I’m giving you the following because you too deserve to be irritated by “The Incurious”. Among them is a supposed journalist who should know it’s not very Canadian to call people speaking out against election fraud schemes “liars”.
We know, from multiple media interviews, that people got live-calls misdirecting them, after they were identified as non-Conservative voters. If RMG was not involved, you, and they, must have some other CIMS accessing phone bank of live-callers in mind to pin this on? Otherwise our friends at Conservative-friendly call centres are left holding the bag on this one, even without Annette’s bold testimony to stand up to alleged election fraudsters whom you’ve eagerly jumped to the defence of.
Where are the recordings to prove RMG’s version? Release a few of those, and that’d put this to rest, no?
Also, the script says that polls have moved. Elections Canada explicitly told parties not to include that in their phonecalls. Worse for the Conservatives, there were no poll changes in six of the seven challenged ridings, so the script was flawed, or more likely, has been faked. A real journalist would note those important details.
Long time readers may recognize that ridiculous Conservative as having wanted opposition parties to be found in contempt for opposing an omnibus bill. In short, I wouldn’t give much (any) credence to what he has to say on politics.
Also terrible on fraud-booster-Friday, was P. Ross claiming the Federal Court should not hear evidence after a deadline. P. Ross recently lost a libel trial, in part for failing to submit any defense in time. The irony was too great for me, and I pointed this out to him along with the fact that his credibility is lacking since a court found him to not be credible in nasty things he’s said about Canadian Cynic. In response, he insulted my intelligence and honesty, while decrying my Ad Hominem attack on his (lacking) credibility and failed attempt at logic. I don’t have much patience for people who defend election fraudsters, and neither should you.
The #elxnfraud boosters who inspired this blog post:
The incurious, as Susan describes them: