ConCalls: Testify, Born Again Christian #RoboCon

Andrew Prescott’s immunity deal is a strange development. The loyal party worker and born-again Christian had for two years categorically denied any knowledge of or involvement in the robocall affair. But why do innocent people need immunity deals? One of the people Prescott professed his innocence to was Michael Sona.


“I looked Andrew dead in the eyes outside church. He was in his car in the parking lot. I asked him if he knew anything. He said, ‘I don’t know anything.’ That’s why I defended him when I went on the CBC. I took him at his word.”


Sources say that just before the Calgary floods cancelled the CPC convention, Prescott had made the same claim to a friend — that he was innocent of any involvement in the robocalls. At the time of that conversation, Prescott was angry because the party would not give him credentials as a blogger as they had at previous conventions.

Testify! Try not to lie.


3 responses to “ConCalls: Testify, Born Again Christian #RoboCon

  1. If he’s really a born again he’ll lie for sure. Those delusional pricks have lost track of reality altogether and will say anything.

  2. I’ve been watching Prescott and Sona mock-snarking at each other about this on Twitter. While appearing to be critical, they instead confirm what we all suspect. The “Harper Fix” is in, there will be slaps on the wrist, but nothing serious will come of this (as long as they keep their mouths shut about a certain gravy-and-cheese-curd-bedecked Minister for Undemocratic Skullduggery)

  3. Since when do churchgoing people not lie? People who go to church are some of the most ridiculous judgemental people around.

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