There’s something fishy in California, where there are still somewhere in the neighborhood of 2.5 million outstanding votes not yet counted, and there were many millions more who complained that they were either purged from the voter roles, their ballots had no presidential choices or encountered other issues and were given provisional ballots, not knowing when or even if their votes will be counted.

Welcome to the voting system in “the greatest nation in the world™”!

On March 27, two election integrity activist attorneys from Ohio participated in an event with the Institute for American Democracy and Election Integrity.

Lori Grace, on behalf of the Institute for American Democracy and Election Integrity (, presented Bob Fitrakis, PhD, JD, and Cliff Arnebeck, JD, two election lawyers she has worked with since 2004. They talked about past challenges to election integrity in our presidential elections, the challenges we face in the current presidential election, and the opportunities we have as voters to create a more honest election.

Follow the link to watch the full presentation (runs approximately 2. 5 hours). If you need some enticement, check out this excerpt, explaining the lawsuit Fitrakis and Arnebeck are filing.

 If you need a more entertaining explanation of what this is about, try Lee Camp!

 This morning, Bob Fitrakis joined me on the show to give us the background, and update us on the lawsuit. (The simple answer to the most asked question today is that they have not yet filed the lawsuit due to the crazy and voluminous amount of information coming out of California, but he estimates it should be filed within a week or so.)

If you’d like to get involved, get more information, or help fund the lawsuit, go to or  And check out THE STRIP & FLIP SELECTION OF 2016: FIVE JIM CROWS & ELECTRONIC ELECTION THEFTthe new book from Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman on the bigger problem.

I took lots of your phone calls after the conversation with Bob Fitrakis. We’ll continue talking it out, and pushing forward with the political revolution. We may have to pivot from the candidate to the issues, but the issues are what this is all about.

On Monday, we’ll get some wisdom from Seth Abramson and Joel Silberman.

Until then, Justice or Bust!