- Ultimately we need to be able to show others that these problems exist, and the people we need to convince to make reforms aren’t just going to take our word for it.
- Related: New York voting fiasco just the warm-up for the November game.
John Wellington Ennis, Huffington Post
05/19/2016 | When I set out to document election fraud ten years ago by traveling around Ohio with a video camera, I knew I had my work cut out for me. The suggestion that the presidential election, in America of all places, could be stolen earned you an incredulous look, if not laughter in your face. And this was from Democrats. Even when we released the resulting documentary, FREE FOR ALL!, most of the media wouldn’t even acknowledge these concerns, let alone give credence to wild theories that political leaders might not be that honest.
A lot can happen in ten years. Now Democrats seem to readily accept any theory of election theft offered. Now the media follows voter suppression like the new electoral horserace, from following Voter ID laws that make it harder to vote, to upholding the myth of in-person voting fraud.
John Wellington Ennis: Filmmaker, Activist, Father
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New York voting fiasco just the warm-up for the November game, Greg Palast, OpEdNews
Buckle up, America. The voting demolition derby that was the New York primary on Tuesday was merely the crash test for the coming voting wreckage in November: a carefully planned pile up.