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Fox turns blind eye to continuing investigation on 2004 election

Reported by Chrish - April 12, 2005

Fox News Channel was Bush/Cheney's cheerleading megaphone for the 2004 election, so it is no surprise that they have clammed up on investigations into irregularities in key states that seem to have given Bush the presidency yet again. Fortunately for democracy there are still some Internet-bonded grassroots activists who continue to uncover the corruption and deception. The weekly BlogCall arranged by Bob Fertik of Democrats.com and hosted on RadioLeft.com (Tuesdays, 12:00 and 6:00pm ET) this week featured Andy Stephenson, Education Director of Vote Trust USA .
You can download and/or listen to this call and others, archived at whiterosesociety.org .

In the aftermath of the most recent stolen election in 2004, Andy was on the ground in Florida and Ohio securing hard evidence of fraud and manipulation.

As Andy points out on his website "Activists in almost every state are pushing back against the decision-makers' move toward e-voting, but without a solid national support network to share resources, information, and strategies, it can be very difficult to make the headway that is needed in time to make the difference - and as we all know, the time to make the difference is now."

Apparently Fox has the time and personnel to bring viewers minute-by-minute coverage of Michael Jackson, Martha Stewart, Scott Peterson, Kobe Bryant, etc. court cases ad nauseum but can't spare anyone to report on the devastating effect paperless electronic touch-screen voting machines will have on the future of all Americans, regardless of party or ideology.

You can still make your voice heard and find opportunities to join the fight for paper ballots at Vote Trust USA , and VelvetRevolution.us .

Fox isn't going to spread the word so it's up to us.

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