Gerrymandering - just do some searches on gerrymandering and you'll find plenty of information on the subject including articles from even corporate media sources.
- consider that the courts have ruled redistricting in several states as unconstitutional, but the candidates who won seats in those districts remain in office
Dark money and Citizens United - 80% or more Americans think Citizens United should be overturned, but fat chance of that happening when 91% of Congressional seats are won by the candidate with the biggest bankroll and Supreme Injustices legislate from the bench.
represent.us has some great infographics that are just too hard to find so here's the link -
Consider this: Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by about 3 million votes according to "official sources". If we adjust for uncounted votes, flipped votes and such, she may have won by 10-20 million votes and Democrats might be in control of Congress. Joseph Stalin tried to educate us and said, " Those who cast the votes decide nothing; those who count votes decide everything".
Who and how votes are counted in this country is a confusing mess, but we do know that the National Election Pool controls reporting. Yeah, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN are the members who get their information Associated Press that relies on Edison Research and Mitofsky International that provide projections and exit polling. According to Source Watch, the National Exit Poll "does not report actual survey results, but rather adjusts data to conform with official numbers before reporting them". WTF?
So there's corporate media to consider too... CBS chairman Les Moonves is on record commenting on Trump's candidacy said, "It's not good for America, but it's damn good for CBS". Remember how the networks had a virtual blackout on Bernie Sanders and covered Trump like flies on shit? P.T. Barnum is cited as saying that there no such thing as bad publicity. The torch was passes from one carnival barker to another.
Yeah, we have the FBI director James Comey messing with Hillary's chances, reports of Russian hacking into our electoral process and the so-called President himself screwing-up and telling the truth that the elections are rigged. Is that enough?
We did find a Gallup poll conducted in June and July of 2016 that found only 30% of Americans had confidence in the honesty of elections in general.
Secondly we have reasonable cause to suspect that corporate mass media sources are complicit in electoral fraud and electoral theft.
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