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Why did the Queensland Premier send the electoral roll to China before the state election?
Tracing through the lineage of Dominion Voting Systems and its Sequoia software platform reveals that the true controller behind the attempted theft of the 2020 presidential election is none other than communist China. The diligent freedom fighters over at GNews conducted a forensic analysis of Dominion, Sequoia and other corporate partners, revealing that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the Democrat Party – these are one and the same, it turns out – rigged the 2020 election to produce a false “win” for Joe Biden, its candidate of choice. In 1984, 12 years after it was established as a capital company in California, Sequoia acquired the American Automatic Voting Machine Corporation (AVM), an automatic voting machine company.
AVM was later reorganized into Sequoia Voting Systems (SVS). In March 2005, Smartmatic acquired SVS and contributed to the updating of its voting system software.
Smartmatic, as we reported, was co-founded in Venezuela back in 1997 for the purpose of rigging that country’s election for then-President Hugo Chávez. It is important to note that Smartmatic was registered in Delaware, Joe Biden’s home state, in April 2000. It later transferred ownership to current Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, though it is actually run by the CCP, which uses Maduro as its “bagman.” Connecting the dots, Smartmatic is run by the CCP, and since Smartmatic also owns SVS, both companies are run by the CCP. And with these companies running elections in more than half of American states, the 2020 election was thus run by the CCP.
“Sequoia Capital helps the CCP control Sequoia Voting Systems to realize its ambition to manipulate the American political arena, and the CCP pays it back through the exchange of capital interests,” reports GNews.
As more news develops about the rigged 2020 election, we will keep you informed about it at Trump.news.
Carlyle’s Rubenstein along with the CCP overrode voters in selecting Biden as “president”
Through a series of investment shifts and acquisitions, Sequoia was able to directly enter the Chinese market in September 2005, acquiring about half of China’s internet companies, as well as the Chinese marketplaces Alibaba and JD.com. In 2010, Smartmatic sold SVS to Dominion Voting Systems, which eight years later was acquired by the private equity firm Staple Street Capital (SPC). The largest shareholder of SPC is David Mark Rubenstein, who is also a co-founder of the Carlyle Group.
The Carlyle Group entered China in 1994, fast becoming one of the earliest, largest and most active global investment companies in the communist Chinese regime. In 2017, Carlyle acquired a 19.9 percent stake in China Pacific Insurance Company, making it the first international private equity firm to be approved by the CCP for investment into a state-owned insurance company. In 2015, Carlyle expanded its Chinese portfolio by acquiring a controlling stake in Tongyi Lubricant.
Two years later, Carlyle partnered with CITIC Limited and CITIC Capital to acquire an 80 percent stake in McDonald’s in both mainland China and Hong Kong. That same year, Carlyle and its partners invested in Adicon, one of the largest third-party independent medical testing companies in China. What this means is that a wealthy Jewish investor is overseeing a portfolio of companies and corporate influences that, in essence, stole the election for Biden with the help of the communist Chinese regime.
And this is what the Democrats are calling an “honest election.” “It is not difficult to see that the actual controller of Dominion is the Carlyle Group, which is inextricably linked to the CCP. The CCP gained control of Dominion by opening up core resource companies to the Carlyle Group. Controlling Dominion Voting Systems controls the votes of Americans, thus controlling America’s political arena and the United States itself.” Sources for this article include: Gnews.org NaturalNews.com
Before you start a war you first withdraw your ambassadors
by Jeremy Goldkorn, September 14, 2020
Terry Branstad, the Trump-appointed U.S. Ambassador to China, who began his tenure in 2017, has abruptly resigned to work on the U.S. president’s reelection campaign.
…………….Branstad first met Xí Jìnpíng ??? in 1985, when the American was serving his first term as the governor of Iowa, and the man who is now China’s leader was an official from Hebei Province leading an official delegation to its “sister state.”
The long relationship led to speculation that Branstad would have special access to Xi, or be in a position to act as ballast in the bilateral relationship. Even the Communist Party’s house newspaper, the People’s Daily, called (in Chinese) Branstad “an old friend of the Chinese people.”
Whether this was true or not, the relationship is now on the rocks, and there are precious few bilateral channels of communication that are still open. The “old friend” is going home.
The last week has been tense.
Diplomatic tensions between China and the U.S. have been high for many months, and have ratcheted up in recent days:
Last week, the People’s Daily refused to publish an article by Branstad on “reciprocity,” saying that the piece was not up to the Party newspaper’s high standards. The U.S. Department of State responded with a note on “The hypocrisy of the PRC’s propaganda system.”
On Friday, China announced “reciprocal restrictions” against U.S. diplomats, after Washington announced new restrictions on staff working for Beijing’s foreign missions.
Today, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman claimed, without elaborating, “The U.S. diplomatic envoys have recently been meeting East Turkestan forces and blatantly supporting terrorist and separatist forces, which clearly exposes their double standard on counterterrorism.” He was answering a question about a U.S. State Department webpage on human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
There were many other sources of tensions over the summer — notably, in July, the U.S. demanded the shuttering of China’s consulate in Houston, alleging that it was a center of “illegal spying.” China shut the U.S. consulate in Chengdu in response…………..