Open letter to Markos Moulitsas: Why is election fraud taboo on Kos?”

Richard Charnin (TruthIsAll)

July 24, 2010

Dear Markos:

You have labeled discussions of election fraud a “conspiracy theory” and at one time banned those who posted on this topic. Thousands of Kossacks believe that the 2004 election was stolen and you still call these very astute posters “conspiracy theorists”. You claim there is no “proof” the election was stolen despite tons of inferential and descriptive statistical evidence that have accumulated over six years.

You do not consider exit poll anomalies to be sufficient “proof” of election fraud. But they are powerful circumstantial evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. The raw, precinct exit poll data that would strengthen the case even further is kept from public view (as always) by the National Election Pool consortium (CNN, Fox, NBC, AP, ABC, NY Times, Washington Post) that sponsors the exit polls.

Are you aware the National Election Pool (NEP) has a stated policy that exit pollsters must force all state and national exit polls to match the recorded vote? The NEP claims it won’t release the raw precinct data because of the need to maintain “voter confidentiality”. That is a transparent canard; the exit poll respondents do not reveal names, so there is no confidentiality issue.

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