Dominion Voting System Scandal is Worse Than Anyone Knows

Meet the Long-time Democrat
Operatives Behind the Corrupt
Dominion Voting Systems

The following is a data download that contains key pieces of the election theft puzzle

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RE: Dominion Voting Systems
This company was acquired on 7/17/2018 by Staple Street Capital – who has a member of their Executive Board, William Kennard, who was the Ambassador to the EU under the Obama administration and later became Chairman of the FCC during that same administration.

Staple Street Capital also has retained the lobbying of Brownstein, Hyatt et al.
Their lobbying was only focused in one specific area: Lobbying the Department of Homeland Security in both 2019 and 2020.
Let’s look at the lobbyists employed:

1) Nadeam Elshami
Mr. Elshami was Nancy Pelosi’s Chief of Staff – leaving on 9/17/2017 to pursue lobbying.

2) Brian McKeon
Was Acting Chief of Staff for Senator Jeanne Shaheen.
Was Senior Counsel for Barbara Boxer.
Was Deputy Voter Protection Director to “Obama for America”

3) Zachary Pfister
Was Chief Liaison to House Democrats
Was on the Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform.

No do you all see why there are problems?

This software is used in 30 states.

Their US headquarters is in Denver, Colorado.

“nadeam elshami”
Chief Of Staff and Senior Communications Advisor
to Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi
Dates EmployedFeb 2007 – Sep 2017
Employment Duration10 yrs 8 mos
– 25 year veteran of Congress
– oversaw every aspect of policy, communications, operations and member relations
– previously served as Communications Director and Senior Advisor working on messaging around the successful passage of the Affordable Care Act, Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act and other historic legislation
– also served as Senior Communications Advisor for Assistant Democratic Leader Senator Dick Durbin, Deputy Chief of Staff and Communications Director to Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, and Deputy Press Secretary to Senator Barbara Boxer
Zachary Pfister
Zach is a skillful Democratic strategist with a decade of experience at the nexus of government, politics, and public policy. Currently a Policy Director for the nationally recognized government relations practice at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck (BHFS), Zach advises clients and advocates on their behalf on a multitude of policy issues before the U.S. Congress.
Prior to joining BHFS, Zach was a senior lobbyist for the Credit Union National Association, the premier trade association representing the nation’s 100 million credit union members. Zach represented credit union interests on Capitol Hill before a large audience of congressional staff and members.
Before joining the government relations industry, Zach served as Legislative Director for Representative Larry Kissell (D-NC), where he managed the Congressman’s legislative department and served as head of the Congressman’s Washington office. Zach also worked for Representative Brad Ellsworth (D-IN), and for Senator Evan Bayh’s (D-IN) presidential exploratory committee.
Zach received his bachelor’s degree from DePauw University and a master’s degree from The Johns Hopkins University.
Policy Director
Dates EmployedJan 2019 – Present
Employment Duration1 yr 11 mos
LocationWashington D.C. Metro Area
Zach Pfister guides clients through legislative policy affecting the financial services, health care, and technology industries, and crafts strategies focused on bottom line, business-driven goals. Zach serves as one of the firm’s chief liaisons to House Democrats, leveraging relationships that span from the progressive to centrist wings of the caucus to Democratic leadership. He has a keen understanding of policy issues under the jurisdiction of the House Financial Services, Energy and Commerce, Ways and Means, and Appropriations committees.
On Capitol Hill, Zach served as legislative director for Rep. Larry Kissell (D-NC), in various positions for Rep. Brad Ellsworth (D-IN), with Sen. Evan Bayh’s (D-IN) presidential exploratory committee and with the Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform. Zach got his start in politics in the office of former Rep. Lee H. Hamilton (D-IN), during his tenure leading the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
After leaving Capitol Hill, Zach served as the senior House Democratic lobbyist for the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), the premiere credit union trade association representing over 110 million members and 40 affiliated state associations. During his time at CUNA, Zach advocated on policies related to business lending, consumer protection, cooperative taxation issues, remittances, privacy and data security, and CFPB regulations.
In addition to his public policy expertise, Zach’s relationships among congressional Democrats run deep. He utilizes this broad network of relationships and policy background to identify opportunities for collaboration between clients and members of Congress aimed at building coalitions of support across the ideological spectrum of the Democratic Party.
Brian McKeon
Brian McKeon, acting chief of staff to Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), has joined one of the Washington’s top lobby shops, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck.
McKeon was Shaheen’s legislative director before taking over as acting chief of staff last year when the senator’s longtime chief of staff Maura Keefe left temporarily to be congressional liaison for the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. Keefe has since returned to Shaheen’s office.
David Phillip
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