Green’s May calls Harper’s PMO staff “psychopaths”

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The crazy parade that is Elizabeth May continues with this latest slander of Prime Minister Office staff:

Speaking at a town hall in Nanaimo, B.C. on April 13, the federal Green Party leader and MP for Saanich-Gulf Islands called the PMO “a $10-million-a-year partisan operation filled with ruthless, cutthroat psychopaths.” (see here)

And of course May’s fans love it as this comment left on Metro News’ website demonstrates:

 

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All fun and games until one of these lunatic May followers takes it upon themselves and ups the stakes thinking they are saving Canada from Harper.

It’s not like these things don’t actually happen here in Canada (see here) and (see here).

Also: See earlier post where Liberal Bob Rae called Harper’s PMO staff ‘terrorists’ here

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Mulcair accuses Harper’s employees of illegally deleting documents

 

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I can’t imagine NDP leader Thomas Mulcair not getting hit with a lawsuit unless he retracts and apologizes for stating PM Stephen Harper’s staff acted illegally which has obviously been denied:

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Stay tuned.

Media Party’s Whalegate proven to be a lie – Humpbacks are doing great

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There are many Canadian journos who should be either penning a full retraction and apology or their resignation letters for their attacks yesterday (see here) over the Conservative government downgrading the humpback whale status.

The most egregious that I saw was the Globe and Mail editorial which flat-out stated the Conservatives were putting whales in jeopardy so they could push oil tanker traffic:

But if Ottawa approves the pipeline, it must still persuade Canadians that the highest environmental standards have been met. On that count, the Harper government’s recent decision to downgrade the protection of humpback whales off the B.C. coast ranks as an epic fail. (see here)

The problem for the Globe editor and many, many other journos along with other anti-Conservatives is that this decision was based on science:

A member of the federal advisory committee on endangered species said Tuesday that good news, not bad, lies behind the Harper government decision to reduce protection of the North Pacific humpback whale. (see here)

First Trudeau’s middle-class lie falls apart (see here) and now this – rough week for the Media Party already and it’s only Wednesday.

 

 

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