Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, who is a board member of the Soros Investment Group and also on his Open Society Group, who funded the Ferguson riots as well as the insurgency against Donald Trump will be in charge of Tuesday’s online voting for Tuesday’s Utah Open Caucus. Malloch-Brown is a citizen of the UK and one has to wonder why he would be in charge of the voting in the United States, especially given that his boss George Soros is trying to scuttle Donald Trump’s presidential ambitions. I predict right now that Ted Cruz wins Utah by 40% of the vote. Let me know what you think of that prediction.
The Wall Street Journal, owned by Soros’ twin brother, Rupert Murdoch called Tuesday’s online voting the largest of it’s kind in US history. The WSJ reported:
Utah residents will have the option of casting ballots in the Republican presidential contest using computers, tablets, and smartphones next week. …
Online “polls” will be open between 7:00 a.m. and 11 p.m. on March 22. Voters will get a receipt that will verify that their vote was recorded correctly. The state party declined to release the number of online voter registrations that it has received. …
“We expect all the jurisdictions across the U.S. to take notice and to look at this experience as something to study and, hopefully, follow,” said Antonio Mugica, founder and chief executive of Smartmatic Group, an election-equipment vendor that is running the Utah election.
Mysteriously, (Or not so mysteriously) the WSJ failed to mention that the chairman of the board is Malloch-Brown and his connection to Murdoch’s twin brother.
Here is the biography of Malloch-Brown:
Mark Malloch-Brown is a former number two in the United Nations as well as having served in the British Cabinet and Foreign Office. He now sits in the House of Lords and is active both in business and in the non-profit world. He also remains deeply involved in international affairs.
Mark served as Deputy Secretary-General and Chief of Staff of the UN under Kofi Annan. For six years before that he was Administrator of the UNDP, leading the UN’s development efforts around the world. He was later Minister of State in the Foreign Office, covering Africa and Asia, and was a member of Gordon Brown’s cabinet.
Other positions have included vice-chairman of George Soros’s Investment Funds, as well as his Open Society Institute, a Vice-President at the World Bank and the lead international partner at Sawyer Miller, a political consulting firm. He also has served as Vice-Chairman of the World Economic Forum. He began his career as a journalist at The Economist.
Doesn’t that fill you with confidence that the vote will be fair? I’m telling you, Cruz will not only win, but that he will win by a landslide vote much larger than anyone is predicting. Mark my words. 40 points.
To make my point even more clearly, here is what Barack Obama wants to see in America. Speaking at the South by Southwest technology and music festival, Obama said he would like to see online voting become a permanent fixture in voting…………as long as it’s run by George Soros.
Mugica of SmartMatic agreed (And why wouldn’t he?)
“President Obama’s call was surprising in only one respect—that it caused a stir.”
“In a world where we can buy a house, take a degree course, and access government services online, it does not make sense that elections don’t use tried and tested technology. I agree with the President. The future of democracy is digital.”
Obama formed the Presidential Commission on Election Administration to examine new methods of
cheating stealing elections making conservative votes irrelevant. oh, heck, making sure liberals win. Here are their recommendations:
Software-only products can be integrated with off-the-shelf commercial hardware components such as computers, laptops, tablets, scanners, printers, and even machine-readable code scanners and signature pad products.
Tablet computers such as iPads are common components of these new technologies. They can be integrated into the check-in, voting, and verification processes in the polling place.
members of the commission shrugged off suggestions that the voting could be hacked, citing the fact that they would not need to hack the voting since they are already the ones deciding who wins, regardless of the votes. Currently, SmartMatic tabulates the vote totals in US elections but they cannot control who wins that way since the precincts count the votes and SmartMatic merely adds them up. Precinct chiefs for both parties can check to make sure SmartMatic’s counts are accurate, but with online voting, there is no way to catch a crooked election, because only SmartMatic ever sees the actual votes.
‘It doesn’t matter who votes, it matters who counts the votes.’ Josef Stalin