Doug Ford refuses to distance himself from far-right Toronto mayoral candidate - 2018-09-24

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F0.png Doug Ford refuses to distance himself from far-right Toronto mayoral candidate September 24, 2018, Kristin Rushowy, The Spec

Ford did not receive a standing ovation from PC MPPs following his remarks in the legislature, as he typically does from his enthusiastic benches, and their applause was sparse. A few Tory MPPs looked visibly uncomfortable with the premier's response.

Later, the premier's office said, "as he said during question period, the premier denounces all forms of hate, regardless of who says it" — a comment Ford made later in the debate when asked about the future of the anti-racism directorate.

Goldy, who was trending on Twitter after crashing a mayoral debate Monday morning, posted a number of photos from Ford Fest, saying it was the sixth she's attended.

She was fired by Rebel Media last year after she went to Charlottesville, Virginia to cover the Unite The Right rally. Goldy also appeared on The Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website.

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{{cite news | author = Kristin Rushowy | title = Doug Ford refuses to distance himself from far-right Toronto mayoral candidate | url = https://www.thespec.com/news-story/8923438-doug-ford-refuses-to-distance-himself-from-far-right-toronto-mayoral-candidate/ | work = The Spec | date = September 24, 2018 | accessdate = April 28, 2019 }}