‘Ultimately, the establishment cannot allow or cannot admit that election fraud is a serious problem in American. This is, after all, the vanguard of democracy, or at least, that is what we like to tell ourselves, despite the fact that half or more of the population rarely bothers to vote.
‘Fortunately, Mexicans appear to be far more invested in their own democracy than Americans in theirs. They also appear to be far better informed about their own elections, too.’
‘…Calderón’s brother-in-law and that his company, Hildebrando, was a partner in the “design” of the election tabulation software. Vote shaving? nada. Statistical improbabilities? nope.’