Posts Tagged ‘voters’

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Georgia’s Brian Kemp Purged 340,134 Voters, Falsely Asserting They Had Moved

 

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107,000 purged from Georgia voter rolls

 

Palast says it’s 340,000
GOP candidate improperly purged 340,000 from Georgia voter rolls

Greg Palast, a journalist and the director of the Palast Investigative Fund, said an analysis he commissioned found 340,134 voters were removed from the rolls on the grounds that they had moved – but they actually still live at the address where they are registered.

 

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Unfortunately, this isn’t particularly new. It is a good analysis of the two-party fraud of a system though.

Democrats and the Crisis of Legitimacy

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Spicer lying about it already…

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The Election was Stolen – Here’s How…

The purge may have come early this year…

The system, called Crosscheck, is detailed in my Rolling Stone report,
The GOP’s Stealth War on Voters,” 8/24/2016.

Crosscheck in action:  
Trump victory margin in Michigan:                    13,107
Michigan Crosscheck purge list:                       449,922

Trump victory margin in Arizona:                       85,257
Arizona Crosscheck purge list:                           270,824

Trump victory margin in North Carolina:        177,008
North Carolina Crosscheck purge list:              589,393

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Clinton gives her take on Sanders supporters in leaked fundraising recording

Leaked audio of a conversation between Hillary Clinton and donors during a February fundraising event shows the Democrat nominee describing Bernie Sanders supporters as “children of the Great Recession” who are “living in their parents’ basement.”

 

The people she wants to vote for her….

Beyond Idiocracy

Posted: August 19, 2016 in -
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Political scientists such as Christopher Achen and Larry Bartels, authors of Democracy for Realists, who study how democracies really work are repeatedly astonished by the shallowness and incoherence of people’s political beliefs and the tenuous connection of those beliefs to their votes. Most voters are ignorant not just of current policy alternatives but of the most elementary facts about politics and history, such as the major branches of government or which countries have used nuclear weapons. Their opinions flip depending on how a question is worded: they say that the government spends too much on “welfare” but too little on “assistance to the poor”, and that it should use “military force” but not “go to war”. When they do formulate a preference, they commonly vote for a candidate with the opposite one.

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