VIDEO Of Wisconsin Recount Fraud! It’s Not About Trump Or Hillary; It’s About Legit Democracy

Dec 23, 2016

by Lee Camp

Look, I hate both of the major-party candidates who ran for President: Trump and Clinton. By questioning the laughable “recount” in Wisconsin, I am not trying to get Hillary elected or overturn Trump’s victory. I merely want a genuine, accountable, verifiable election process. And right now, we have the furthest thing from it – and this video proves it.

New video has come to light showing just how ridiculous this recount charade was. Award-winning journalists Lulu Fries’dat interviewed volunteer recount observer Liz Whitlock. Whitlock reveals several examples of how far off the recount ACTUALLY was and how those running it REFUSED to do a HAND COUNT of only 300 ballots because the counting machines were so very wrong. I covered SOME of what Liz Whitlock witnessed on my TV show Redacted Tonight. You can watch that HERE.

Even though the election is over, it is increasingly important we keep the pressure on to drastically change our system. We have a completely corrupt and unaccountable voting system. It was rated the WORST in the WESTERN WORLD by a Harvard study. If we don’t have an accountable democracy, we have NOTHING.

Keep Fighting,

Lee

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Comments ( 2 )

  1. Lianda

    And it's not just the PRESIDENTIAL election that is the problem- 4 Senate races had the "red shift"- and that means that the SENATE would have ALSO been Democratic. Instead of having a republican house and president- and just think about what the supreme court will become- it would have been the OPPOSITE. This is FACISM- we LIVE in DYSTOPIA RIGHT NOW.

  2. Nickname ( required )

    I agree and want to help change it.

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