Twitter Survey: 95% Say Timing Of Lawsuit Against Doug Ford Is “Very Suspicious”

Over 1,100 people voted, and almost everyone expressed doubts about lawsuit coming just days before the election.

It looks like many people aren’t buying into the last minute lawsuit attack against Doug Ford.

People have seen this game too many times before: A conservative candidate with a chance to win, all of a sudden hit by tons of last-minute scandals days before the election.

On Twitter, I posted a poll asking what people thought about the timing of the lawsuit, and the results can be seen below:

95% say the timing is “very suspicious,” 2% say the timing is “a coincidence”, while 3% say they aren’t sure.

1,179 people voted in total.

https://twitter.com/SpencerFernando/status/1003759886864445441

The overwhelming result shows that there is far more willingness to question the narratives people see getting pushed by the elitist media. Throughout the campaign, much of the media has shown a rampant anti-Ford bias, and the timing of this lawsuit, combined with details like Patrick Brown’s sister working for the same firm that’s suing Ford, is a big part of why the mainstream media is losing so much credibility.

And beyond all of that, it would be a massive danger to Ontario and to all of Canada if the socialist NDP were to gain power. Letting a very suspiciously timed scandal lead to a socialist victory is something that must not happen.

Spencer Fernando

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