The Director of Smartmatic, an electronic voting systems company, has admitted that the software has been stealing elections in Venezuela.
According to The Gateway Pundit, “Smartmatic has been stealing elections in Venezuela since at least 2004.”
In August of 2017, Smartmatic Director Antonio Mugica admitted that his company’s machines and software created at least one million phantom votes in the national elections in Venezuela.
Mugica also admitted that the fact that election observers were not in the room during the process helped Smartmatic machines steal the election.
Related equipment made by Dominion Voting Systems is used in North Carolina, Nevada, Georgia, Michigan, Arizona and Pennsylvania, all of which are key battleground states this year.
It has been proven that a problem with Dominion software caused approximately 6,000 votes in Antrim County, Michigan to switch from President Trump and Republican Senate candidate John James, to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and Democrat Senator Gary Peters.
According to Townhall, the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a statement last week defending the “integrity” of the 2020 election. The issue with this is that two of the main elections software companies that have been called into question, Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic, sit on CISA.
What are the odds that the CEO of Smartmatic admitted in a press conference in 2017 that their system allowed someone to create 1 million fantom votes in a Venezuelan election?
Election Company: Venezuela Result was Tampered https://t.co/HfvcX2k0EO
— Tracy (@TracyLConnors) November 17, 2020
These statements were made by Antonio Mugica just three years ago.