The U.S.prides itself on its system of "free and honest elections," but are they?
There a have been numerous issues of fraud, such as:
- All the dead Chicagoland people that swung the election for JFK in 1960
- The Al Franken electoral farce
- Hundreds of millions in mysterious election contributions to the Obama campaign, some with absurd names, like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, etc.
- Intimidation of black voters in the old days.
- Now, the spectre of armed Black Panthers, standing menacingly outside polling places, intimidating voters. Charges were dropped by Eric Holder--AFTER they were convicted.
- There's also the infamous Florida recount, and recount ... and recount, that came up 7-11 for George Bush, no matter who counted and how often.
- Massive election fraud in the US Senate race in Nevada, where poll leader Sharron Angle was abruptly defeated by Reid, with thousands of proven fraud allegations, but NO action taken.
- Loose enforcement of voter eligibility rules
- Vote summaries that don't tie in with the detailed recounts
- Electronic voting machines, with no hard copy paper trail and non-transparent software.
- Questionable third party campaign ads.
- Extreme media bias in campaign coverage.
- Questionable eligibility of certain candidates.
- Election fraud in Venezuela, Iran, and other hellholes. Are we becoming one of those?
- The never ending battle and fraud in campaign financing.
- Unfair, illegal, unethical campaigning.
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