One of the lawyers working on U.S. President Donald Trump's election fraud case seemingly referred to a Rebel News report on Dominion Voting Systems sharing an office with a company linked to billionaire global financier George Soros' Open Society Foundations.
Until recently, the Toronto-based headquarters of Dominion was sharing an office with MakeWay Canada, a subsidiary of the Soros-connected Tides Foundation, as outlined in a viral report from Rebel's Keean Bexte.
Today, during a press conference held by Trump's lawyers, former Assistant United States Attorney and one-time president of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers Sidney Powell made mention of the strange coincidence that a supposedly non-partisan electronic voting company would be sharing an office with a far-left leaning organization like MakeWay/Tides Foundation.
“Dominion executive are nowhere to be found now. They are moving their offices overnight to different places,” Powell said. “Their office in Toronto was shared with one of the Soros entities. One of the leaders of the Dominion project overall is Lord Malloch-Brown, Mr. Soros' number two person in the [United Kingdom].”
Dominion Voting Systems is majority owned by investment firm Staple Street Capital, a company that no longer lists who sits on its board of directors on its website. Canadian businessman John Poulous also owns a significant share of Dominion.
Dominion is linked to both the federal Liberal Party and Conservative Party of Canada, who use the company for their leadership selection process. Ontario's Progressive Conservative Party also uses Dominion for it's voting process, and the system was used in 50 per cent of ridings in the 2018 provincial election.