Labor parachutes Gold Coast senate candidate into Cairns
by Jim O’Toole
The Labor Party never learns. Again Far Northern voters have been treated as second-class citizens by Labor dropping in a senate candidate from the Gold Coast.
Nita Green and her wife Lacey have relocated to Cairns, joining the Labor Lower House do-drop-in candidate Elida Faith, much to the delight of Cairns Post reporter Chris Calcino who already has claimed a senate victory for Green.
It is understood Green has strong union support not for being a vocal advocate of same-sex marriage or the killing of unborn babies, because she is a union hack and will do their bidding in the senate if elected.
Cairns News has exposed wide-spread vote fraud which the ALP has orchestrated for 20 years or more. (https://wp.me/p2dFb5-2RR)
Investigations by Vote Australia have revealed the same-sex marriage plebiscite result was severely skewed by fraud after the Australian Bureau of Statistics admitted it found 248,000 fictitious names on the electoral roll.
The ABS did not pass on these bogus names to the AEC.
Vote Australia spokesman Lex Stewart said the real plebiscite result was ‘no’ in a similar proportion to the ‘yes’ vote.
Green’s support will be shored up by trade union rent-a-vote unless the Prime Minister forces the Australian Electoral Commission to clean up the roll and introduce ID provisions requiring voters to prove their identity when registering to vote at a polling booth.
The AEC reported 18,000 voters who voted more than once at the last federal election.
Postal voting ID requirements also should be strengthened, Mr Stewart added.
The Prime Minister has been warned by Vote Australia that the Liberal Party will be swamped by bogus voters in all marginal seats such as Herbert, which was stolen by the ALP at the last election by just 37 votes.