Attorney Lin Wood on Friday, Dec. 18, called on an “unbiased government law enforcement agency” to investigate links between Dominion Voting Systems and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

“An investigation of Dominion voting machines connections to Communist China must be investigated by an unbiased government law enforcement agency,” Wood tweeted, adding hashtags of the Justice Department, the FBI, and United States military.

Wood’s comments come in response to a revelation by human rights activist and author Jennifer Zeng that a dozen board members of UBS Securities LLC, a subsidiary of Swiss investment bank UBS, were removed and replaced the same day Wood tweeted a post claiming that the CCP purchased Dominion Voting Systems for $400 million just before the U.S. 2020 election.

In his tweed posted on Dec. 1, Wood published a link to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, showing Dominion’s parent company—Staple Street Capital, which acquired Dominion Voting Systems in 2018—receiving $400 million from UBS Securities LLC. In another tweet, Wood said that the CCP is the majority shareholder of the UBS securities. 

According to Zeng, three members of the UBS securities LLC were Chinese and they were removed from the company’s profile. Also, 11 out of its 14 board of directors’ names were replaced the same day Wood posted his tweets.

In an affidavit, which accompanied a lawsuit against Michigan officials filed by attorney Sidney Powell, a former military intelligence analyst under 305th Military Intelligence alleged, “The Dominion software was accessed by agents acting on behalf of China and Iran in order to monitor and manipulate elections, including the most recent U.S. general election in 2020.”

On Thursday, Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe confirmed that there was foreign interference in the 2020 election, according to CBS correspondent Catherine Herridge.

“Well DNI Ratcliffe leads the 17 intelligence agencies and he has access to the most highly classified information that is held by the US government. And he told CBS News that there was foreign interference by China, Iran, and Russia in November of this year and he is anticipating a public report on those findings in January,” Herridge said on Dec. 3.

The office of the director of National Intelligence (ODNI) also confirmed that its upcoming report on the recent election will include information about foreign threats. However, the office announced late Wednesday that the Intelligence Community has notified Ratcliffe that it will not meet the Dec. 18 deadline set by President Trump’s 2018 executive order to submit the report.

“The DNI is committed to providing this report to our customers expeditiously,” ODNI added.

Sign up to receive our latest news!

  • SMS / PHONE

    By submitting this form, I agree to the terms.