In the wake of the devastating events of the recent election, many have wondered: what is the truth behind the election results?
A new documentary series, Komputer that will air on HBO in the US and Canada, explores the issue in detail. KOMPITTER The debate over whether the US election was rigged has been going on for decades.
The American people are increasingly frustrated with the system and want to see a new system that addresses their concerns.
The documentary series Kommputer is based on The Economist and the New York Times ‘s “Mostly True” series, which tracks the most frequently cited claims of politicians and political parties.
The programme’s creators say that the idea of a “mostly true” election is something of a misnomer because it is not true.
“We want to take a look at the truth in a different way, not a way that suits the agenda of politicians,” Roberta Ziegler, the series’ director, said.
“[We] wanted to use a non-biased, non-partisan way to tell the story of the US presidential election.
We wanted to tell a story that people can relate to and that people understand.”
“I think the most important thing for us to show is that people are being denied their rights,” said Kristin Dombrow, one of the producers.
“The fact that Donald Trump is president is not a vote against Hillary Clinton. “
“That is not to say that we’re not going to try to get people to understand the truth about the US election in terms of who won and lost, but it’s going to make it more interesting.””
The fact that Donald Trump is president is not a vote against Hillary Clinton.
“That is not to say that we’re not going to try to get people to understand the truth about the US election in terms of who won and lost, but it’s going to make it more interesting.”
The documentary Kombucha Tea Party: The Truth About the Presidential Election, which premieres on Monday, will be broadcast in the UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, South Africa, Spain and the US.
As part of the programme, Dombrow will also be filming a documentary, Gorilla Mindset, which will explore the “truth” surrounding the pig flu pandemic, the first-ever presidential debate, and the debating of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.