Media Blackout: Clinton Linked Buyer Just Bought Third Largest Voting Machine Maker In US

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Media Blackout:
Clinton Linked Buyer Just Bought Third Largest Voting Machine Maker In US

The media is silent on this massive sale that impacts a number of red states.

24 Nov 2020 ~~ By Geirgette

In a story that has been silently sailing under the radar, the son of a Clinton associate (who happened to distribute the false dossier against President Trump) has just purchased the third largest manufacturer of voting machines in the United States.
If this doesn’t sound like a ‘coincidence,’ many experts argue that nothing done by Clinton connections is happenstance.
In Policy reported on the colossal sale:
The question of who owns voting machines and the software they run on has resurfaced since the Nov. 3 election with the Trump campaign pointing fingers at Smartmatic, which was started by three Venezuelans.
One company that has escaped scrutiny thus far is Hart InterCivic, the third-largest maker of voting machines in the United States, which makes the voting machines used in seven Indiana counties: Cass, Gibson, Harrison, Monroe, Ohio, Washington and Wayne, as well as several counties in southern Michigan, two in Pennsylvania and many in California and Texas.
In 2011, Hart InterCivic was purchased by a Miami-based private equity firm called HIG and in July was sold to a group backed by Enlightenment Capital.
Enlightenment Capital is an investment company founded in 2012 by Devin Talbott, age 44, and defense expert Pierre Chao. It is based in Chevy Chase, Maryland, a wealthy suburb of Washington, D.C.
~]snip]~
No one was answering calls at the Indiana Secretary of State’s Election Division on Tuesday, and a junior staffer who returned a call said he didn’t know whether the state, which certifies and approves voting machines for use by counties, ever inquires as to who owns the companies that make the machines.
Hart InterCivic voting machines are used in the entire state of Hawaii and in select counties in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, California, Texas, New Jersey, Washington, Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri and Idaho.

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Once again the Quisling Fifth Coulmn Media has conspired to censor latest and true information to the people.
 

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Fake news! Never happened!

CNN never aired it, so there!

Oh, and don't try posting anywhere on social media or George Soros will make it disappear.
 

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Media Blackout:
Clinton Linked Buyer Just Bought Third Largest Voting Machine Maker In US

The media is silent on this massive sale that impacts a number of red states.

24 Nov 2020 ~~ By Geirgette

In a story that has been silently sailing under the radar, the son of a Clinton associate (who happened to distribute the false dossier against President Trump) has just purchased the third largest manufacturer of voting machines in the United States.
If this doesn’t sound like a ‘coincidence,’ many experts argue that nothing done by Clinton connections is happenstance.
In Policy reported on the colossal sale:
The question of who owns voting machines and the software they run on has resurfaced since the Nov. 3 election with the Trump campaign pointing fingers at Smartmatic, which was started by three Venezuelans.
One company that has escaped scrutiny thus far is Hart InterCivic, the third-largest maker of voting machines in the United States, which makes the voting machines used in seven Indiana counties: Cass, Gibson, Harrison, Monroe, Ohio, Washington and Wayne, as well as several counties in southern Michigan, two in Pennsylvania and many in California and Texas.
In 2011, Hart InterCivic was purchased by a Miami-based private equity firm called HIG and in July was sold to a group backed by Enlightenment Capital.
Enlightenment Capital is an investment company founded in 2012 by Devin Talbott, age 44, and defense expert Pierre Chao. It is based in Chevy Chase, Maryland, a wealthy suburb of Washington, D.C.
~]snip]~
No one was answering calls at the Indiana Secretary of State’s Election Division on Tuesday, and a junior staffer who returned a call said he didn’t know whether the state, which certifies and approves voting machines for use by counties, ever inquires as to who owns the companies that make the machines.
Hart InterCivic voting machines are used in the entire state of Hawaii and in select counties in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, California, Texas, New Jersey, Washington, Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri and Idaho.

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Once again the Quisling Fifth Coulmn Media has conspired to censor latest and true information to the people.
Your link should be sent to every news station and major newspapers.
 
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Media Blackout:
Clinton Linked Buyer Just Bought Third Largest Voting Machine Maker In US

The media is silent on this massive sale that impacts a number of red states.

24 Nov 2020 ~~ By Geirgette

In a story that has been silently sailing under the radar, the son of a Clinton associate (who happened to distribute the false dossier against President Trump) has just purchased the third largest manufacturer of voting machines in the United States.
If this doesn’t sound like a ‘coincidence,’ many experts argue that nothing done by Clinton connections is happenstance.
In Policy reported on the colossal sale:
The question of who owns voting machines and the software they run on has resurfaced since the Nov. 3 election with the Trump campaign pointing fingers at Smartmatic, which was started by three Venezuelans.
One company that has escaped scrutiny thus far is Hart InterCivic, the third-largest maker of voting machines in the United States, which makes the voting machines used in seven Indiana counties: Cass, Gibson, Harrison, Monroe, Ohio, Washington and Wayne, as well as several counties in southern Michigan, two in Pennsylvania and many in California and Texas.
In 2011, Hart InterCivic was purchased by a Miami-based private equity firm called HIG and in July was sold to a group backed by Enlightenment Capital.
Enlightenment Capital is an investment company founded in 2012 by Devin Talbott, age 44, and defense expert Pierre Chao. It is based in Chevy Chase, Maryland, a wealthy suburb of Washington, D.C.
~]snip]~
No one was answering calls at the Indiana Secretary of State’s Election Division on Tuesday, and a junior staffer who returned a call said he didn’t know whether the state, which certifies and approves voting machines for use by counties, ever inquires as to who owns the companies that make the machines.
Hart InterCivic voting machines are used in the entire state of Hawaii and in select counties in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, California, Texas, New Jersey, Washington, Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri and Idaho.

Comment:
Once again the Quisling Fifth Coulmn Media has conspired to censor latest and true information to the people.
Your link should be sent to every news station and major newspapers.

Would it make any difference? CNN and MSNBC would only bury it in deepest part of the Marianas Trench.
 

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Media Blackout:
Clinton Linked Buyer Just Bought Third Largest Voting Machine Maker In US

The media is silent on this massive sale that impacts a number of red states.

24 Nov 2020 ~~ By Geirgette

In a story that has been silently sailing under the radar, the son of a Clinton associate (who happened to distribute the false dossier against President Trump) has just purchased the third largest manufacturer of voting machines in the United States.
If this doesn’t sound like a ‘coincidence,’ many experts argue that nothing done by Clinton connections is happenstance.
In Policy reported on the colossal sale:
The question of who owns voting machines and the software they run on has resurfaced since the Nov. 3 election with the Trump campaign pointing fingers at Smartmatic, which was started by three Venezuelans.
One company that has escaped scrutiny thus far is Hart InterCivic, the third-largest maker of voting machines in the United States, which makes the voting machines used in seven Indiana counties: Cass, Gibson, Harrison, Monroe, Ohio, Washington and Wayne, as well as several counties in southern Michigan, two in Pennsylvania and many in California and Texas.
In 2011, Hart InterCivic was purchased by a Miami-based private equity firm called HIG and in July was sold to a group backed by Enlightenment Capital.
Enlightenment Capital is an investment company founded in 2012 by Devin Talbott, age 44, and defense expert Pierre Chao. It is based in Chevy Chase, Maryland, a wealthy suburb of Washington, D.C.
~]snip]~
No one was answering calls at the Indiana Secretary of State’s Election Division on Tuesday, and a junior staffer who returned a call said he didn’t know whether the state, which certifies and approves voting machines for use by counties, ever inquires as to who owns the companies that make the machines.
Hart InterCivic voting machines are used in the entire state of Hawaii and in select counties in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, California, Texas, New Jersey, Washington, Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri and Idaho.

Comment:
Once again the Quisling Fifth Coulmn Media has conspired to censor latest and true information to the people.
Your link should be sent to every news station and major newspapers.
Where they will put you on an NSA list of US terrorists and flush the story down the commode.
 

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