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Publisher's Summary

Follow Greg Palast, investigative reporter for Rolling Stone, The Guardian, and Democracy Now!, as he hunts for the vanished voters of Trump's America. 

Yes, the election's stolen, but Palast tells you how to steal it back! 

Palast lets you in on the nasty secrets of Trump-merica's democracy:

  • One in five mail-in ballots are never counted.
  • The chance of your vote being thrown in the garbage is 900 percent higher if you're Black than if you're White.
  • 16.7 million voters were purged from the rolls in the past two years. 

In How Trump Stole 2020, you meet the scamps, scoundrels, and grifters (or "governors" as we call them in America) doing the dirty to voters of color. The book includes an exclusive interview with Stacey Abrams on vote thievery.

You may know Palast as the fedora-wearing gumshoe, an old-school investigative reporter who busted the theft of Florida in 2000 for The Guardian and in his New York Times best-seller, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy

©2020 Palast Investigative Fund (P)2020 Palast Investigative Fund

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