I’ve been wondering for many months how the open secret of election theft has been kept from the public, and why the Dems, who have been demolished by vote fraud, remain shy about speaking its name. Last week, a friend gave me an old book, and some of the answers began to come into focus. There’s a Pandora’s box full of vote theft stories going back many decades, with many politicians eager to keep the lid closed.
James and Kenneth Collier (brothers) discovered evidence of massive vote theft in Florida in the 1970s and 80s. They tried to get word out through existing newspapers and through network TV. They tried publishing their own newspaper. In the book Votescam, they recount personal experiences with censorship, blackmail, and death threats.
The book is not a scholarly, documented summary, but a firsthand account of personal experiences. It is (surprise!) not being distributed by mainstream outlets, but second-hand copies are available from Amazon, and there’s a website where you can buy the book direct from the publisher, or download most of the book’s contents. James’s daughter Victoria Collier continues the struggle to publicize accounts of vote theft.