The two finalists square off in the first of three debates
Investigate the Voting Process!
The result was rigged. The numbers don't add up. Thousands of votes weren't counted.
And millions of Americans are standing up to demand justice!
The person who really won this contest may have already conceded defeat, but time will reveal that America intended to choose Clay Aiken over Ruben Studdard.
The evidence of voter fraud is clear:
- The machines are obviously rigged since the devices on which most people voted originate from the same region of the country as Clay Aiken's opponent. The owner of AT&T wireless refuses to allow a paper trail and has privately promised to "deliver Ohio for Ruben."
- Before the polls closed, media pundits such as Simon Cowell tried to influence the outcome by discouraging Aiken-philes from voting.
- Once the polls closed, Ryan Seacrest said on Fox that Studdard prevailed by a mere 1,300 votes, while CNN claims he won by a 130,000-vote margin.
- Some people waited hours to vote! Fox failed to take into account massive voter turnout. Independent reporters are starting to dig up evidence that hordes of Aiken supporters were unable to vote at all, largely because of the disenfranchisement caused by busy phone lines.
- The ballots was designed to confuse voters, since the number *1* on the telephone is close to the number *2.* Does anybody think thousands of elderly Jewish voters in Florida intended to vote for Ruben Studdard?
- Most of all, how else can you explain the discrepancies between the official count and the exit polls? Which is to say, how could the results of this election be accurate if Clay Aiken's album debuted at #1 and Ruben Studdard barely hit the Top 10?
This is as bad as poll taxes and Jim Crow laws!