If you remember that the judge who sentenced Michael Sona to nine months in jail, for his role in the robocall scandal, said he didn't believe the former Con operative had acted alone.
And that during the trial, the Crown's star witness Andrew Prescott suggested that Sona's former boss was involved.
And you remember that another judge, in another robocall case that went nowhere, also suggested it was a conspiracy.
You might think that Elections Canada would keep trying to crack the case.
But if you did you'd be wrong.
Investigators are not taking any steps to contact a key figure in the Guelph robocalls case, despite a judicial finding that others were likely involved with the scheme that sent Conservative campaign worker Michael Sona to jail late last year.
So we might never hear what Ken Morgan has to say about what was going on under his nose in his own office...
Or how he explains this one:
Prescott also described how Morgan approached him on election day, after the misleading calls had gone out, and told him to log into RackNine to stop the calls. Morgan gave Prescott a piece of paper with the login ID and password for “client 93,” the RackNine account set up under the fake name Pierre Jones that was used to launch the the calls.
Why Morgan had the login information for the account was never addressed at trial.
And when you wonder how all of the above could happen? And why Elections Canada is apparently folding its tent so easily.
Or why the RCMP goes after people who smoke marijuana, but not after those who would steal an election.
Or why the RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson won't release a video of the Ottawa gunman...
So we can decide whether he's a real terrorist, as Stephen Harper claims, or just a maniac.
Or why the RCMP seems to be taking its orders directly from the PMO?
Internal emails suggest the federal government may have played a role in the RCMP’s decision in September to abruptly pull out of a news conference with Muslim groups to announce the release of an anti-terrorism handbook.
For no good reason.
Or why the Canadian Revenue Agency appears to have been turned into a blunt political weapon to go after those who dare challenge the Con regime.
And when you add it all up you really have to wonder what kind of a sinister web Stephen Harper is spinning...
And whether we're still living in a democracy.
Or what he might do next...
And that's when I cling to the hope that Great Spidey Leader will have a very
So some more light can be brought to bear on his ghastly government.
Help reveal its inner workings.
And bring the whole monstrous conspiracy, and its democratically depraved leader.
Crashing to the ground...
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