … If you go to the Wikipedia page today, that history is gone and in its place are accusations against QAnon. At the ‘view history’ page, you can see dozens of recent changes since the election.”
Bisexual leftist woman controls what gets published at Wikipedia
The individual responsible for keeping a lid on the truth about Dominion at Wikipedia is an editor named Molly White, who is bisexual, far-left, and only recently graduated from college.
With White in charge, Wikipedia will never tell any real truth about Dominion, and instead “fact check” every unsavory revelation to the point that people perusing the entry will be left with the impression that Dominion is an honest and laudable corporation.
Nothing could be further from the truth, however, as Dominion systems are so prone to hacking and fraud that the Office of the Texas Secretary of State refused to certify it for use in any of the state’s elections.
Had Dominion systems been installed in Texas prior to the 2020 election, chances are Biden would have “won” there just like he supposedly did in Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, all states that Team Trump is contesting for fraud.
“The examiner reports identified multiple hardware and software issues that preclude the Office of the Texas Secretary of State from determining that the Democracy Suite 5.5-A system satisfies each of the voting-system requirements set forth in the Texas Election Code,” the office concluded back in January of this year.
“Specifically, the examiner reports raise concerns about whether the Democracy Suite 5.5-A system is suitable for its intended purpose; operates efficiently and accurately; and is safe from fraudulent or unauthorized manipulation.”
Keep in mind that Dominion admitted in court to using “Chinese-made gear” in its systems, raising even more questions about what these systems are truly designed to accomplish. Fair and honest elections, it turns out, are not part of their intended design.
Dominion has further been exposed for its ties to the Clinton Foundation’s DELIAN project, which says even more about who is behind the fraud.
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