GR reader has done some research on Dominion. Let’s have a look at two employees among the Dominion insurgents who hijacked the election. These screenshots were taken before Dominion panicked and shutdown their LinkedIn sites.
Why would most Dominion employees shut down their LinkedIn professional pages?
I'm hearing that one of Dominion Voting's email addresses links to Andy Huang & screenshots from LinkedIn indicate Huang used to work for China Telecom.
China Telecom is being blacklisted by US national security officials as a threat. https://t.co/sxX9XEKFAY
— Emerald Robinson ✝️ (@EmeraldRobinson) November 21, 2020
Paul Chavez-Casanova is a software developer at headquarters with exMarine Sam, a network engineer who is clearly obsessed with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez; he clicked the ActBlue donate button over 70 times.
And then there’s Samuel McGraw, another multiple contributor to ActBlue, as well as to the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Chicago Dominion David Orr
The infamous David Orr, who ran Chicago for 28 years from the inside, gave Dominion a 10-year contract, breaking state rules below. This was his big FU to Republicans just before he retired in December 2018. DVS was awarded the $32 million contract before their new 5.5 program was finally approved by EAC in 2018. No wonder ES&S filed a federal complaint suit.===============================================================
Corrupt Chicago/Cook County, led by infamous Obama cohort David Orr, awarded Dominion the $32 million contract in a fake RFP bid, causing ES&S to sue for awarding the contract long before they were certified. City project Excel spreadsheet shows award given to dominion same day as RFP deadline.
Page 26 notes Dominion Ownership change disclosure, hidden in private equity firm Staple Street – now the website has been mostly shut down.
Headquartered in Dallas, TX, Cyberlink provides a robust suite of managed IT services that allow enterprise customers to simplify their technology infrastructure, seamlessly scale operations and improve their IT responsiveness. The Company’s value proposition and high service levels have resulted in a long-tenured, diversified customer base spanning more than 800 customers across more than 10 end markets. With a presence in 46 states, Cyberlink’s flexible, cloud-agnostic delivery model enables the Company to efficiently serve customers across the U.S.
Cyberlink’s Founder and CEO, Christopher Lantrip, said “We are excited to partner with Staple Street on the next phase of growth for Cyberlink. This new partnership will provide additional resources and support to help us continue to expand our service capabilities for new and existing clients.”
The partners from Staple Street Capital said “Cyberlink is a highly attractive platform opportunity given the Company’s established market position, entrenched customer relationships and seasoned management team. We look forward to partnering with Chris and the entire Cyberlink team to build upon this foundation to support continued growth.”
Staple Street was advised by McDermott Will & Emery LLP. Cyberlink was advised by Focus Strategies Investment Banking and Jones & Spross, PLLC.
Founded in 1999, Cyberlink is a Dallas-based managed IT services firm providing cloud, managed application, network, storage, desktop and security services on a 24×7 basis to customers across the U.S. Cyberlink serves clients in a range of industries, including healthcare, financial services, legal, logistics and other end markets. For more information, visit www.cyberlinkasp.com.
Staple Street Website page with description of owned companies is now shut down… Ivy technology International and CyberLink were purchased within the past 18 months with Dominion acquired in 2018
Staple Street Capital Acquires iQor’s International Logistics and Product Service Assets
NEW YORK, NY — June 3, 2019 – an affiliate of Staple Street Capital L.L.C. (“Staple Street Capital”), a leading middle market private equity firm, has acquired certain logistics and product service assets in a corporate carve-out transaction from affiliates of iQor Holdings Inc. (“iQor”). The acquired businesses include iQor’s operations located in Europe, Asia, South America, Canada and certain facilities located in the United States (the “Company”). In conjunction with the acquisition, the Company will be renamed Ivy Technology.
Built on a foundation of executional excellence and innovation, Ivy Technology is a leading provider of aftermarket lifecycle solutions for electronic equipment. With approximately 2,900 employees across the globe, the Company provides electronic product repair services to many of the world’s leading computer, electronic, telecommunications and medical device companies.
The partners of Staple Street Capital said, “We are excited to partner with Ivy’s management team to provide the strategic and capital resources to enable a long term growth strategy that will now be purely focused around meeting the objectives of our newly formed standalone company. We look forward to further investing in Ivy Technology in order to meet the highest standards of customer care and quality, and to further innovate new value-added services and solutions for customers.”
Kirkland & Ellis served as legal advisors to both Staple Street Capital and iQor Holdings in this transaction.
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