Hard Evidence That Many Students Voted Twice In General Election 2017.Outrageous!!!

Courtesy of CyberBoris

https://cyberboris.wordpress.com/2017/07/18/hard-evidence-that-many-students-voted-twice-in-ge17-action-demanded/#comment-23065

Hard Evidence That Many Students Voted Twice In General Election 2017.Outrageous!!!

There is now hard evidence that the rumours are true.  Thousands of students voted twice in GE17, egged on at the polling booths they were “saving their country”. Twitter and Facebook were awash with students and relatives of students, bragging that many had voted twice in the last election.

Students are registered at home and at uni.  The elections watchdog described concerns about mostly students abusing the electoral process by voting both in their university constituency and their homes. 

Seats like Kensington, which the Tories lost by just 20 votes, could have been swayed by illegal double voting.

This Labour Party is renowned for its dishonesty.  Corbyn misled the students that he would abolish/refund student fees, knowing it would cost billions, so was impossible.

McDonnell blamed Tories for lack of social housing, when Labour is clearly to blame.  Maggie build more housing in one year than Blair/Brown in thirteen years.  Maggie was scapegoated by Labour over housing as she was over the closure of the mines.   John McDonnell also well aware fires are down 60%,  and that the closure of 10 fire stations was authorised by top fire chief Ron Dobson. The present fire chief says there was no shortage of manpower at Grenfell.

So when John Grenfell accuses the Tories of murder, if that were true, which it is not, the murderers would be his own party.

The penalty for vote rigging in a general election is £5,000.  The Electoral Commission is investigating the Corbynistas.  Every single student who cheated, should pay that fine, to teach them the seriousness of the offence they committed.

So much for Labour really won!,  eh Mr. Corbyn?

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