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CARLINVILLE, IL, Mar. 12 -In 1992, the book "VOTESCAM: The Stealing of America", authored by Jim and Ken Collier (Ken is now deceased) - shockingly exposed the results of an investigation into the methodical rape of America's once free and honest election process. Today there is strong evidence in these current Republican primaries that VOTESCAM is alive and well, brought to us by the Voter's News Service (VNS), a private corporation created and mutually owned by ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and AP. (See the N.Y. Times, 2-29-96 headline -"3 Networks Admit Error in Arizona Race Reports)". Here's an excerpt:
PRE-PUNCHED BALLOT CARDS - THEN AND NOW?
Among the gory details of the book we read about Mr. Jim Condit, Jr., of Cincinnati, Ohio who was part of a group which had been investigating a local VOTESCAM since 1979 and which resulted in court action. Judge Richard Niehaus declared that there is absolutely no way to determine the authenticity of voting results via computer tally and later refused to take action because he is "a pacifist judge".
Condit called upon the Colliers in 1985 to help with his investigation. They surreptitiously videotaped a group of League of Women Voters volunteers using tweezers to pluck out tabs from punchcard ballots. A close up shot revealed that every tab was in the exact same spot on every card. This coincided with evidence the Colliers had gleaned in Miami years earlier where they discovered that precinct captains had taken ballot cards home a week before elections to punch out a slate of candidates using an IBM Port-o-punch. This device could punch identical holes in a pad of 50 cards. The tweezers were used to pull out tabs that didn't "fall out" because the cards were packed together when they were punched.
VOTESCAM IN 1996 REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES?
Jim Condit, Jr.'s Cincinnatis PAC is also alive and well. Following are just some of the details he discussed on the "CDR INFO HOUR", a satellite talk show (also aired by several radio stations) hosted by Dan Druck and Jackie Patru, national co-directors of the Council on Domestic Relations. According to Condit....
Below are further statements from Condit regarding the primaries in....
* The entire state had only 42 voting locations. People drove hundreds of miles to cast their votes and yet the lines of voters circled the blocks.
* Buchanan reportedly won 14 delegates. It was announced in Louisiana on the 10pm news [station unknown] that Buchanan beat Phil Gramm 60% to 30%. That figure was never mentioned again either in print or electronic media. Then, later they announced Buchanan won only 13 delegates and Gramm won 8.
Did Buchanan actually win them all?
* Peter Jennings on ABC news using alleged "entrance polls" from VNS, predicted Bob Dole the winner at 6:56 pm, 4 minutes before the caucus opened.
* Throughout the evening, reports showed a close race (Dole 26% -Buchanan 23%). At 10pm, AP and other sources announced that "the vote counting had been halted for the night".
* In Dubuque County citizen volunteers totaled 41 precinct results showing Buchanan with 860 votes, Dole 339 and less than 245 for each of the other candidates.
* As instructed by Iowa Republican Party Chair, Brian Kennedy... vote totals were called in to VNS - not to the Secretary of State, or the Board of Elections or the State Republican Party.
* The following day the DeMoines Register reported Buchanan had 757 votes - 13% less than the actual tally reported. (Lamar Alexander's count was bumped up 5%).
* Can we assume, if the one county being carefully watched was falsely reported, the same thing happened in all counties? Surely, a loss for Dole in Iowa would have spelled the end of his campaign. Did Buchanan win in Iowa?
* At 4pm Governor Symington called the Buchanan state headquarters congratulating Buchanan's win. According to NBC poll estimates, he said, Buchanan won the primary by a wide margin.
* Networks were reporting his lead all day, and suddenly... Steve Forbes was substantially ahead with Bob Dole 2nd, and Buchanan 3rd.
* For the first time in the state's history voters were told they "could vote in any precinct they wanted" rather than their local precinct.
* Another first - a special white ballot card - of which 60 thousand voters received duplicates allowing them to vote twice by simply driving to another precinct after the first vote was cast.
* Eye-witnesses (willing to affirm this under oath) who watched representatives from the Board of Elections removing ballot boxes in the highly populated Maricopa County precincts at 2pm - long before the polls closed.
* On the basis of 60,000 duplicate cards alone, this election should be thrown out. Will Buchanan challenge these illegal procedures? He's the only one who can.
Condit's message to Americans... Computer voting is dangerous. People who program the computers can cheat and hackers can change votes leaving no trace. In states where voting is done by computer there is very little hope of ever uncovering vote fraud. Therefore, Americans must begin to work on the precinct level and reestablish ballot boxes in their localities. In areas where ballot boxes exist - get out and monitor the vote count. Take notes, video tape procedures when possible, tape conversations and above all, have witnesses with you.
CDR's message to Americans... This report is not to be construed as an endorsement for any particular candidate.
This report is about VOTE FRAUD IN AMERICA. The God-given, unalienable rights of each and every individual in America, as secured by our Constitution, are at risk when the integrity of our ballot box is no longer sacred or safe from the machinations of criminals and thieves. It's difficult enough to find honest American's to run for office considering the huge financial outlay necessary or to get them elected because of the slanted reporting or outright lies of the media - not to mention the unconscionable tactics used to totally black out honest people like Charles Collins.
Our liberties are safe only when we are represented by elected officials who adhere to the Constitution and that is surely an impossibility if our vote is stolen. r
Truth in MediaOur Reply to CDR re. VoteScam
McCain Also Congratulated Buchanan!PHOENIX, Mar. 16 - The Arizona governor Fife Symington was not the only one to have committed a "faux pas" of prematurely congratulating Pat Buchanan on his Feb. 27 primary victory. The Arizona Senator John McCain also did it. Here is a message which we posted on the Internet on March 16 in response to the above CDR story regarding the VoteScam in America:
"Congratulations on your research regarding the VoteScam in America. Thought you may be also interested in a few of other factors concerning the Arizona primary which backs up your research about the possible election fraud. Had the 'establishment' started to panic and pulled out all stops after Pat Buchanan's electoral successes during February leading up to the Arizona vote?
(1) "LIVE" TV COVERAGE PHASED OUT AS THE "ESTABLISHMENT" PANICKED?
The Iowa caucuses, which Bob Dole was expected to win hands down, were covered "real time" by a large number of channels. One could literally channel-surf from coverage to coverage. Dole won Iowa on Feb. 12, but it was a squeaker. Buchanan declared a moral victory.
The New Hampshire primary was covered "live" only by C-Span and CNN. Buchanan won anyway, sending the Party "establishment" into a tizzy.
So the Arizona primary was NOT COVERED LIVE AT ALL by any TV channel, not even the local Arizona stations! Why not? So that results could be "fixed" "off-line?" Was Buchanan robbed of Arizona victory?
Maybe. I dont know for sure. But consider the following news story...
(2) MCCAIN CONGRATULATES BUCHANAN ON ARIZONA VICTORY
As your subject report stated, Arizonas Governor, Fife Symington, called the Buchanan State HQ at 4 p.m. on Feb. 27, the day of the Arizona primary, to congratulate him on his victory.
But did you know that Sen. John McCain, who initially backed Phil Gramm, then switched his support to Bob Dole just before the AZ primary, sent a FAX the same day to the AZ media also congratulating Buchanan on victory?
According to an Associated Press report carried by the PHOENIX GAZETTE on Feb. 28, 1996, McCain's office "sent out a FAX minutes after the Arizona polls closed, congratulating Pat Buchanan on his victory."
"'Today, Pat Buchanan deserves our congratulations for winning a plurality of support from Arizona Republicans,' McCain said in a statement sent to media outlets across Arizona minutes after the polls closing," the AP reported.
The statement was apparently issued after McCain's press secretary called CNN to get the early results. McCain's office later issued a press release he had prepared admonishing Steve Forbes, the eventual "winner" of the Arizona primary, for spending $4 million on media ads.
DID SOMEBODY FORGET TO TELL MCCAIN THAT BUCHANAN WAS NOT GOING TO WIN ARIZONA - COME HELL OR HIGH WATER?
Bob Djurdjevic, Founder
TRUTH IN MEDIA, Phoenix, Arizona
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