Friday, November 07, 2008

The Times told in advance that Labour would win Glenrothes?


We remember Independent Television News in the UK announcing, early in the morning, that Al Gore had beaten Bush.

The exit polls showed clearly that Gore had won.

When morning came, ITN News had to announce that Bush had won.

Was the Glenrothes by-election, in Scotland, rigged at the last moment?

A lot is at stake, including Scotland's fabulous oil and alternative energy wealth, and military bases.

The Times (Rupert Murdoch), Scottish edition, on 7 November 2008, has a story by Angus Macleod, entitled "Labour scent stunning victory at Glenrothes".

This story, written before the result was known, tells us that:

1. "The victory for Labour came as something of a surprise since senior Government sources had been briefing over the past 48 hours that they believed the seat was lost to the SNP."

2. "The result represents a major turnaround for Labour."

3. "...The victory comes on his (Gordon Brown's) home turf of Fife."

4. "For the SNP, the result spells the end of the political honeymoon..."

Had Macleod been tipped off by mysterious dark forces?

We know this news story was written before the result was known because Angus Macleod begins the story by writing:

"Gordon Brown appeared to have completed a remarkable political resurgence early this morning when Labour seemed to have overcome the odds and won the Glenrothes by-election...."

aangirfan: VOTE FRAUD IN GLENROTHES?

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1 Comments:

Blogger Eric Indiana said...

Of course, the exit polls turned out to be correct & Gore really did beat Bush, but the US SUpreme COurt would have none of that. If they HAD declared Gore the winner, this is what would have happened: http://daisybrain.wordpress.com/2010/03/09/things-that-never-happened-but-could-have/

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