Dominion Paid By China? For Vote Diddle maybe?

This is an interesting story. From an S.E.C. report via LotusEaters:

SEC Filing: Dominion Received $400 Million From Swiss Account Linked to China.
Josh Ferme
Published an hour ago

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a report stating that Dominion Voting Systems received a payment of $400 million from a Swiss bank account with ties to the Chinese Communist Party.

The payment was made to Staple Street Capital, a middle-market private equity firm based in New York, who acquired Dominion Voting Systems in 2018. The payment was made by UBS Securities LLC, who are a subsidiary company of the Swiss investment bank UBS.


Despite UBS Securities LLC being a New York-based company, three of the four board members are Chinese. One of these board members has worked for the Chinese Communist Party’s central bank and the entirely government-owned Bank of China.


UBS is one of a collection of Western banks which has previously been known to act as a middleman in setting up companies and trusts on behalf of officials of the Chinese Communist Party. It is generally believed that this is done to conceal the original owners of the wealth.

The SEC filing shows Dominion Voting Systems received two payments, $400 million this October and $200 million in 2014 (another election year).
Both from the New York-based subsidiary.

Gee, UBS, money launder much?

Perhaps anticipating a coming scandal, 12 of the 15 UBS board of directors have resigned as of December 6th.

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21 Responses to Dominion Paid By China? For Vote Diddle maybe?

  1. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    Nice summary of Biden “lead” votes vs much larger “disputed & fraudulent” votes by swing States:

    Note that these fraudulent votes are things like dead people, out of State addresses, vacant lot addresses, etc. Not including Dominion Diddle Votes…

  2. David A says:

    “three of the four board members are Chinese.”

    “12 of the 15 UBS board of directors have resigned as of December 6th.”

    Hum? So only the 3 Chinese left??

    Is it possible the 15 did not know of the 600 million transfer. That appears unlikely.

  3. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    @David A:

    Perhaps I was unclear…

    3 of the 4 board members of UBS Securities LLC subsidiary are Chinese.
    12 of the 15 UBS parent company board have resigned.

    Different companies, different boards.

  4. p.g.sharrow says:

    Rats deserting a sinking ship comes to mind. Makes one wonder what frighten them so much?
    In a practical manner, They failed to kill the King. Now retribution is on it’s way as the Kingsmen ride and the rats disappear from sight, they know that the jig is up while their ship begins springing leaks everywhere. The cabal of plotters thought that they were blowing holes in the Conservative ship, were actually perforating their own with every shot, Old Ironsides thick oaken sides have deflected the shot. Mean while distance closes for her broadsides on them. At least the rats know..
    The Trump team are seeking to preserve their man as captain of their Constitution. Meanwhile Sidney Powell and L. Lin Wood are sending out Boarding Parties to capture trinkets and treasure.
    After capture and examination of one Dominion machine, they have now captured a dozen more. What they are finding inside is explaining why the rats are deserting. The machinery is being exposed as the Black Boxes are revealing their construction inside, those Black Boxes are everywhere! as were the rats, creating the illusion of great numbers of fighters ………….
    Now, as patriots are beginning to storm the ship, United States, looking through her timbers, the nests of corruption are beginning to be reveled into the light and they are everywhere !
    Patriots must save that ship and eradicate the rats at the same time. It will be such a waste if they fail. Meanwhile the passengers aboard are still oblivious as they are mesmerized by the clowns that have been entertaining them.
    I think that the numbers of oblivious passengers as well as fighters is a lot lower and the patriots number is a lot larger then was apparent a few weeks ago. The rats have failed…pg

  5. V.P. Elect Smith says:


    Nice allegory.

    I desperately hope you are right. But with RINOs like the Gov of Georgia (or is it Pennsylvania) not calling their house back into session, it’s hard to see the patriots…

    I fear that, should all legal and political means fail to protect the Republic, then the tree of liberty will be dropping leaves and looking malnourished. Demanding a lot of fertilizer…

    I just hope that there’s enough sanity in the Political Class to realize that a Biden POTUS will destroy not just the Republic, but everything they have in life. Rapidly.

    This is their “Kill Shot”. They see it as one desperate last chance to steal control and kill off the opposition. That will not wait 8 years to act. Not even 2.

    Then, with Beijing Biden as China’s bitch, the destruction of the USA will go to “warp speed”…

  6. @EM – I don’t know about the destruction of the Political Class, but I very much see the destruction of the Middle Class under a Biden/Harris administration. They’ll basically end our energy independence, and crank up wars in the Middle East for oil to replace what they did away with here. Energy costs will increase significantly, basically increasing the price of everything (it takes energy to manufacture and transport goods). Speaking of manufacturing, most of that will be off-shored again, so unemployment will go back up. And so will taxes, because how else will we pay for all of those newly minted ‘citizens’ (and Democratic voters) that they plan to let into the country? Free ‘gibs’ for all the disadvantaged, to be paid for by the middle class.

    I suspect there will be a lot of people with ‘buyer’s remorse’. But there will also be a lot who’ll just accept it, thinking that we’ve had it too good for too long so c’est la vie. I just hope Trump has something up his sleeve.

  7. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    @Prez. Elect Pinroot:

    The Political Class only survives and makes a lot of money if those under them survive and have money to give in taxes.

    Who did The French Revolution take to the “French Haircut”? Who did the Russian Revolution take out to the back 40? (or in the basement of the palace…). Who had the most to lose in the Great Depression, stock holders or a grave digger?

    When you have nothing, you have nothing to lose. When you have, say, a big investment in China Shipping and suddenly the Deplorables can’t buy any crap from China anymore, what’s your investment worth?

    That’s the problem with the Left. They do not see dynamic scoring yet the world runs on dynamic events. So they see “China gives me money and I’m invested in China” not seeing that China only sells crap to folks who can buy it. In other words “It’s a bad parasite that kills the host, but most politicians and China are bad parasites.”

  8. p.g.sharrow says:

    If it were just Trump there would be reason to fear. But, there are hundreds of Saboteurs spring out of the woodwork to toss their shoes into the Dark State gears. The MSM thinks that the Trump team is their only opponents to crush, The Trump team is merely one of many and they are all pursuing different lines of attack in different places with different time schedules. Powell and LinWood have different objectives. But they are all striving to break the back of the DarkState and expose them.

  9. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    Texas drops a law suit on Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin with the Supremes contesting their election rules. I think this blocks the Safe Harbor date today…


    In new lawsuit, Texas contests election results in Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania
    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to block the battleground states from casting “unlawful and constitutionally tainted votes” in the Electoral College.
    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing four battleground states — Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — whose election results handed the White House to President-elect Joe Biden.

    In the suit, he claims that pandemic-era changes to election procedures in those states violated federal law, and asks the U.S. Supreme Court to block the states from voting in the Electoral College.

    Tim Pool is on it:

    “Oooh, that’s a big O’…”

  10. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    “Super power” deployed! 8-)

  11. This is interesting:
    Elections Undecided by Midnight are Void & Preempted by Federal Law – Foster v Love (1997; 9-0 Decision)

    Seems someone needs to take this tact and see how things shake out.

  12. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    @P.E. Pinroot:

    Oh, that’s a big one. Yes, absolutely, that needs to be pushed hard, and today.

    December 9, 1844 (Mr. Duncan)), where both the “intention”, and the “object, of the bill were stated:

    “The first section of his bill simply declared what its intention was—that, from and after the passage of this act, all regular stated elections for the choice of electors of President and Vice President of the United States shall be held on the same day, and on one single day, in all the States of the Union.

    “The object of the bill was to prevent frauds at the ballot box as in 1840; but such frauds could not occur in South Carolina, for she elected her electors by her legislature; consequently there was no chance for pipelaying.”

    If not already in that Texas suit, it needs to be added at the first chance in front of the SCOTUS.

  13. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    In fact, that reading of the law needs to be sent, pronto, to the State Legislatures who are wanting a session and the Gov. is saying no. It says THEY have the duty and nobody else, so the Gov. can piss off. But they need to do it NOW.

  14. philjourdan says:

    Makes you wonder if Swalwell’s concubine was on the BOD of DOM.

  15. @EM – Well, I have no idea how to send it to a state legislature (or even what states I would send it to). I have sent it to Sen. Ted Cruz (both on Parler and as an email to his office) as well as the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (who is asking the Supreme Court to intervene in the election). If I was on twitter, I’d send it to Trump, Pence, Guiliani and anybody else I could think of. It would be nice if others would put it out there, hopefully it would get the attention of someone who would know what to do.

  16. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    Thanks, Pinroot!

    Unfortunately, due to my extreme attitudes about security and privacy, I could never bring myself to have a Real Social Media account… so I can’t use any of those to contact anyone, really.

    Something about spending every day for a few decades (successfully!) fighting off all sorts of attacks, Trojans, phish, etc. etc. etc. makes ya’ a bit skittish…

  17. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    curiously appropriate:

    I, briefly, commuted to work in a Corvette like that (same color, few years newer) as passenger of a co-worker. Viet vet who had promised himself if he lived, he was going to buy one… Central valley summers, top off, over the Yolo Viaduct music playing…

    What can I say, it was a golden moment…

    Hair was long, women were hot and liked it that way, men were strong, and cars were a thing…

  18. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    Similar era, similar ethos, but I never did any of this:

  19. Re: Jan Hammer – That guy was a guitarist born into the body of a keyboard player. If you listen to the opening theme of Miami Vice, there was no guitar, just keyboards. I saw him live once in a small club in Virginia Beach. Great show! And his work with Jeff Beck and Neil Schon (Journey guitarist) is good stuff.

    Re: Social Media Accounts – I have an account with my real name, mostly used for things like resumes, Amazon, pay streaming media, things like that. But I don’t use it for social media. I contacted them via their “Contact Me” link on their websites, which pretty much wants your name, address, phone, etc. I figure someone somewhere already has all that, and I’m not trying to be anonymous. Besides, who knows if anyone will even read it?

    I saw this posted somewhere as a working theory of the big picture of Trump’s legal approach. (Sorry it’s so long, but it’s worth considering)

    I think I’m starting to see the actual strategy now…

    Rudy brought his case directly to the legislatures to convince them that the election was not only stolen, but that their authority had been usurped by the executive and judicial branches of their respective states. He presented expert statistical analysis, thousands of sworn affidavits, dozens of examples of impropriety and cases where the law was straight up broken or subverted. It was never his goal to get a single state to the SCOTUS because one state would not be enough to change the results of the election, and it would take too much time to collect evidence, present it, and adjudicate it all. If the court couldn’t overturn the results of the election, then they’re not going to see the case because there’s no point.

    The problem is that presenting that evidence to the legislature is pointless unless they’re able to convene a special session of congress to make a ruling on what to do with the electors… something only the governor, or 2/3 of the legislature can do. This is why Texas is filing suit along with the rest of the States joining in. They argue that the constitution was violated in that the executive and judicial branches of each respective state changed the rules of the election without the consent of the legislature, thus altering the result of the election in each state, thus altering the result of the entire election. The relief they’re demanding is that each legislature convene and make a ruling on their own to decide whether they will accept the results of their elections, which Rudy has already convinced them was stolen.

    See where this is going yet?

    Now, this could take a decent amount of time, and although the safe harbor deadline has now been reached and passed, it’s not set in stone, however I’m not sure what will happen if no President is named by December 14, which is in six days. So we have six days for SCOTUS to hear the case and make a ruling, then for the legislatures to convene and decide on what to do for delegates if SCOTUS rules in favor of Texas and all its cosigner’s. If no President is named, and that deadline can’t be pushed back, then it goes to the State House of Representatives and Trump wins.

    But the reason why Rudy hasn’t been trying to go after cases of fraud, is because Fraud is a criminal matter… in order to overturn an election with fraud you need a conviction first. So… why has Powell been collecting evidence of fraud all this time, and why does she show no signs of slowing down? Why suddenly are stories popping up of Democrats working with Chinese Spies?

    This thing hasn’t even gotten started yet. Securing the oval office was only step one. After Trump secures the Presidency shit is going to get serious.

    So this, along with the 1997 Foster v Love decision mentioned upthread should give us a little hope.

  20. p.g.sharrow says:

    President-Elect Pinroot says:
    That pretty much says it. Guliani is concentrating on securing the Presidency. Powell is going after the Dominion vote system and LinWood is going after the politicians that ran the system. They share information and try not to step on each others toes.
    Powell and LinWood are on a mission to end the systemic fraud in civil courts, Any information and legal results, will in time, be grist for criminal action but the Dark State will not be able bury this thing under a pile of Bureaucratic paper shuffle and delay. They are going after any money or assets that can be found.

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