True and False Accusations of US Midterm Election Interference

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
True and False Accusations of US Midterm Election Interference

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Ahead of Tuesday midterms, investigative journalist Greg Palast said illegal voter purges went on in a number of states – including Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Nebraska and Nevada.

"I have never seen anything like it in 18 years," he said, referring to the way Florida and the presidency were stolen for Bush/Cheney in 2000, depriving Al Gore of the state and election he won.

Black and Latino Americans are most vulnerable to be illegally purged from voter rolls in many states. Palast sued Georgia's GOP Secretary of State/gubernatorial aspirant Brian Kemp in federal court, saying:

He "cancel(led) half a million people off the voter rolls…given…no notice that they've been (illegally) removed." Similar shenanigans are commonplace in many other states, the party in power
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