Greg Palast: How The 2016 Election WILL Be Stolen!

Ballot Box, Broadway, Seattle, WA

Image by Michael Hanscom via Flickr

with Greg Palast
Writer, Dandelion Salad
March 11, 2016

Redacted Tonight on Mar 10, 2016

Lee Camp talks to Greg Palast, New York Times bestselling author and investigative journalist, about how he knows the 2016 election will be stolen and by whom.

Greg Palast is the author of Vultures’ Picnic: In Pursuit of Petroleum Pigs, Power Pirates and High-Finance Carnivores and Billionaires & Ballot Bandits: How to Steal an Election in 9 Easy Steps.

from the archives:

The Scandal of Voter Suppression by William John Cox + 16 States Face New Voting Restrictions

Scalia’s Black Beemer by Greg Palast

Statecraft VS Politics As Usual by William John Cox

Do Away With Elections? by Arthur D. Robbins

Greg Palast: Voter Suppression, Billionaires and Ballot Bandits

18 thoughts on “Greg Palast: How The 2016 Election WILL Be Stolen!

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      • I agree Lo, Greg P is a serious man. Actually, a heavyweight forensic political scientist.

        penniewoodfall is correct, there’ll all watching their backs. Here in the UK it all rather depends on which narratives prevail, and because there is so much popular fiction, many people are simply comatose in fantasy worlds.

        Getting people to understand anything real about the US is very hard, because it is still such a mythical Anglophone landscape for so many, fed on indigestible Hollywood fast food. While addled old Europe is just crawling with bad news after all, and most of those furrin’ folk don’t even speak proper English ~ unless you’re lucky enough to book a holiday with a British Travel Award gold winner that can ensure a monolingual experience…plus a free International New York Times !

  11. The BBC is ‘crap’ these days…..bias,and unreliable!
    Following the ‘party’ line….
    Which, may I add is because ‘we’ are your lap dogs!

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