It seems inconceivable that our local newspapers would offer a front page story on election fraud in Ukraine, while ignoring stories of the same right here at home in the United States.
Every day, since November 2nd, 2004, stories have emerged detailing such things as malfunctioning voting machines, fraudulent election records in Volusia, Florida, inconsistent numbers of voter registrations vs. vote totals in Ohio, credible university studies showing serious statistical impossibilities in election results, and much more.
Yet, these daily revelations have been almost completely ignored by our media. These reports are coming not from persons with tin foil hats as is often claimed, but from PhD level citizens, election officials, and voting rights activists.
But to the rest of America, who get their information from corporate owned media sources, there is nothing missing from the daily news.
That's because, if they don't report it, it didn't happen. For most of America, we trust our local papers to report honestly and fairly.