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El robo de votos es el asunto clave para la elección del 2020 y Palast es el experto que puede explicar el porqué.
Vote theft is the key issue to the 2020 Election and Palast is the expert to explain why.


¿Trump ya se habrá robado el 2020? El robo de votos se consideraba un asunto marginal del cual nadie quería hablar, pero los índices han subido y los hechos han salido a la luz––en gran parte gracias al autor––y ahora se reconoce como uno de los temas decisivos de nuestras elecciones presidenciales. El alcance es abrumador. En la elección de la mitad del mandato del 2018 en Georgia––el campo de pruebas––los funcionarios Republicanos calladamente eliminaron a medio millón de votantes registrados del padrón electoral––incluyendo a Christine Jordan, la prima de 92 años de Martin Luther King. Cómo Trump se robó el 2020 cuenta la historia de los planes racista para robarse la elección del 2020, los operativos políticos detrás del engaño––y los billonarios de ultraderecha que lo financian todo, escrito por el periodista investigativo que cubrió esta historia desde el principio.

Has Trump already stolen the 2020 election? Vote theft was once considered to be a marginal issue that no one wanted to talk about, but as the stakes have risen and the facts have become known––in large part thanks to this author––it is now recognized as one of the central issues deciding our presidential elections. The scope is staggering. In the Georgia 2018 midterm election alone––the testing ground--Republican voting officials quietly removed half a million voters from the voter rolls––including Martin Luther King's ninety-two-year-old cousin Christine Jordan. How Trump Stole 2020 is the story of the racially poisonous schemes to steal the 2020 election, the political operatives behind the trickery––and the hard right billionaires funding it all, written by the investigative reporter who has been covering this story from the outset.

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“Hay un dicho: se necesitan millones de dólares para mantener a las personas pobres. Palast tiene pruebas de que esto también es cierto en cómo las personas pierden su derecho al voto. En la 'gran democracia' del mundo, no roban boletas, solo te sacan de las listas. There’s a saying: it takes millions of dollars to keep people poor. Palast has proof this is also true for how people lose their right to vote. In the ‘greatest democracy’ on earth, they don’t steal ballots—they purge you out of the rolls.”

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Born in Los Angeles in 1952, Greg Palast worked as a government consultant and an investigator for labor unions before turning to journalism full time. A self described “reporting investigator” as opposed to an investigative journalist, he became a writer in order to alert a wider public to abuses he saw committed by governments, corporations, politicians, and lobbyists. For years Palast wrote a column for the Guardian called “Inside Corporate America,” and his articles have appeared in magazines and journals including the Nation, Harper’s, and In These Times. Palast’s 2002 bestseller The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, which covered in detail the fiasco of President Bush’s victory in Florida in 2000, appeared in 2002 and served as the basis for his documentary film Bush Family Fortunes. Palast lives in Los Angeles.