No, here’s the strategy.
For those who voted “yes” on @Bradburn, if you were that confident I see no reason why you would vote for someone else now. You have come to the conclusion that @Bradburn is lying about his role and ridding us of another evil player, possibly the Imp, is only good for us.
For those who voted “no”, you either think I am evil or that you feel the Saint issue should wait at least one more day. In that case, go ahead and vote “yes” on @skeletor. If he gets executed and the game ends because he was the Imp, great, we win! If the game does not end, we lose him and likely another player tonight (barring Monk defense) and have no further information other than two more probably-not-evil people are dead. At best, we’ll tie in the votes and we’ll only lose one person tonight rather than two overall.
I am voting “no” on @skeletor’s execution because whether he’s evil or not, I know we’ve already chosen an evil player.