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Betsy McCaughey: More Investigation Needed for Soros-Linked Voting Machine Firm

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By    |   Tuesday, 25 October 2016 08:24 AM

More investigation is needed to be made into Smartmatic, a British voting machine company that is "very involved" with billionaire George Soros' "left wing globalist enterprises," Trump surrogate Betsy McCaughey said Tuesday.

"They bought a company in California," McCaughey told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program, describing Smartmatic as being one of the "top companies" involved in Soros' activities that are "trying to tilt elections in Europe and in the United States . . . We can go on with the details, but we need more investigation of this."

Smartmatic itself has noted that its machines will not be in use in the U.S. elections, and denies any involvement with Soros or political parties. Further, the company points out that it is "100 percent privately owned" and that Soros has never any ownership stake in the firm, which moved to London from Florida to service its global interests.

However, show anchor Steve Doocy told McCaughey, referring to a U.S. diplomatic cable, that machines used in Venezuela's elections are "suspected of though never proven conclusively to be susceptible to fraud. The machines contacted the server before printing results providing the opportunity at least to change the results and defeat the rudimentary checks set up."

McCaughey said there is already an "airtight case against Soros to tilt this election," as he's "very close to Hillary Clinton."

"He's pouring millions of dollars into third-party organizations like a super PAC called Priorities USA," she said. "Those groups are performing dirty tricks as the election approaches."

McCaughey went on to speak of a complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission last week that outlines that "George Soros' group" is violating the law, calling it "pathetic."

"Mentally ill people and homeless people to show up at Trump events, cause violence," she alleged. "They're handing them homemade looking signs . . . It's the same thing he did in the parliamentary election. We've seen this playbook before."

Such actions are "disturbing" taken along with "media complicity" from outlets such as "The New York Times, [which] has disavowed any journalistic standards," she contended.

Fact checkers with The Washington Post and other outlets, though, say claims that Soros is rigging the election through voting machines is an internet hoax.

"It's easy to see how this one spun out of control, because there is a (tenuous, mundane) connection between Soros and the London-based technology company," writes the Post, noting that Smartmatic's chariman, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, sits on one of the boards of the Open Society Foundations, a philanthropic organization founded by Soros.

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More investigation is needed to be made into Smartmatic, a British voting machine company that is "very involved" with billionaire George Soros' left wing globalist enterprises, Trump surrogate Betsy McCaughey said Tuesday.
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Tuesday, 25 October 2016 08:24 AM
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