Left-wing billionaire George Soros has appointed chairman of SGO, which is the parent company to Smartmatic voting software company, Mark Malloch-Brown to be the president of his organization, the Open Society Foundations.
Smartmatic is currently involved in lawsuits headed by Sidney Powell who claims that the voting software company was involved in widespread fraud in the 2020 election.
“As the Associated Press has noted, Smartmatic does not own Dominion, and apparently only provided software to Los Angeles County in the 2020 election,” Breitbart reports. “Still, the fact that the firm is in the news, and that Soros is closely associated with the Democratic Party, is certain to fuel new conspiracy theories.”
On December 4th in a press release, the Open Society Foundations said the following:
Patrick Gaspard has announced his decision to step down as president at the end of the year. During his three-year tenure, he confronted significant threats to open societies around the globe, including the rise of authoritarian regimes and the spread of the COVID-19 virus worldwide. Under his capable leadership, the Open Society Foundations have emerged stronger than ever.
Succeeding him as president will be Mark Malloch-Brown, the former UN deputy secretary‐general and UK minister, who currently serves on the Foundations’ Global Board. Malloch-Brown will take over effective January 1.
SGO announced that Malloch-Brown will be stepping down as chairman to take on his new role with Soros, and acknowledged his work with “Smartmatic, the world’s leading elections technology company, whose systems have securely processed more than five billion votes on five continents with zero security breaches.”