Kinsella, Postmedia, And The Paid Campaign To "Seek And Destroy" - 2019-10-21
Later that day, the Toronto Sun published the latest of Kinsella's regular freelance contributions, in which he took great issue with what he called the "dishonest" efforts of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to portray Conservative leader Andrew Scheer as racist.
"If Trudeau wants to denounce real bigotry — and he, and all of us, should — he should train his sights on Maxime Bernier's People's Party," Kinsella wrote in the newspaper. "Bernier and his cabal have devolved into the porch-light of Canadian politics, attracting all the bugs and the creepy-crawlies."
A source with knowledge of Project Cactus says the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) was the client paying Daisy for the work and that members of the firm were in communication with party representatives. A secondary goal of Project Cactus, the source says, was to deflect attention from the Conservatives' own problematic candidates, including ones who've expressed Islamophobic views.