It’s a standard election campaign tactic – put supporters at a busy intersection waving signs for the candidate.
But it may not have worked that well Wednesday morning for B.C. Liberal and Green supporters, who were at the north end of a very busy Second Narrows Ironworkers Memorial Bridge.
“This bridge is so backed up, it’s ridiculous. They’re just creating a visual distraction, they’re not doing much, and nobody’s going to vote for them now.” woman calling AM730 was joined by many others on Twitter, blaming the political demonstrations for the back-up on the bridge.
A woman calling in to AM730 was joined by others on Twitter, blaming the political demonstrations for the back-up on the bridge.
@AM730Traffic Who are the politicians responsible for making me late today? I will find out and not vote for them
— Morbogon (@morbogon) April 12, 2017