Conservative Senator corrects Postmedia’s Stephen Maher’s Duffy allegation

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Once again Postmedia’s Stephen Maher has written something that reeks of incompetence or worse, unethical journalism.

From Conservative Senator David Tkachuk:

Maher also writes: “When the case goes to trial, Duffy might argue that he had good reason to believe that he could designate his Cavendish cottage as his primary residence and pick up $90,000 in extra cheques from the taxpayers, because Tkachuk said he could.”

I told Duffy nothing of the sort. The Liberals were the majority in the Senate when Duffy was appointed; Liberal George Furey was chair of Internal Economy. Duffy might have asked the Liberals. (see here)

I’ve long ago quit believing Maher’s bosses at Postmedia would ever punish him for being untruthful – the only thing that will work, are lawsuits.


Also: For another example of Maher’s dishonesty involving a Conservative Senator see earlier post here


3 Responses to “Conservative Senator corrects Postmedia’s Stephen Maher’s Duffy allegation”

  1. Liz J Says:

    But, but, this journa**** is their star, he won an award for his work on the BOGUS robocall so-called scandal.
    I agree, lawsuits are the only option here. too many in the media party are getting away with slander, gossip, and outright lies, time is long past for litigation. We all deserve better than a pravda style media. The CBC needs to be washed out too.

  2. Sean M Says:

    Frankly, Mahar shouldn’t even be considered a “journalist”, propagandist is more fitting, or perhaps an author of fairy tales. The fact this clown wins an award for writing untruths and total fiction is a prime example of the sorry state of “journalism” in this country. Have another beer Mahar it’s another way to escape reality.

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