An article in The Independent looks at certain… anomalies… in the last midterm election. In certain states where new computerized voting machines were used, there were huge discrepancies between the pre-election polls and the outcomes, as well as quite a bit of apparent procedural sketchiness. It's important to take the appropriate sized grain of salt considering the source, but still… somewhat disturbing stuff. Read the piece before saying "ah, it's The Independent."
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