Good news on the RoboCon front: A team of talented, non-political-party-aligned Canadians is working to notify masses of people of the piles of evidence detailing the largest election fraud scheme in Canadian history.
There are piles of evidence. I’ve collected some of the most important bits here for you to listen to, or look through.
“The Conservative Party can say absolutely definitively it has no role in any of this.” – Stephen Harper, PM, in the House of Commons, 2012. Now it’s 2013, and Conservative campaign worker Michael Sona is charged with illegal robocalling.
Guelph was Ground Zero for the 2011 election fraud scandal, where Michael Sona ran official communications based on national campaign direction, and was pitched under the Conservative Campaign Bus (but he stood up and refused to lie down!) when Pierre Poutine was exposed by Postmedia.
“Agreed — we were told in media training at last Saturday’s Campaign Training session exactly that — ALL media must go through the “press secretary” — in our case, Michael [Sona],” Padanyi wrote [in Guelph to fellow Conservatives].
The email exchange also includes a note from Sona urging other campaign insiders to maintain a link with national headquarters.
“I am in National Caucus with the Minister until noon, so I would like until then to be able to see what the PM has to say to us in Cabinet before we submit this article,” Sona wrote.
“The Conservative Party can say absolutely definitively it has no role in any of this.”, said Stephen Harper, the liar.