Counterpunch writer Doug Johnson Hatlem has a provocative series of articles on election fraud allegations in the 2016 presidential primaries.
In one of his recent pieces, he investigates the correlation between victories for Hillary Clinton and states that use old, fraud-prone voting machines. He takes into consideration places where the exit polls were off by abnormal amounts.
While acknowledging that the correlation may not have a causal connection, Hatlem says it provides an “agenda for reasonable investigation.” He offers the following path forward:
People wanting to prove this theory should be suing for a technologically sophisticated and independent review of results and the voting results’ entire computer ecosystems in places like Ohio, South Carolina, Alabama, Boston, Chicago, New York, and many others.