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Dominion Voting Systems Linked to Soros, China via Swiss Bank that Paid It $400M in October

Deep-State-tied company is 'one of a select group of emerging managers that have been able to raise capital in the subdued fundraising environment...'

An Texas investigative firm looking into the financial dealings of Dominion Voting Systems said that its parent company had received a $400 million payoff from a Swiss bank with strong ties to the Chinese communist government one month before the US presidential election.

Investigators discovered the payoff in Staple Street Capital’s Form D filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which identified the Union Bank of Switzerland as its Sales Compensation Recipient, the Gateway Pundit reported.

A pair of tweets about the shocking disclosure is no longer available via Twitter.

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Dominion was acquired in 2018 by Staple Street, an equity firm described by one market-watcher in October as being “one of a select group of emerging managers that have been able to raise capital in the subdued fundraising environment.”

That should come as little surprise due to its extensive ties to globalist billionaires and deep-state power-brokers.

Staple Street’s three-person board of directors includes William Kennard, who served as FCC chair under Bill Clinton and later as US ambassador to the European Union under Barack Obama.

Kennard was a key advocate for the Obama-era Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, from which President Donald Trump withdrew in favor of a renegotiated trade deal with China.

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Additionally several sources have suggested direct links between Dominion and radical leftist financier George Soros.

The company is believed to have previously shared office space in Toronto with Soros’s Tides Foundation, and its machines relied upon software licensed from Smartmatic, which is chaired by former British diplomat and longtime Soros pal Mark Malloch–Brown.

Naturally, Soros—a Hungarian-born investor who made billions betting against Western currencies—also has links to UBS, the Swiss investment bank with Chinese investment stakes that gave a major financial boost to Staple Street.

In 2017, Soros Fund Management acquired UBS’s chief investment officer, Dawn Fitzpatrick to serve as its CIO.

And according to the new report by Austin Security and Investigation Solutions, those links came full circle in the conspiracy last month to throw the election for Democrat nominee Joe Biden.

The UBS payment from its Manhattan offices to Dominion was the second payment on record following a December 2014 payment of $200 million, said the report.

In addition to its 24.99% interest in the Chinese UBS Securities, UBS also has investments linked to the four other asset-management companies that held stake in the venture, all of which were reportedly fronts for the Chinese communist government.

Dominion’s chief security officer allegedly has Antifa links and was said to have boasted in a pre-election conference call of having made sure Trump was “not gonna f***ing win.”

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