Pelosi Re-elected: Citizens Call for Congress to Investigate Members Who Received Contributions from Tech Companies

WASHINGTON, D.C.(January 3, 2021)—today Representative Nancy Pelosi was re-elected by a small margin—not a mandate.  GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy received 209 votes and Pelosi received 216.

Pelosi did not receive 100% voting from the Democrats. As a matter of fact 5 members voted against Pelosi:  Three members voted present, while Maine’s Representative Jared Golden cast a ballot for Illinois’ Senator Tammy Duckworth and Pennsylvania’s  Representative Conor Lamb voted for New York’s Rep. Hakeem Jeffries.

But Pelosi will face bigger problems about the voter fraud allegations. Pelosi’s campaign reported to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) on her 2020 Statement that she paid  Act/Blue more than $19,000 for merchant services.  During the same period a Dominion Voter System’s employee donated more than $21,000 to Act/Blue more than 20 times.  

Dominion Voting System’s has been allegedly involved in the largest voting fraud corruption  steal in our Nation’s history during the 2020 Presidential Elections that allegedly flipped votes from President Donald J. Trump to Candidate Joe Biden.  

Other Members of both Houses reported paid campaign services to the FEC for Act/Blue or affiliates including Representative Maxine Waters (Democrat-CA), Representative Shelia Jackson Lee (Democrat–TX) and Senator Kamala Harris (Democrat-CA).

Dominion Voting Systems is the second largest vendor in the election system industry where three vendors control 88-percent of the market. 

Dominion Voting Systems was paid $118.3 million to provide election services during the past three years, according to public records. Their revenues came from 19 states and 133 local governments including counties, cities, and even a couple of school districts, reported Forbes.

In their Dunn & Bradstreet filings, Dominion claimed annual sales of $36.5 million with contracts in 22 states and 600 local jurisdictions. However, the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative estimated that Dominion was in 1,645 jurisdictions with $100 million in annual revenues (2018), further reported by Forbes.

“There was fraud in this election,” Johnson said. “I don’t have any doubt about that.” He went on at length about alleged “irregularities,” including “violations of election laws,” “fraudulent votes and ballot stuffing,” and “corruption of voting machines and software.” He insisted that “many of these irregularities raise legitimate concerns,” said Senator Ron Johnson, Republican of Wisconsin.

“The election in many ways was stolen,” announced Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.).

Citizens are demanding a hearing into the number of Members of Congress in both house—-to determine who received services and/or donations from employees or affiliates of Dominion Voting Systems.  Citizens are seeking information to determine if elected—won elections using the same voter fraud method used to steal the 2020 Presidential Election.

Source: FEC

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