On our first day of fundraising for the NoRobo Campaign, we had a exciting and scary moment when an article written about us appeared on Postmedia's Canada.com. The tone was both critical and amused, but it was a pleasure to see her cite our assertion that the Robocall Scandal "is the biggest case of electoral fraud in Canada, ever."
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As the election season heats up, an increasing number of states are working to limit the number of people who are allowed to vote. Already we have a shamefully low percentage of those eligible to vote actually participating. Florida, a key swing state, is preparing for the Republican National Convention, five days of pomp promoted as a celebration of democracy. While throwing this party, Florida Republican Gov. Rick Scott, along with his secretary of state, Ken Detzner, are systematically throwing people off the voter rolls, based on flawed, outdated Florida state databases.
So on the Huff Post today, there was a discussion of "what happened "in Etoicoke. Apparently the failed Lib MP isn't happy with his pension and wants more so he's challenging the outcome.
I got involved kind of foolishly in the fray and challegned allegations that Canada is suffering from voter fraud. At one point one poster, obviously a Lib, talked about voter fraud and issues with fake ID. He referred to some CBC report that alleges in one riding there werer 2700 flase ballots. I am not sure to whom he was referring and despite my challenge, he wouldn't tell me. I was wondering if he was talking about Rathika Sitsabaiesan.
All across Canada, concerned Canadians will take to the streets this Saturday, March 31st, as part of a second wave of protests in response to the widening electoral fraud scandal.
We can see more and more evidence of systematic election fraud. A recent CBC investigation found a national pattern of voters receiving misleading robocalls after they were identified as being non-Conservative, a result that suggests “that the misleading calls relied on data gathered by, and carefully guarded by, the Conservative Party.”