Looks like Dean Del Mastro is going to need some new mindboggling talking points, now. After months of denying any involvement in misdirecting voters, a new affidavit is shedding new light on alleged voter suppression activities from the last election.
An affidavit from a former employee of the company Responsive Marketing Group, Annette Desgagne, sheds new light on the election voter fraud scandal.
Desgagne’s affidavit describes telephone scripts being changed just before Election Day to say that “Elections Canada has made some last minute changes to the polling stations.” Desgagne specifically recalls calling ridings where we now know there were no poll changes.
Also according to the affidavit, Desgagne received a number of complaints from the new script. One person told her the supposed new polling location was over an hour away. Another person corrected her, saying the poll was actually in the lobby of her nursing home. But many others didn’t question her at all.
Desgagne said she even observed a fellow caller telling voters he was “calling from Elections Canada,” to which she replied “dude, you are not from Elections Canada.”
Read the affidavit here: http://canadians.org/election/documents/affidavits/FERANCE-CRAIG-00415825.PDF