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You are incorrect.

Soros does not own the company that makes voting machine. But a board member of his company owns the company that makes Smartmatic voting machine.

Search Smartmatic and learn what they look like and if you get one ask for a paper ballot.

I believe they will be used in 16 states...BE SMART VOTERS
 

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Smartmatic had claimed it provided machines to Arizona, California, Colorado, Washington, D.C., Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin — it has since pulled that information off its website.

They are definitely in many of the battleground states.
 

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Sounds like it will be a fair process as I'm sure no pressure is being applied, YEA, RIGHHHHT! surprise they haven't declared the winner already ,as the have the totals now.
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Think back, nothing new. Been that way the last 2 elections, so as Paul Harvey says, now you know the rest of the story.
 

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Does not matter. they just hide the whole ballot box like what happened here a while ago. They found a dozen boxes with ballots in them 6 years after the election took place. Always find ways to beat the system. Perhaps a retina scan, fingerprint and photo and a DNA sample ? The inherent weak link is in the actual counting and tallying
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Uh, I think you get a paper ballot, then put it in the machine to be counted.

What was fake on the Internet this election: George Soros’s voting machines
This is refuted by a liberal source...trustworthy.

Soros does not own the company Smartmatic. The person who does sits on the board of one of Soros companies and gets a few hundred thousand dollars a year for his time. Not shady in the least bit.

Now for the rest of the story. Because of some of the back lash of Soros involvement some places ditched the Smartmatic and replace them with Dominion equipment.

Smartmatic had a company by the name of Sequoia and Sequoia was sold to Dominion. Dominion did not acquire the IP addresses of the machines, Smartmatic still owns the IP addresses.

Paper ballots you say? Dominion has that covers too. They provide optical scanners that tabulate the paper ballots.

Dominion is also a $50,000 donor to the Clinton campaign.
 
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