I could have, at best won the Brighton Kemptown 2015 General Election and at worse, enabled Labour’s candidate Nancy Platts to win the 2015 Brighton Kemptown election.
Either way, Lloyd Russell-Moyle wouldn’t be Brighton Kemptown MP today if my 2015 election campaign wasn’t sabotaged by thugs, working in league with Sussex Police.
Allow me to explain:
I got 69 votes on Independence Day – 7th of May 2015. That’s 69 votes, achieved without any leaflets being sent out to the 90,000 constituents in Brighton Kemptown.
That’s 69 votes without knocking on any doors, without being invited to any Argus Newspaper hustings and without any publicity by the Argus Newspaper.
I was the invisible candidate in the Brighton Kemptown 2015 General election, but yet I still got 69 votes.
- Now just imagine how many votes I would have got if one of my leaflets was posted through 90,000 doors across Mouslecoomb, Bevendean, Kemptown, Saltdean and Peacehaven?
- How many votes would I have got if I was given the same level of publicity that the Argus newspaper gave the other candidates?
- How many votes would I have got if I was allowed to participate in the Argus sponsored Hustings, which all the other candidates were invited to participate in?
- How many votes would I have got if my campaign office wasn’t attacked on the 15 January 2015?
- How many votes would I have got if my election office wasn’t visited on a daily basis by the thugs who attacked us on the 15 January 2015?
The answer would be more than 690 votes; which just so happened to be the number of votes, Simon Kirby MP got more than Nancy Platts.
If my election office wasn’t sabotaged by thugs in association with Sussex police on the 15 January 2015, at best I could have won the election and at worse, Nancy Platts would have won the election.
Nancy Platts would have won the election and would have ran again in 2017, following Theresa may’s disastrous decision to call a snap general election.
Lloyd Russell-Moyle would never have been MP for Brighton Kemptown.
In fact it would be fair to say that Nancy Platts would have won the 2017 Brighton Kemptown election, without any collusion by the Green Party and the UKIP Party, to meddle in Democracy.