Macleans columnist Scott Gilmore equates flag-burning Antifa to Allied troops in WWII

Scott Gilmore leads a discussion before dinner at Cafe Chianti in Halifax, N.S. on Monday, April 24, 2017. (Photograph by Darren Calabrese)

It’s been 3 days since Macleans columnist Scott Gilmore posted this on Twitter:

No one in their right mind would consider saying these violent anarchists

are the same as our troops who stormed the beaches at Normandy yet here we have a national magazine’s columnist stating it and not a single word of condemnation from any other media member. Not a peep.

And for those unaware, Gilmore is not just a columnist, he is also married to Trudeau cabinet minister Catherine McKenna (see here)

thus making him completely untouchable and fully insulated from all criticism no matter how vile he is.



3 Responses to “Macleans columnist Scott Gilmore equates flag-burning Antifa to Allied troops in WWII”

  1. Centurion Says:

    I am shocked that Gilmore could get away with such a comment in a group of supposedly intelligent people.

  2. Guffman Says:

    Absolutely disgraceful. However I believe the worm will turn on these leftists sooner than later. People are starting to see just how far crazy left the liberal/socialist politicians, media and activists are moving – well past the line of common sense and decency. It’s not in humans DNA to allow ourselves to self-destruct. There WILL be a correction.

  3. Frances Says:

    That is a total insult to my father and all others who were in uniform in WW II – as well as to those who fought less directly – in the merchant marine, in special industries (think the smelter at Trail, B C), etc., etc. And it totally ignores history: a fair few WW II vets went on to fight Communism in Korea. I remember as a child sitting on the stairs while my parents listened to the CBC report of the dead in Korea.

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