posted on Nov, 22 2020 @ 09:56 AM
The HSBC listing on the patents in question lists the Toronto, Canada branch of HSBC Bank. The bank’s headquarters is in Hong Kong, a formerly
independent zone that was absorbed into greater China this year. The 18 patents are all directly related to the handling of ballots and votes through
the counting process. Dominion Voting Systems is a Canadian based company with questionable history that includes roots in election rigging of South
Dominion Voting Systems are used in more than 30 US States and in Michigan the system is used in more than half of all counties. Dominion has a
widespread footprint across the country and as part of the contracted duties they even supply workers to operate the machines. That’s right, a
foreign company is hiring workers to count votes in more than half of the USA’s polling sites.
The company has a contract partnership with Smartmatics. Smartmatics is also foreign based and operates servers in Frankfurt, Germany and Barcelona,
Spain. Smartmatics is in charge of collecting and indexing all of the tabulation data from the polling sites. They then combine the data into more
complete results that are sent back for certification. US Elections are being calculated in the middle of Europe. This is a violation of US election
law but more importantly it calls into question the validity of the results if the chain of custody is lost to international handlers.
Foreign investment of any kind into US critical infrastructure is grounds for national security concerns. The electronic voting systems used in the
election process are of the utmost importance for maintaining the integrity of the results and expressing the will of the governed. People around the
world rely on election processes and equipment to accurately carry their will into the political leadership that instructs their daily lives and any
risk to that system must be taken seriously.