Blog News LXXIV

The previous post, "Rep. Adam Smith's Political Trickery," has been revised.

The Stolen Election

Now, that the filing period for Congress is only weeks away, we must continue to bring up the matter of the Stolen Ninth District G.O.P. Primary Election of 2004, in which it is very probable that criminal, anti-democracy outsiders (possibly rogue elements from within the government's intelligence apparatus, but we have continually stressed that Adam Smith was not involved) changed the results through remote control and handed the election to Paul Lord, a political novice.  Commoner suspects that Mark Greene's criticism of the sitting president at that time, George W. Bush, was the motive behind the theft.  Another motive may have been to conduct a test run for manipulating the 2004 presidential election.  Help us solve the mystery of "The Other Curious Election of 2004" by contacting real journalists (in other words, don't bother with the Seattle Times) and asking them to look into it, and writing or calling the U.S. Attorney for Western Washington, Jenny Durkan, and requesting that she make public all matters relating to the '04 primary. 

Regarding the journalists, ask them to use "Freedom of Information" requests to get to the bottom of this case. For more information: see 2/26/13 post entitled "Major Election Irregularities (Graph & Essay), and from there, there is a list of other related stolen election posts on Commoner. Elections are too important for shams to be ignored and for accountability to be neglected.

[revised on 3/22/14] 

If possible, please, consider contributing to the Party of Commons, by sending a check or money order ($10 recommended), or contribute to Mark's U.S. Representative campaign that will be on the ballot in August, 2014 (checks should be made out to "Mark Greene for Congress"); for either matter, write to P.O. Box 612, Bellevue, WA 98009.

Thank you!

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