Quid pro quo, or no? It certainly pays to have friends in high places, especially if you sell out America to George Soros. Smartmatic has come under scrutiny for alleged rigged voting machines adding to the apparent prolific fraud that provided a superficial win for Joe Biden.
On Saturday, it was revealed the president of Smartmatic, Lord Mark Malloch Brown, who is also the former UN deputy secretary-general and UK minister, has a new title to add to his list — he will now lead Soros’ Open Society Foundation.
No conspiracies but no coincidences in the timing of this.
I applaud Patrick Gaspard’s leadership of the Open Society Foundations in a world beset by illiberalism. Mark Malloch-Brown will be Open Society’s new president. He is deeply familiar with its work and shares my vision of philanthropy. https://t.co/DdJk1z3Cq2
— George Soros (@georgesoros) December 4, 2020
It’s also of note that Brown was formerly the vice-chairman of Soros’s Investment Funds and even the deputy secretary-general of the United Nations when he worked as chief of staff to Kofi Annan, The Gateway Pundit revealed.
Smartmatic has links with Dominion Voting Systems, the scandalous company used to steal the election for Joe Biden this year.