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This is it, folks…
A personal request

Tomorrow, our foundation releases my investigations book,
How Trump Stole 2020:  The Hunt for America’s Vanished Voters.

I am asking you to order it today, right now, on AmazonBarnes and Noble or bless your heart, from your local bookstore through Bookshop.  

On Sunday, Rev. Jesse Jackson said, “Buy Greg Palast’s book now—we need to put it on the New York Times bestseller list as we did with The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.”

If we slam the Amazon and Times bestseller lists again, they’ll have to talk about it; the Peacock, the Eyeball and the Fox will have to take notice.

Let’s make sure the media can’t ignore our facts.

Noam Chomsky says, How Trump Stole 2020, is “Scary!!”
But it’s also, says Josh Fox “F#@!king hilarious!…Read this. It just might save us!

And, extended through this week, if you order the book, email us proof of your order and we will send you, as thanks, the audiobook version of How Trump Stole 2020.

So when I say, “This is it!” I mean it. This is OUR moment. If you’ve ever donated to the Palast Investigative Fund, shared my work on Facebooktweeted a link – yelled at your friends about vote theft, oil spills, vultures – then you’re part of my team – and I thank you.

People are already calling How Trump Stole 2020 “Palast’s best” – but I don’t want to make it a trilogy.  Let’s put the vote-rustling tricksters out of business right now.  

Our team —and that includes you, exposed and shut down Kris Kobach’s racist little vote stealing machine called “Crosscheck.”  Beginning with busting Katherine Harris steal of Florida for Bush in 2000 through ripping the hoods off the thieves who stole Georgia from Stacey Abrams, we virtually created the whole media debate on voter “suppression,” the fancy name for ballot banditry.


Don’t you dare despair!

We can steal it back! The book includes my special, “New Improved Ballot Condom” for Safe Voting—so you can protect your vote and your loved ones’.   How Trump Stole 2020 is an experiment – I receive no money from it – all my proceeds go to the a 501c3 not-for-profit Palast investigative Fund.

If you already bought it THANK YOU. Really, we can’t thank you enough.

If you read my columns, watch my BBC or Democracy Now! reports, you’re just getting the news appetizers. The whole enchilada, the whole book, is tastier than you can imagine.

Go to Amazon or Barnes & Noble or Bookshop right now, order the book, then write a review– then get it out to your mailing lists, your sleeper cells and on your facebook page.

We don’t have the budget to advertise like the 1% do.

But we have YOU – our army of non-billionaires – to go to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, whatever, to spread the word about How Trump Stole 2020 – and HOW YOU CAN STEAL IT BACK!!

The book is a detective story of old-fashioned gumshoe reporting. We’ll slog through the snow in Michigan where we find 75,000 missing ballots in Detroit in the state that Trump supposedly won by 10,000.  And meet the African-Americans of Milwaukee whom the GOP have targeted for “The Purge.”  If they’re really dead, how come they’re talking to me?

Today makes the difference, so please order.
And if you’d like to support our continuing investigations in Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio and beyond, make a tax-deductible donation for a signed book.



And let me invite you to join me, Amy GoodmanNoam Chomskyand LaTosha Brownof Black Voters Matter to discuss How Trump Stole 2020a virtual town hall meeting, on Thursday, July 16 at 7pm ET on our Facebook page.

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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