The bankruptcy of the Conservative Party - 2019-06-11
"I find the notion that one's race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation would make them in any way superior to anybody else absolutely repugnant," Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer said a few weeks ago. He was addressing a crowd in a North York banquet hall, "And if there's anyone who disagrees with that, there's the door," he added.
Meaning, it would seem, "There's the door to the House of Commons Justice Committee's hearings on the spread of online hate! RSVP, repugnanteers!"
I'm getting mixed signals, Mr. Scheer. Two weeks ago, Michael Cooper, Conservative MP from St. Albert-Edmonton lashed out at Faisal Khan Suri, president of the Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council, at said committee by reading into the record a portion of the "manifesto" of the Christchurch shooter.