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This video from the hearing in Georgia is approximately 12 minutes long and includes more about the suitcases of ballots being pulled out after the Republican observers were told to leave.

There is more information on the full video of the hearings here:
 
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A report on the Dominion election rigging machines and software has been prepared by the Trump legal team and they are providing it to state legislators:

https://archive.org/details/dominion-voting-systems-report-final-12-2-20.docx-1

https://archive.org/download/dominion-voting-systems-report-final-12-2-20.docx-1/Dominion Voting Systems Report final 12-2-20.docx (1).pdf

History and Timeline of Dominion Voting Systems​
2000​
Smartmatic was founded in 2000 by three Venezuelan engineers, Antonio Mugica,
Alfredo José Anzola and Roger Piñate, to rig election results in favor of Venezuelan
dictator Hugo Chavez, according to an affidavit of a former high-ranking Venezuelan
military official who was present at the founding of the companyiv Smartmatic was​
officially incorporated in Delaware in 2000 by Alfredo Jose Anzola.v Later that year,​
Smartmatic located its headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida, after receiving funds from​
private investors.vi The company was then contracted to automate the electoral​
processes for the 2004 Venezuelan election. Since 2004, Smartmatic software has been​
used in local and national elections in Africa, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Chile,​
Ecuador, Italy Mexico, the Philippines, Singapore, the United Kingdom, the United​
States, and Venezuela.​
2002​
Dominion Voting Systems, a Canadian company that sells electronic voting hardware
and software, was founded by John Poulos in 2002. It was originally headquartered in​
Denver, Colorado. The company provides election technology to countries globally,​
including the U.S., Canada, and Venezuela.vii The company uses Smartmatic software,
and sends all of its vote tabulation data to Smartmatic during elections, according to the
high-ranking Venezuelan military official’s affidavit.
viii​
2004​
By 2004, Smartmatic expanded, with offices in Venezuela, London, Florida, and​
California. Smartmatic also had acquired Bizta, 28% owned by the Venezuelan​
government, which Smartmatic also had a large stake in.ix Bizta is also operated the​
owners of Smartmatic, Antonio Mugica and Alfredo Anzola.​
x​
During the 2004 Venezuelan election, Bizta and Smartmatic partnered with CANTV, a​
state-run Venezuelan telecommunications company,xi to win a $91 million contract to​
supply electronic voting machines for the upcoming election.xii Prior to this, Smartmatic​
was a “little-known firm” with no experience in voting technology before it was chosen​
by Venezuelan government officials to replace elections machinery prior to the​
controversial August 2004 election. xiii Smartmatic, to date, denies any sort of link to the​
Chavez regime.xiv​
2005​
In 2005, Smartmatic purchased Sequoia Voting Systems, which is based in the U.S.,
but is owned by Venezuelan nationals.xv
2006​
Sequoia provided technical assistance in the elections held in Chicago and Cook County
by sending a number of Venezuelan nationals to support the machines manufactured by
Sequoia.xvi In April of 2006, a Carnegie Mellon University computer science professor​
tested the Sequoia machines, and found that the machines could be easily manipulated​
and tampered with. This prompted Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County to turn down the​
purchasing of these voting machines.xvii​
In May of 2006, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) wrote a letter to the
Treasury Departmentxviii raising concerns about Venezuelan state-owned Smartmatic’s
purchase of Sequoia voting machines, which provides election machinery throughout
the United States. She also cites Antonio Mugica and Alfredo Anzola who own​
Smartmatic, also own and operate Bizta, which is partially owned by the Venezuelan​
government.xix This sparked an investigation conducted by the U.S. Committee on​
Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) on Smartmatic’s takeover of Sequoia, due to​
speculations of being linked to the regime of Hugo Chavez.xx Smartmatic quickly sold
Sequoia, and the investigation ended.xxi
2010​
Canadian company, Dominion Voting Systems, purchased the assets of Sequoia Voting
Systems in 2010, a subsidiary of Smartmatic up until the CFIUS investigation in
2006.xxii
2013​
Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic contracted in both 2010 and 2013 to provide​
electronic voting machinery and software for the Philippines elections, where claims of​
fraud, technology glitches, and malfunctions abounded.xxiii​
2014​
In 2014, Dominion Voting Systems agreed to provide “emerging” and “post-conflict”​
democracies with donated voting technologies through the DELIAN project, which the​
Clinton Foundation provided up to $2.25 million in funding to.xxiv The DELIAN project​
is a non-governmental organization registered in Canada that was launched in 2014.​
Through this project, Dominion Voting Systems technology was donated to Barbados,​
Dominica, Guyana, Jamaica, and South Africa.xxv​
In 2014, Lord Malloch Brown became the chairman of the board of SGO Corporation​
Limited, a holding company based in London whose primary asset is Smartmatic​
electronic voting machine technology.xxvi Lord Malloch-Brown is a member of the​
British House of Lords, and a former vice-chairman of George Soros’ Investment​
Funds, and former vice-president at the World Bank.xxvii The Washington Examiner​
reported that Smartmatic’s “globalist ties” have raised serious concern in the U.S.​
government for interference U.S. electoral processes.​
xxviii​
2016​
During the 2016 Trump-Clinton election, seventy-one million voters in 1,635​
jurisdictions used Dominion, also tied to the Clinton Foundation, and a $2.25 million​
project together.xxix​
 
This video from the hearing in Georgia is approximately 12 minutes long and includes more about the suitcases of ballots being pulled out after the Republican observers were told to leave.

There is more information on the full video of the hearings here:
A different witness later in the hearing testified that the official ballot boxes are like padded suitcases on rollers. So the suitcases could be official ballot boxes but that doesn't explain why they were counted after Republican observers and the press were told to leave.

(I did a internet search and found this: https://www.printelect.com/shop/index.php/election-boxes-bags/ballot-boxes)

Also later in the hearing, a witness said during the recount she was given a batch of ballots where the marking for the selection of the candidate looked exactly the same on every ballot.
 
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