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New Book on Voter Fraud by PJ Media's Von Spakovsky

Amir Hekmati speaks with Rep. Dan Kildee (D-Mich.) at his side in Landstuhl, Germany, on Jan. 19, 2016. (Video image)

PJ Media‘s very own Hans von Spakovsky is teaming up with John Fund for  the forthcoming book Who’s Counting: How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk.  (Available for Amazon pre-order here.)   The book releases in August.

Who’s Counting promises to pick up on some of the fine work von Spakovsky has done here at PJ Media, cataloging, for example, the radicals in the DOJ Civil Rights Division who will be enforcing federal election laws this fall in ways to help ensure President Obama’s reelection.  Ironically, two books from voter fraud deniers will be released almost simultaneously.  Not surprisingly, the pair of voter fraud denying books are being released on little-read academic presses.  This is a trend.  Academics and left leaning institutions work overtime to deny that voter fraud exists (which I discuss at length in my book  Injustice).

Americans don’t believe voter fraud is a myth, but a small gaggle of academics and their media enablers exponentially multiply this false claim.

Fund and von Spakovsky’s timely book will certainly have a large audience heading into the November election, and rightfully so.  In contrast, the professors writing at academic presses can always rely on captive students and the small cloister of Americans who don’t think voter fraud is a problem to sell a couple hundred copies.  Of course they can also rely on reporters from the Associated Press and various dead-trees outlets to buy a few dozen copies.  Stay tuned.