Chris Sky claims that he ‘exposed the largest act of fraud in Canadian history.’
While mainstream media outlets and Toronto 99 have declared far-left candidate Olivia Chow the winner of Monday’s mayoral race, one candidate claims he lost the election due to “fraud.”
Controversial candidate Chris Sky suggested that he was the true winner of the recent Toronto election in a tweet posted Monday evening.
Sky did not provide any evidence for his claim, and Toronto 99 has not been able to independently verify claims of voter fraud.
In response to Sky’s claims, Twitter users mocked him, with Polling Canada posting a meme with a woman walking an elderly person.
The human rights advocate received 1.1% of the vote share, or 8,001 votes, according to the poll tracker at Global News.
This puts Sky in 9th place, behind city councillor Brad Bradford and in front of city councillor Anthony Perruzza.
Sky identifies as a “human rights activist,” becoming infamous for defying public health orders during the Covid-19 pandemic.
He did not immediately reply to a request for interview from Toronto 99.
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