February 2 at 3:00 pm EST, I will be talking to Debbie Lewis, writer of the film ‘The Ron Paul Uprising’ and ‘Blood of Patriots’ and co-writer of ‘Ennemy of the State: Camp FEMA Part 2′.
Debbie is a mother of two, concerned with the egregious nature of the current US government, looking for truth and answers and exposing what she can. Debbie has written two full-length documentaries and contributed to a third.
Ron Paul represents classic American values and calls for return to Constitutional government,less government intervention, an audit of the fed, and even the legalization of cannabis. He is very popular in the polls, yet somehow the ballots don’t reflect that popularity.
Debbie will discuss how electoral fraud seems to have been used to skew election results. Here are a few examples:
- In Iowa, the first caucus in this US elections cycle. They called the state for Romney, with Santorum second, almost a virtual tie. Ron Paul came in third, a few thousand votes shy but enough to be tied in delegates. two weeks later, the official count came in. they found that there were eight precincts missing, unaccouted for. They also found that Santorum actually won by about 34 votes, so Santorum was declared the official winner in Iowa after the official count was in. But they actually couldn’t even completely make the count official because of the eight missing precincts. What happened to these eight missing precincts?
- In New Hampshire, the second state to hold an election in this cycle, one journalist sent teams into different spots throughout the state asking for ballots for people who had died. In NH, you do not have to show ID to vote. The journalist and his team were able to show ballots for hundreds of people who had died and had not been taken off the voter rolls. This showed that anyone could go in and vote under the name of a deceased person, without having to show ID.
- The day of the South Carolina primary, which was the third state to vote in the cycle, a news report came out that the department of justice along with the state dept had figured out that there were nearly 953 votes fraudulently cast in the names of deceased persons in previous elections, and it was not known in which elections these votes had been cast.
-Stephen Spoonamore, cybersecurity expert and former CEO of Cybrinth cyber security company, stated that he considers computer voting to be a major security risk for America because of the ease with which it can be tampered with.
To hear more from Debbie on Ron Paul, his Presidential campaign and dirty dealings at the polling places, tune in on February 2, 2012 at 3:00pm EST at