Bernier tries to walk line between libertarianism and identity politics at People's Party's first national convention - 2019-08-18

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F94.png Bernier tries to walk line between libertarianism and identity politics at People's Party's first national convention August 18, 2019, Alex Boutilier, Toronto Star

But earlier Sunday afternoon, the 200 or so people in attendance at the PPC's first national convention were hearing a very different tune. Benjamin Dichter — a former Conservative candidate in Toronto-Danforth and co-founder of LGBTory — was warning the crowd about "political Islam" and how it has infiltrated both Justin Trudeau's Liberal party and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives.

"Despite what our corporate media and political leaders want to admit, Islamist entryism and the adaptation of political Islam is rotting away at our society like syphilis," Dichter said

Dichter, who stood at Bernier's side in a closing news conference, declined to say what he meant by "political Islam," and instead recommended a book. Bernier also declined to explain what he thinks "political Islam" signifies. When asked if he subscribes to Dichter's position, Bernier dodged the question before accusing Scheer of pandering to extremists for votes.

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