A new article by Joe Warmington shows just how disgusting this election is getting.
Yesterday it was the Liberal candidate who had previously shared 9/11 conspiracies.
Laura Kaminker the NDP candidate for Mississauga Centre views remembrance day poppy as “collective brainwashing” which is “made with prison labor”, and used by “masters” to control us.
Now I won’t go too in depth into just how distasteful her comments are, Joe did a great job of that already.
What I will focus on is the glaring double standard that is obvious in this election.
While the media has continued to attack Doug Ford and the Conservatives at nearly every possible instance, they have played softball with Liberal and NDP candidates.
If there is no place for the comments of some PC candidates, surely there also is no place for Candidates which disgrace the history of Canada’s fallen heroes.
Something tells me though that Kathleen Wynne and Andrea Horwath will not ask for either of their candidates to resign.
They will instead continue to take hypocritical lines of attack aimed at defeating the PCs, and hoping that as long as Doug loses, one of them wins.
The truth is disingenuous attacks like this only cement in the eyes of voters how little they can trust the evidence lobbied by the left.
In the simplest sense, if the NDP or Liberals want to have their strategy of political correctness taken seriously, they must be willing to fall on the same sword they extend to their opponent.
Private schools receive as much as 70 per cent of their funding from the province.
Bullying Catholic healthcare providers into compliance is unwise.
The policy sounds harmless at first but could cause serious problems.
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