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The Big Fix 2000
Who own America’s elections?
Did Mobsters decide the fate of the election in Florida, in a contest that had nothing to do with counting hanging chad? While the nation’s eyes were riveted on punch cards being held up to the light, charges a new documentary, Mob-controlled companies that count America’s vote were slipping through the back door and stealing the election.
Top executives of the election companies responsible for the Florida Vote Snafu have been convicted of multiple election-rigging felonies, the show charges, and "look more like extras on the TV series The Sopranos than people we’ve entrusted with the sacred American right to vote, "snorts producer Daniel Hopsicker. "The big question, of course, is, ‘what happened in Florida? We found the answer in New Jersey."
The Big Fix 2000 take viewers backstage for the aftermath of what’s the producers call "Indecision 2000." From Austin, Texas, on election night to the media frenzy in Tallahassee and Palm Beach, Florida...and on to the mean streets of New York and New Jersey before making a final stop at New Orlean’s Mardi Gras... at every stop uncovering hidden connections to nationwide electoral fraud.
"The hitherto-unexamined shady ownership of the two election companies largely responsible for the Florida Vote snafu reveals some sad and deeply-disturbing truths about the pervasive political coruption in America today," says Hopsicker. "And the biggest shock is that no one in our nation’s so-called ‘free press’ has even hinted at any of this."
Said a staffer at theconspiracychannel.com, currently premiering a 6-minute clip from The Big Fix 2000, "When we first learned of a Mob connection to the Florida vote, someone scoffed that maybe we’d been watching too many Sopranos’ reruns. What it has turned out to be, instead, is a case of real life imitating HBO."
"Covering the coverup since the dawn of the Millenium."
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