Robocall charges lead to unrest within Conservative party. (photo: Michael Sona, left, is seen with Prime Minister Stephen Harper in this undated photo released by the Prime Minister\'s Office. Sona has done media interviews complaining that the Conservative party is trying to make him the fall guy for the fraudulent robocall in Guelph, Ont.)
Chief electoral officer Marc Mayrand has come out to say finally that the Conservatives are not cooperating with the investigation into the robocall election fraud of 2011. I do not find this surprising, and if you’ve been reading my blog the past year, you’d know that’s because the evidence points to the Conservative Party as being involved in the fraud, as Elections Canada suspected even prior to the May 2, 2011 vote.