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ROZZERS ONTO LABOUR THEFT OF P’BORO

By Pete Moore On June 17th, 2019

Police are investigating five allegations of malpractice relating to the Peterborough by-election, which Labour won by 683 votes.

Three of these relate to postal votes, one allegation is of bribery and corruption and the fifth is of a breach of the privacy of the vote, Cambridgeshire Police said.

That last one, a breach of the privacy of the vote, refers to allegations of “voters” photographing their ballot to prove they voted Labour in return for fifty quid, or whatver the going rate is.

There’s no doubt that the corrupt Labour Party employed convicted election fraudsters and stole the by-election. Up and down the country, Labour steals seats. It’s rampant, it’s known about, but nothing will be done about it because it’s muslims who are doing it.

11 Responses to “ROZZERS ONTO LABOUR THEFT OF P’BORO”

  1. Police are investigating five allegations of malpractice relating to the Peterborough by-election, which Labour won by 683 votes

    So that means then that Labour won it by 678 votes? I wonder if the Nige likes that taste of those grapes?

    In your opinion what should now be done regarding the Peterborough by-election?

  2. Whinging snowflakes

  3. Sore losers Reg.

  4. five allegations of malpractice…..Labour won by 683 votes

    So that means then that Labour won it by 678 votes

    Yes – that should satisfy the stupid and the credulous.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-48665324

    Police are investigating five allegations of malpractice relating to a by-election won by Labour in Peterborough earlier this month.

    Postal votes accounted for 9,898 of the 33,998 ballot papers received.

    Four hundred of the postal votes returned were rejected due to either the signature or date of birth – or both – not matching council records.

    As can be seen, each allegation involves many votes especially given the way that pakis garner postal votes in a tribal manner. It’s just what they do so the only way to deal with it is to abolish local postal voting i.e. voting by post within the constituency.

  5. Four hundred of the postal votes returned were rejected due to either the signature or date of birth – or both – not matching council records

    Stupid and credulous indeed. Maybe you should learn what the verb to reject means before shouting about 683 / 678 votes?

  6. There are rejected ballots in just about any election

    Is this number outside the normal amount

  7. In your opinion what should now be done regarding the Peterborough by-election?

  8. “Is this number outside the normal amount”

    It is a suspiciously high number. In the 2015 UK General election there were 98,000 spoiled votes out of over 30 million votes. It averages out at about 0.32%. 400 spoiled votes out of a ballot of 34,000 would be about 4 times that amount. And if you just take it from postal ballots 400 from 10,000 would be about 12 times that.

  9. Now ultimately the impact on the election is questionable. If 400 were rejected for the wrong date of birth and/or incorrect signature then that means that the remaining 9,900 postal ballots had correct dates of birth and a correct signature. So unless they are suggesting that the Labour Party are master forgers then I don’t know why they are focusing on the spoiled ballots.

  10. //Police investigating five allegations of electoral fraud following the Peterborough by-election have found that no offences were committed in respect of three of the claims.

    Cambridgeshire Police said officers were continuing to investigate two allegations, of a breach of the privacy of the vote and of the burning of ballots.

    The force said no offences were revealed in respect of one allegation of bribery and two allegations relating to postal votes//

    https://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/local-news/peterborough-byelection-fraud-investigation-police-16451123

    No doubt a globalist/ establishmant / elite cover up or something.Either that or snowflake sour grapes.

  11. Some people don’t like being told to vote again.