Elections vote on and counted by a computer without paper ballots are fraud – pure and simple. Listen to this lady’s amazing story.
Dr. Laura Pressley ran for City Council in Austin, Texas in 2014, intent on cutting waste from the city budget and fixing problems. She was an extremely popular candidate whose grassroots campaign was boosted by scores of dedicated volunteers, and given her expertise with numbers and lifelong activism she was thought by nearly all to be perfect for the job. However, two weeks before the election-entry deadline, a 24-year-old ethnic Mexican (Gregorio Casar) moved into town, signed up to run and beat Laura Pressley 2 to 1. With her mathematical skills, Dr. Pressley began to analyze the election results, saw odd patterns, and decided to file a lawsuit to decertify her opponent’s victory. Her case — the first in the country to produce direct evidence of electronic vote fraud — has reached the Texas Supreme Court, and if she prevails, EVF will be blown open in America as never before. Please hear this amazing woman’s story and support her ($15K of donations are needed!!) at PressleyForAustin.com. Read more here and here.Listen here
Just finished watching this fast paced (and a bit confusing) Michael Moore style documentary on the destruction and rebuilding in an EU/US image of Yugoslavia.
It was an excellent deconstruction of the NATO Balkan assault of the 90s. In two hours you will know more about what really happened then 10 years of new bytes leaked past the Clinton-Lewinsky sideshow, clearly meant as distractive pablum for the American audience.
Trump win by accident or design? We will never know.
Today we are witnessing one of the most important events in political history. But you probably can’t see it because the news is talking about healthcare, and how Ryan and Trump totally failed to get enough votes.
With Trump it is difficult to tell bluster and carney-barker showmanship from serious consideration or actual intention. While clearly a threat, the remark may have been intended only to intimidate, and the ascription of cowardice to the Mexican army only ill-bred.