These Are the Candidates that the Liberals and NDP Want You to Send to Queen’s Park

Continuously media outlets have fallen for the crooked politics of the Liberal party, awkwardly calling out the Ford team for problematic candidates, and a lacking platform when in reality the opposition maintains much of the same problems.


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Recently we have noticed that most outlets have focused on the problems of one party, namely the PCs in the current Ontario election.

Continuously media outlets have fallen for the crooked politics of the Liberal party, awkwardly calling out the Ford team for problematic candidates and a lacking an official platform document when in reality, the opposition maintains much of the same problems.

Where the Liberal party screams fraud, they have a history in far worse, namely the massive hydro plans which they have put forward.

When the Liberals or the NDP discuss problematic budgets, they seemingly forget that the NDP made a massive $1.4 billion (annually) mistake in their platform, or that the Liberals themselves made a $4 billion mistake in their budget(the same budget they are campaigning off of now).

Even when the NDP and Liberals scream about problematic and offensive candidates that must be removed, they maintain and support radicals themselves.

We have highlighted just a few below:

Etobicoke Centre NDP candidate Erica Kelly:

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Would “not be sad to see” American “gun nuts” blown up in a drone strike as part of a civil war, according to a social media post from just this February.

Scarborough–Agincourt NDP candidate Tasleem Riaz:

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Approvingly shared a Hitler quote, which has been called a worrying sign of antisemitism becoming a trend within the party. Leader Andrea Horwath offered some words of support for the candidate after being asked about it.

Mississauga Centre NDP candidate Laura Kaminker:

Refuses to wear a poppy, writing in a 2014 blog post, “I just wear my peace button on my jacket as always, and wait for the collective brainwashing to blow over. When our masters give the signal, everyone can take off the fake poppy – made with prison labour – and create a bit more landfill. And another annual ritual of war glorification comes to a close.”

Has attacked sports teams like the Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, and Toronto Blue Jays who honour our troops at games.

A 9/11 conspiracy theorist who strongly believes we should stop memorializing the 3,000 lives lost, including 26 Canadians. In 2010, she wrote “Enough about September 11…for the US. For the world. Enough already,” and in 2011 she wrote “It makes me want to shout: Go away! Go the fuck away! All of you fixating on this one event, the whole world expected to stand in hushed silence because a bad thing happened to Americans.”

While she does not want to honour the troops who have fought for the freedom and rights we all hold dear, she does want to wage a war on Christmas, writing ““If there were a war on Christmas, I’d think about signing up.”

Is a self-described Marxist, who after a conference wrote that it was a “weekend of inspiration, education, and revolution.”

Ottawa Centre NDP candidate Joel Harden:

Supports the radical and extreme Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel.

Silvana Goldemberg, writing for the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, described BDS as “Antisemitism disguised as anti-Zionism.”

Scarborough North NDP candidate Dwayne Morgan:

A 9/11 conspiracy theorist who tweeted, “Now if they could do something about Bush’s role in 9/11, people could finally get closure”

Given these obvious financial and morally grey problems, how is it that almost all media hit jobs have been against Ford?

Markham—Unionville Liberal Candidate Amanda Collucci:

Collucci posted suggestions on Facebook that the 9/11 terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 that killed nearly 3,000 people at the Twin Towers in New York City when two hijacked airliners were flown into them, was actually an inside job. The posts date back to Sept. 11, 2012.

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Ali Taghva

Business owner, former riding President, and Bachelors in Industrial Relations from Mcgill. Interested in the intersection of politics and culture. I firmly believe in a free media and work to push new stories to your door each day.

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