A petition posted on the White House “We the People” website demands that voting machines tied to billionaire George Soros be removed from 16 states. The petition, posted on October 21, 2016, has already rocketed past the required 100,000 signature level required to trigger action by the Obama regime.
The petition, which can be seen here, reads:
This man has been linked to a persons campaign who is running in the election and has a clear bias to one candidate. His ownership of voting machines in 16 states is clear breach of integrity of our electoral system.
According to the Daily Caller:
According to the official White House petition website, the petition is now in a “queue” that will be reviewed by the White House. “When the White House responds, everyone who has signed the petition will get email from the White House to let you know that we’ve reviewed and responded to the petition,” the website states.
The White House warns it won’t respond to petitions that violate the “terms of participation,” which include “Petitions that do not address the actions or policies of the federal government, or that address a topic not included in We the People at the time the petition was created.”
Since the petition doesn’t directly affect the federal government, but rather the 16 states that purchased the machines in question, the White House could use the provision to dodge the petition.
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Concerns about the election have increasingly grown in recent days and weeks as allegations of a rigged election have spread. As we reported earlier this week, voting machines in Texas flipped votes to Democrat Hillary Clinton after voters selected a straight GOP ticket.
The Daily Caller also cited Lifezette, which said the machines aren’t owned by Soros directly, but are sold by a company owned by someone who sits on the board of Soros’ Open Societies Foundation.
“Soros doesn’t have a controlling interest in the company that sold the machines, according to Business Insider. Additionally, none of the 16 states (that) purchased the voting machines plan to use them in November,” Phillip Stucky added.
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