“Staggering” e-voter disparities in South Carolina primary (Brad Friedman)

Here is Brad’s great wrap-up re: South Carolina’s very fishy Democratic primary. He notes
the signs that–is it possible??–the media may actually be paying attention to the evidence
that Alvin Greene may not have “won” that race by winning it, but through non-democratic electronic means.

Well, all I can say is: From Brad’s lips (or fingertips) to God’s ear (or eyes). For if the media
does take a careful look at this set of anomalies, they may then have to look at those in
Arkansas, and California; and then….

(BTW, while Brad refers to the longtime blindness of “the mainstream media” [my emphasis],
it isn’t only they who have refused to see, but the left/liberal press as well, with almost no
exceptions. So let us see if Mother Jones, The Nation and Salon get with it, too. And if you want to help them see the light, don’t hesitate to tell them.)


By Brad Friedman on 6/11/2010 1:55PM
‘Experts’ Eye 100% Unverifiable E-Vote System in ‘Win’ of SC’s Mystery U.S. Senate Nominee
‘Staggering’ disparities seen between Alvin Greene’s Election Day touch-screen results and paper-based absentee vote
Will corporate MSM have courage to ‘go there’?…

[UPDATED twice at end of article.]

Nobody in the South Carolina Democratic Party had ever heard of Alvin Greene, the jobless candidate for the Democratic U.S. Senate nomination, before he reportedly defeated state legislator Vic Rawl last Tuesday. That, despite the jobless candidate’s lack of actual campaigning, campaign website, or even spending any money on a campaign as far as anyone can tell. And there remain questions at this hour, as to where he even came up with the $10,400 filing fee to get on the ballot in the first place. Greene’s interview on MSNBC last night is one of the most bizarre ever seen on television (full video posted at end of article).

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