Thank you Drudge Report!
I had written posts that were picked up by the Drudge Report before, but they were always posts written for other sites. Friday afternoon saw the first time a post on Lidblog (or it’s predecessor Yidwithlid) earned a link from the Drudge Report.
The post, Disputed Presidential Elections Are Nearly As Old As The US Presidency explained the history of disputed presidential elections, and was written by my friend Fred Lucas based on his book, Tainted by Suspicion: The Secret Deals and Electoral Chaos of Disputed Presidential Elections. I added some extra passages from Fred’s book so with the exception of the introduction, the entire post consists of his words.
If you haven’t read the post yet, please do so as it shoot’s down the nonsense that Trump’s claim that the election may be rigged is unique. (Click here to read, Disputed Presidential Elections Are Nearly As Old As The US Presidency).
Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?
Thanks again Drudge Report. The first time may be the charm, but lets do it again!