Alberta NDP MLAs caught lying about party whip’s husband pushing female protester

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Yesterday, the Rebels’ Holly Nicholas posted a video showing the spouse of NDP MLA Stephanie McLean, Shane Bostock, pushing a female protester as she tried to gain entry to a closed-door NDP announcement reinstating disgraced MLA Deborah Drever (watch here).

The incident involved the Calgary Police who spoke with Bostock inside the building and apparently warned him that he had committed an assault. Miraculously though, no NDP officials nor Media Party members in attendance noticed any of this because not one news article has appeared and the NDP have pretended they didn’t even know who Bostock was:

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Marie Renaud is the NDP MLA for St Albert and has a background in helping adults with learning disabilities.

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Shaye Anderson is the NDP MLA for Leduc-Beaumont and this isn’t the first time he’s been caught lying about violence:

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Notice who responded to Anderson’s lie about violent farmers attending the rally.

So beyond a spouse of a NDP MLA pushing a woman, we now have a conspiracy to cover-up his assault by the NDP and Alberta media. Nice huh?

 

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2 Responses to “Alberta NDP MLAs caught lying about party whip’s husband pushing female protester”

  1. andycanuck Says:

    Somewhat related, Dean, regarding Twitter and the Left and Alberta. On CNN once a reporter misused the phrase “coup d’etat” when s/he meant to say “coup de main” when s/he tried to get fancy beyond her/his educational level and not just stick with saying “pulled a real coup”. I also think it was directly about a Republican politician as well so it accused the politician of pulling a coup d’etat.

    I wonder if the CBC reported on that in a sarcastic way too?

  2. Sue Says:

    Interesting how they continue to back-peddle and delete things. Too little too late


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