Ron Paul with Monica Perez (podcast of October 22, 2016 show)

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FULL EPISODE – audio only

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RON PAUL interview – audio only

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Here’s another format if you prefer:

Hour 1 – Ron Paul interview

Hour 2 – Rigged Election?

Hour 3 – Man on the Street

Where to find Ron Paul’s Liberty Report: click here.

Where to find the Propaganda Report w/ Perez & Binkley: click here.

Show notes…

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Who’s the Bigger Scammer, the Media or the Fed? Podcast of March 19, 2016 Show

On the show this week, one caller said he saw the results of Obama’s election accidentally pop up on TV before the election; another caller reprimanded me for not dismissing this out of hand. My answer? Stranger things have happened. The tweet above was sent by Newt Gingrich on November 13, 2015, more than two weeks before the San Bernardino attack on December 2, and there is no other relevant “California terrorist attack” to which Newt could have been referring. Happily, I got a little twitter support on this:

This little exchange was just the beginning. We hit on many different topics this week, so after the podcast links, I have put up links to some of the references I made…hope that’s useful. I also respond to comments, so feel free to start a conversation below…

Hour 1

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Election Fraud: A Few Interesting Videos

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This is a diebold voting machine. How can we have transparency when we put our vote in a black box that depends on a computer program to tally it? Until we can observe the vote from cast to count, voting is an act of faith in government.

It seems that over the past decade and a half the voting in this country has undergone a fundamental transformation. From evidence of election fraud in the crucial state of Ohio during the Bush-Kerry race to widespread evidence of election fraud against Ron Paul in the 2012 Republican primaries, along with the suspicious cessation of real-time exit polling  and the lack of transparency from casting votes to counting and reporting them, voting has become an unsupportable act of faith in government. But the people do still have the ultimate power: Consent of the governed is still a necessity for the rulers to rule, so they expend a tremendous amount of effort making us think we ourselves have chosen and empowered them so we won’t resist their rule.

The media’s role in this is to get us to believe that this is a real contest, at this point, among the last men standing in the GOP race and Hillary, having made her bones in the primaries against Bernie. This is a psychological endeavor of the highest order and it’s not taken lightly by those at the top. For example, David Axelrod said a year ago, “In 2007, [Hillary’s] campaign was this juggernaut of inevitability and it was a top-down experience….Voters don’t like to be told that their decision is predetermined. They want to be asked for their vote.” Enter Bernie Sanders.

Even barring election fraud and media manipulation, the reality is, as GOP delegate Curly Haugland said recently on CNBC, “The media has created the perception that the voters will decide the nomination….We are just one of the political parties. There are many political parties and political parties choose their nominee not the general public.” The host responds, “Then why have primaries at all?” Haugland: “That’s a very good question.” Here’s the answer: the perception of consent-by-democracy creates consent even among those who voted “No.”

For more on the concept of not only manufacturing consent but manufacturing advocacy among the public, click here.

Here are a few interesting examples of evidence of election fraud in the United States in the 21st century.

Election Fraud: An introduction to exit probability analysis

Here are some shocking details about who counted the vote in Ohio during the Bush v Kerry campaign.

Here is a voting machine engineer testifying that he was asked to help rig the Ohio election for Bush. (Update: looks like the video below has been pulled–big surprise! Here’s another copy of it, for as long as it lasts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEzY2tnwExs)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4aKOhbbK9E

Here is a Princeton University easy hack of a diebold voting machine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZws98jw67g

For more on election fraud, check out these sites:

http://blackboxvoting.org/

https://voterga.org/

https://richardcharnin.wordpress.com/

Update: Here’s another great video:

Update (8/12/16):
An easy-to-find $15 piece of hardware is all it takes to hack a voting machine

Update (9/12/16):

This isn’t getting press because they want to fix the problem. This is getting press because they want to control elections on the federal level rather than the state level, which will definitely ensure no fair elections ever again.

Double-voting – even triple-voting – found in US elections

Check out the language in the article:

Prosecutors say the 63-year-old Tennessee man voted in the 2012 presidential election, not once … not twice … but three times, in three different states.

Note the problem crosses state borders implying it can’t be handled at the state level.

“Election fraud is a crime against the entire American public. It is a crime against the Constitution and a crime against the foundations of our nation,” [Jay DeLancey of the Voter Integrity Project] said.

Note how the crime is framed as a federal, national issue–“a crime against the entire American public,” “the Constitution” and “the foundations of our nation.” In reality, however, the states can get their electors however they like and are responsible for ensuring the enfranchisement of their own citizens.