Musings —03.07.2012 09:13 AM—
- The noose tightens: “The mysterious “Pierre Poutine” at the centre of the robocalls scandal used a real street address in Quebec when he set up an account to send out misleading election day messages and left a digital trail that could help investigators discover his true identity.”
- What happened at the Manning Centre?: Again, Preston Manning calls the spreading electoral fraud allegations “bad.” But a still-unrebutted shocker by a B.C. professor states that the Manning Centre taught courses in how to suppress the vote, seen here. So which is it?
- Follow the money: …and the follow the lists. As BCL and others have noted, whomever has the central list – in the Reformatories’ case, CIMS – is ultimately in a position to execute a multi-jurisdictional vote suppression campaign. This fool from Saskatchewan has now perhaps confirmed that the election fraud could not have happened without the knowledge, or involvement, of at least one person in the central CPC campaign. A presentation I did about how they created that fabled database is here: