Kim Dotcom voted today – with cameras following:
It’s a secret ballot but there’s no secret that he’d be voting for what he’s paying for – a last-ditch attempt to avoid extradition.
The only way to stop the puppets whose strings he’s pulling having any say in government is a party vote for National.
Unless there’s a major change from recent polls, Labour and the Greens won’t have enough support to govern without the support of New Zealand First and the Internet and Mana parties – together or apart.
Dotcom can’t stand for parliament but he’s paying other people to do it for him and once there he’ll want to extract a price.
He would be the puppet master shadowing a Labour/Green/NZ First/ Internet/Mana coalition.
Only if there’s a National-led government will he be unable to pull any influential strings.
Only a party vote for National deliver that.