None Dare Call It Stolen:US Election Fraud in 2012? from Gloria Messer on Vimeo.

“Must watch TV: From hackable voting machines to the possible disenfranchisement of eligible voters, the US election system continues to face serious challenges. Mark Crispin Miller, NYU professor and author of several books (including Fooled Again: The Real Case for Electoral Reform) joins us to discuss the upcoming election. Heather Wokusch: Producer/Creator/Host, Gloria Messer: Producer/Director.”


3 Comments to ““None Dare Call It Stolen”: MCM talks about election fraud on MNN!”

  • Brilliant. A great, and informative interview as was your recent appearance on RT with Abby Martin as well.

  • MCM’s books are brilliant and should be required reading!
    I hope many people get to see this video!

  • […] through the public sphere. In my own case, that broad public interest recently came home to me when my half-hour interview with Heather Wokusch on MNN (NYC’s public access channel) instantly went viral up on YouTube, getting over 80,000 hits in […]

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