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Hear a discussion with director Chris Hume, regarding his documentaries “Voices of Katrina” and “Red State Road Trip.”
If you've read Greg Palast, Mark Crispin Miller, The Conyers Report, Robert Kennedy, Jr., Bob Fitrakis, etc., you know that there is overwhelming evidence that the 2000, 2002, and 2004 elections in the United States were fraudulent. Since most of the mechanisms that make the election process vulnerable are still in place, there's no reason to believe that next week's affair will be any different. (Vote anyway. If they're going to steal it, make them work for it.) In other countries, they use exit polls to indicate if there has been fraud. In the U.S., we have a compliant media who (with little or no evidence) just say the exit polls are flawed. What is needed are scientifically-pristine exit polls. That is what will be conducted as part of “The 2006 Election Verification Exit Poll Project Plan.” Hear a discussion of this with Stephanie Singer of ElectionIntegrity.org and Director of Campaign Scientific. Election attorney Paul Lehto also joins in