May 08, 2017

BC Election: NDP candidates under scrutiny on eve of election

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

Election day is tomorrow in BC and the NDP just can’t keep their candidates out of the news. 

If you've seen my coverage thus far you’ll know both James Wang and David Eby have had their pasts come back to bite them, but for Colleen Ross and Gerry Taft the bad news is all recent.

Watch as I show you why Gerry Taft from Columbia River-Revelstoke got himself sued for defamation to the tune of $75K, and how Colleen Ross, candidate for Boundary-Similkameen, is facing calls for an investigation into an offer she made to an independent candidate to drop out.

We are one day away from deciding our province’s fate, and the BC NDP just come with so much risk of returning to the unethical behaviour we saw on display in the 90’s with Bingogate and Casinogate.

So when you go to vote tomorrow, just remember it's the same old BC NDP, and friends don’t let friends vote NDP.

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commented 2017-05-10 11:26:34 -0400
Peter, I am not sure if I prefer a minority for the Liberals or not. They had their problems such as pushing to whole global warming nonsense. So many this will keep them more honest and not so arrogant?

I thought it was interesting in my daughters class in Christian school they did a mock research platform and vote. Out of 15 only ONE voted for NDP, because he had to just so the experiment would work. Sadly 8 voted Green Party. (6 BC Liberals).

Got in a bit of a fight with my wife as she also voted Green (in the real election). She got conned into all that nonsense about solar technology improving, ect. Blah blah blah. But she likes the idea of private health clinics. Chalk it up I guess for her being less ideological and more of a “moderate” voter I guess.
commented 2017-05-10 09:07:26 -0400
So, the Liberals won but just by the barely. A minority Liberal government.

I have a hard time believing that there are so many completely brain dead NDPer in BC that gave them 41 seats UP by 6 seats!!!

Why are those 39.86% of BC voters suicidal?

If those 39.86% want to commit economic suicide why don’t they do it to their own finances and not drag everyone else into financial ruin with them.

Next election the NDP just might make it into the seat of power in BC where they will gleefully devastate the province, just like Notley and her wrecking crew are doing in Alberta now.
commented 2017-05-09 14:23:13 -0400
I guess we will know by the end of today.
commented 2017-05-09 11:41:51 -0400
BC Liberals are about as conservative as you are ever going to get in BC. Thank God the Green is splitting the vote. Maybe it is good that the BC Cons are not doing well.
commented 2017-05-09 04:10:33 -0400
As long as there are massive amounts off BCidiots around NDP remains a real threat.
commented 2017-05-08 23:02:06 -0400
WILSON , thanks for your excellent coverage of the other side of the story

LEE , she’s wearing the watch , and the hands are stuck at 420
commented 2017-05-08 20:52:39 -0400
Another great report reminding us all about the corrupt and ethically shortchanged NDP party. Unfortunately, you’re preaching to the choir.
It annoys conservatives to the core how MSM can basically ignore, or bury in the back-pages, valuable political information such as what you have brought forward. If those unscrupulous lefties were unscrupulous righties, you know it would be front and centre with the MSM.
Praying for a good outcome tomorrow.
commented 2017-05-08 20:24:33 -0400
NDP = Marxist or National Socialist (Nazi) their brains are renewed every day, when they have a Bowl Movement.
commented 2017-05-08 20:02:17 -0400
I wonder if Rachel Notley will be wearing her Che Guevara watch tomorrow for good luck?
commented 2017-05-08 19:49:21 -0400
If the NDP are elected in British Columbia this will be a outstanding example of 1.. how stupid people can be collectively and 2..
a guarantee that the votes have been rigged.
However even with the advantage given them by 15% or so by the rigging of the votes I still believe that the NDP will be defeated.