BBC SCOTTISH EXAMPLES OF BIAS

BBC SCOTTISH EXAMPLES OF BIAS

Yesterday saw the BBC giving yet another blatant example of Bias towards the YES campaign, as the Ruth Davidson Vote Counting Scandal rumbles on the campaign to get all votes recounted gathering pace the BBC decided to tell blatant lies by stating that campaign had 70,000 votes when in reality it had over 90,000 votes, thats three times now the BBC has used the same 70,000 figure in the last five days!

Meanwhile back to the Ruth Davidson Vote Counting Scandal, here is the full transcript that the BBC did report correctly for a change and now puts Police Scotland under huge preasure to take action.

The allegations surround comments made to BBC Scotland by Ms Davidson about 45 minutes after polls closed in last Thursday’s Scottish independence referendum.

Ms Davidson told the Scotland Decides programme: “We have had people at every sample opening around the country over the last few weeks… and we have been incredibly encouraged by the results from that.

“Going into today, going by the postal votes that were cast, our side would have had a lead and I think that we have a confidence, I hope a quiet confidence, that the quiet majority of Scots have spoken today.”

‘Taking tallies’

She said postal votes were not counted until after the polls closed, but added: “Different local authorities have had openings around the country. It is illegal to discuss that while any ballot is ongoing, so until ten o’clock tonight no one could talk about it.

“But there is people in the room that have been sampling those ballot boxes as they have been opened and they have been taking tallies and the reports have been very positive for us.”

The Scottish Independence Referendum Act 2013 states that those attending the sample openings must not “attempt to ascertain at the proceedings in connection with the receipt of the ballot papers the outcome for which any vote is given in any particular ballot paper or communicate any information with respect thereto obtained at those proceedings”.

Anyone convicted of breaching the law can be jailed for up to a year, and/or receive a fine of up to £5,000.

The sample postal vote openings, which were attended by agents from both campaigns ahead of polling day, were held to confirm personal identifiers – the date of birth and signature – on the postal ballots matched those held on official records.

The ballot papers are supposed to be kept face down when postal voting packs are opened so postal ballot agents and observers are unable to see how people have voted.

IF NO ACTION IS TAKEN WHAT IS THE POINT OF SECRET POSTAL VOTES AS NOT ONLY DO OTHERS FIND OUT WHAT YOU VOTED THEY NOW WHO BY NAME AND ADDRESS HOW YOU VOTED, BRILLIANT, NOT!