The title is a slightly paraphrased line from the movie, “Uncounted, The New Math of American Elections.”
Last night, a group of us watched this movie together, and afterward we had a lively discussion about the voting process in this country. I’ll admit, I don’t really want to face the fact that it is not just possible, but quite probable that our vote, the most precious right we have as citizens, is susceptible to electronic fraud. I think many people, including journalists, are wary of being lumped into the lunatic fringe for even daring to suggest that a massive conspiracy to suppress, undercount, or even change our vote existed in 2000 and 2004. How demoralizing is it to think about how many fought and died to give the citizenry this power, only to see it stripped away with a few lines of computer code? So, by and large, this possibility is seldom reported by the MSM.
All I can say is, go see the movie, decide for yourself. If you were arguing this case in a courtroom, you could credibly point to a preponderance of circumstantial evidence where more direct evidence may not exist.
The Belcourt Theatre will offer two shows on Monday, Feb 4th, at 6:30 and 9:00 pm, and there is Q&A with filmmaker David Earnhardt.