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From Consortium News
"Bolivian President Evo Morales steps down following accusations of election fraud" proclaims CNN.
"Bolivia's Morales resigns amid scathing election report, rising protests" reports The Washington Post.
"Bolivian Leader Evo Morales Steps Down" says The New York Times.
"Bolivian President Evo Morales resigns amid fraud poll protests" declares the BBC.
"President of Bolivia steps down amid allegations of election rigging" we are informed by Telegraph.
"Bolivia's President Morales resigns after backlash to disputed election" says the Sydney Morning Herald.
So, there you have it. The indigenous leader of a socialist South American government which has successfully lifted masses of people out of crushing poverty, which happens to control the world's largest reserves of lithium (which may one day replace oil as a crucial energy resource due to its use in powering smartphones, laptops, hybrid and electric cars), which has an extensive and well-documented history of being targeted for regime change by the U.S. government, simply stepped down due to some sort of scandal involving a "disputed election." Nothing to do with the fact that right-wing mobs had been terrorizing this leader's family, or the fact that the nation's military literally commanded him to step down and are now currently searching for him to arrest him, leading to ousted government officials being rounded up and held captive by soldiers wearing masks.
All perfectly normal and not suspicious at all.
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