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Get the brand-new one-hour edition of The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: The Case of the Stolen Election, especially created for university, school and church screenings.
And, thanks to support from the Goodman and Puffin Foundations and the Rev. Jesse Jackson, we offer the film to schools and churches without charge, just contact us. The full 1hr:50m version is also available with movie posters and other promo material.
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The Best Democracy Money Can Buy is a searing indictment of a rigged electoral system where hundreds of thousands of people of color are routinely denied the right to vote. Palast [is] one of our great investigative reporters… If you are not outraged by what Palast has uncovered you have no heart.” – Chris Hedges

“A wild and woolly ride, peppered with moments of wry sardonic humor that would make Dashiell Hammett smile. There’s so much more I’d love to tell you about what Palast dug up. But then I’d have to kill you. So you’ll just have to see The Best Democracy Money Can Buy for yourself.” –

About The best democracy money can buy

1.1 million people of color vanish from the voter rolls and Rolling Stone investigative reporter Greg Palast goes on the hunt to find the missing voters, the scheming operatives behind the election heist, and the billionaires bankrolling the vote suppression game.
Based on the latest update of his smash New York Times bestseller, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy. This special edition of the film commissioned by the Goodman Foundation and Operation Rainbow/PUSH entertains as it informs, with cameos by Rosario Dawson, Willie Nelson, and Law & Order’s Ice-T and Richard Belzer. The film also features dynamic animation by Keith Tucker, the creator of Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
At the center of the scheme is Donald Trump’s voter-suppressor-in-chief, Kris Kobach, whose secretive “Interstate Crosscheck” system has tagged 7.2 million Americans as suspected fraudulent double voters. Undercover, Palast gets his hands on the secret lists z – overwhelmingly voters of color – and confronts Kobach. Palast then hunts down the missing votes in Ohio and Michigan – where he uncovers the stone-cold evidence that Trump’s “victory” came down to voters vanished and ballots never counted.

“No other journalist has told our story, the story of how they took away our votes from Florida to Ohio to the suppression of a million votes in 2016.” – Rev. Jesse Jackson

About Greg Palast

Greg Palast has written four New York Times bestsellers, including Armed Madhouse, Billionaires & Ballot Bandits, and The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, now a major non-fiction movie. His biography, Vultures’ Picnic, was named Book of the Year in 2012 by the BBC’s Newsnight Review.
Palast has been called the “most important investigative reporter of our time – up there
with Woodward and Bernstein” (The Guardian). He has broken lead and front-page stories for BBC TV’s Newsnight, The Guardian, Nation Magazine, and Rolling Stone.
Palast won the George Orwell Courage in Journalism Award for his BBC documentary,
Bush Family Fortunes, and a Sidney Hillman Foundation Award for “Jim Crow Returns” and “Challenging Crosscheck,” a two-part exposé which was published by Al Jazeera America in October, 2014. A Puffin Foundation fellow, Palast’s books have been translated into two dozen languages.

The film is available for school, college, university and church screenings without fee.
For more information contact Kym Allen

Greg Palast (Rolling Stone, Guardian, BBC) is the author of The New York Times bestsellers, Armed Madhouse, Billionaires & Ballot Bandits and the book and documentary, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.
His latest film is Vigilante: Georgia's Vote Suppression Hitman

Palast is currently working on a new documentary Long Knife, exposing the Koch Brothers' theft of Osage oil, to be released in 2024.

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