VOTESCAM: THE STEALING OF AMERICA
A Review by Don Doig
James M. and Kenneth F. Collier are brothers who have spent twenty-
five years investigating computer vote fraud in America. The tale they
weave is convincing, provocative and profoundly disturbing.
Widespread adoption of computer vote counting technologies have
opened up elections to manipulation and corruption on a previously
unimaginable scale. Indeed, they demonstrate what appears to be
what can only be called a conspiracy to control elections nationwide.
As the introduction says: "The vote has been stolen from you by a
cartel of federal "national security" bureaucrats, who include higher-ups
in the Central Intelligence Agency, political party leaders, Congressmen,
co-opted journalists--and the owners and managers of the major
Establishment news media, who have decided in concert that how
America's votes are counted, by whom they are counted, and how the
results are verified and delivered to the public is, as one of them put it,
'Not a proper area of inquiry.'"
The book details political corruption reaching to the highest levels of
government, involving wholesale electronic vote fraud, cover-ups by
state officials and the federal Justice Department, and the major media,
which has formed a consortium "(b)y means of an unofficial private
corporation named News Election Service (NES), the Establishment
press has actual physical control of the counting and dissemination of
the vote, and it refuses to let the public know how it is done."
The NES has suppressed third party election results for years, by
refusing to report or even count these votes.
So let it not be said that jurors have no right to question the
handiwork of their legislators. Jury veto power is a necessary check
and balance when the legislature is fairly elected; when it is not, it is the
sole pillar on which all our freedom and security rests.
Votescam ought to receive widespread attention. I recommend you
read it and give copies to associates and contacts.
VOTESCAM: THE STEALING OF AMERICA by James M. Collier and
Kenneth F. Collier, Victoria House Press, 67 Wall Street, New York, NY
10005. 1992, $6.99, 394pp.