Tagg Romney is the son of Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney is running for president of the United States of America. Mitt Romney is losing in the battleground state of Ohio. So Tagg Romney, son of Mitt Romney, has bought the voting machines in Ohio. How is this not a conflict of interest?
If the Romney’s can’t win legally, they’ll take over Ohio’s electronic voting machines through investments, a direct conflict of interest in a contentious state in this election.
The new owners of Ohio’s voting machines under the brand name HART Intercivic is none other than Tagg Romney the son of one of the candidates Mitt Romney. In recent weeks Tagg has taken a more “active role in his father’s campaign management” but when you look further, he also has a major problem with that role.
By virtue of conflict of interest alone, this role should be investigated by the DOJ preferably involving the addition of the FBI, Homeland Security and the CIA to ensure this connection will not endanger the vote in Ohio and other states.
After all isn’t the security of an election both state and federal authorities responsibility to ensure the election is not stolen, tampered, or results altered?