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Avoiding Ohio

Reported by Deborah - December 24, 2004

David Lytel, invited to share information that could shed light on why people are seriously concerned about our voting process, was quickly challenged, ridiculed and shut up by both Mike Gallagher and Alan Colmes.Looked like he was invited on just so he could be discredited but that could never happen on Fox. 12/23/04

David Lytel began explaining some of the problems in Ohio and the efforts by many including Jesse Jackson and Rep. Conyers to openly explore the overwhelming evidence that leads to a defeat for Bush in Ohio.

Alan Colmes was very annoyed complaining that people like Lytel made Democrats look like sore losers. Colmes admitted that there was voter suppression, electronic ballot irregularity but Bush won and thats that.Then Lytel made a statement that Alan said that because "you work in the house of Fox". Colmes went wild defending his network claiming that Fox never told him what he could say.

Gallagher stepped in to start the ridicule suggesting that he start "putting tinfoil on his head to block aliens" The entire segment broke down as both Colmes and Gallagher joined together aginst Lytel.

comment:If there is nothing to hide, why can't we look at the evidence mounting in Ohio? Why are free elections in Afganistan and the Ukraine big stories while our election problems are hidden from the public? Why must everyone devoted to uncovering voter fraud be ignored and discredited?
After 2000, how can we stand by and let this go without taking a fair and thorough look. Our avoidance of the truth may be more frightening than finding fraud. Are we afraid that we may discover fraud and nothing will be done. Well if we let that happen, it's too late for us, anyway.

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