What the Washington Post and MIT do not say about fraud in Bolivia
Hello, I write again on this subject that I thought was closed, but there is an intention that again tries to question the electoral fraud of the presidential elections in Bolivia. I have to talk about what the Washington Post and MIT do not say about fraud in Bolivia.
What catches my attention is that the Washington Post, one of the most prestigious newspapers in the United States with the private university of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, insists that there was no fraud in the presidential elections of Bolivia, first it was the candidate Democrat Bernie Sanders, later the MIT with the Washington Post both are certain that there was no fraud in Bolivia, there seems to be a pattern in all this.
A superficial report
I have reviewed the report more than twice and I have seen that it is very superficial, they do not take into account several points, the analysis is based on the amount of votes that Evo Morales had in the presidential elections of October 20, 2019 and I even published that he could have surpassed 10 points without the possibility of a second round, which means that Evo would have won with an approximate 50%, the one who knows the reality in Bolivia knows that this is unlikely.
The Washington Post and the MIT do not take into account what happened behind those figures, a vote count that was interrupted twice and in the last count surprisingly Evo Morales appeared victorious without the possibility of a second round, the Washington Post does not take into account in his report the thousands of ballots previously marked in favor of Evo Morales, found in the tents, which were also used for vote counting. The electoral fraud of October 20, 2019 was not only in the calculation, the minutes were also manipulated where the real results were, there is no way to hide that evidence of fraud.
The damage is already done
When the Washington Post published this report the media that respond to left-wing parties and governments of this line have echoed this analysis and now the victim of this whole issue is Evo Morales, now it turns out that the verdict is held by a country foreigner, the villain of this whole story is the Bolivian people who got tired of not respecting their vote.
Gentlemen of the Washington Post, I do not need to have a PhD in political sciences to know that there was fraud in Bolivia, if they had the time to make a report and conclude that Evo cleanly won the presidential elections, also make a report of the referendum of February 21, 2016 where most Bolivians decided that Evo Morales cannot be a candidate again, to all this. because those of the Washington Post and the MIT did not report on the fraudulent elections in Venezuela and Nicaragua, what is their interest in Bolivia.
I am one of the people who voted twice for Evo Morales in the previous elections, I have decided to stop voting for Evo, when he no longer respected public institutions, I decided not to support him when he did not respect the February referendum, where he won the NO option, which meant that Evo could not participate in the elections of October 21, 2019. I am not a rightist supporter, but I'm not a socialist fan either, I have always liked to decide among the best proposals. The only way to end this matter is to go back to the polls again and elect a new president, no matter if the winner is Evo Morales' party again, the important thing is that it be an election without cheating or fraud.
I hope that my point of view has served as something to show the reality of Bolivia and not that where foreign newspapers give their final verdict without knowing what really happened.