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But Breitbart isn’t “alt-Right.” It’s the principal North American platform for white supremacists, neo-Nazis and motley bigots and haters. 

And Conservative leadership candidate has chosen to advertise there. It wasn’t an accident. Here.

A few weeks ago, I pointed out online that the Ontario government had an ad there, too. Right afterwards, I heard from the Chief of Staff to the Premier, saying they were appalled, and that an investigation was underway to find out how that happened. He was very unhappy. 

Not Kellie Leitch. She put her ads there deliberately. With this latest move, she is now piloting alone through some very dark waters. She has left the real Canada. 

The only question is whether the rest of the Conservative Party is going to leave Canada with her. 



Here:

WASHINGTON — Journalists from The New York Times and several other news organizations were prohibited from attending a briefing by President Trump’s press secretary on Friday, a highly unusual breach of relations between the White House and its press corps.

Reporters from The Times, BuzzFeed News, CNN, The Los Angeles Times and Politico were not allowed to enter the West Wing office of the press secretary, Sean M. Spicer, for the scheduled briefing. Aides to Mr. Spicer only allowed in reporters from a handpicked group of news organizations that, the White House said, had been previously confirmed.

Those organizations included Breitbart News, the One America News Network and The Washington Times, all with conservative leanings. 

When a regime attempts to destroy a free press, as is happening here, democracy itself is at risk. It is the end of freedom, and the start of tyranny. 

This is what fascists do. 


So sayeth DoFo:

There is no clear “Ford Nation” front-runner in the federal Conservative leadership race, with support split between Kevin O’Leary, Kellie Leitch and Maxime Bernier, according to Doug Ford, the former Toronto city councillor and brother to late Toronto mayor Rob Ford.

“Those are the three main contenders, I would say,” Mr. Ford said Thursday, referring to support from the base of 350,000 or so voters in the Toronto area who have supported the Ford family in municipal elections.

But Mr. Ford, who is set to speak on a panel called Down with the Elites at the conservative Manning Centre conference in Ottawa on Friday, said he’s not supporting anyone in the race.

I suspect many Cons are similarly conflicted. Is the country going all Trump, in which case it’s Leitch, who doesn’t believe a word she is saying? Is it just a case of getting noticed again, meaning O’Leary, our very own Just Visiting guy? Or do we build on our Quebec base and the crucial biker gang demographic?

What thinkest thou, O wise readers?


Last night at Cherry Cola. Was epic. Snipe in particular.

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L to R: Steve Deceive, Bjorn von Flapjack III, Winkie and Snipe.


Resist!




Resist!


Come to the show! Get your very own DONALD TRUMP IS AN ASSHOLE T-shirt! Get SFH merch thrown in! Tell me, to my face, how much you hate my politics! Meet the Lisa Kinsella!

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From Abacus, the best in the biz.  Huge sample.

Check it out:

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Key takeaways:

  • Leitch’s negatives are a tad under four times her positives – and they’ve grown.
  • O’Leary’s negatives – also huge.  The more you see of him, the more you hate him, Canada.
  • Mad Max or the fiery-haired Cape Breton lady are the only credible choices, at this point. One needs better English, the other needs better French, true.  But they’re the ones voters – not those voting in this excruciatingly-long leadership marathon  – will even consider.
  • Canada isn’t Trumpland. CANADA ISN’T TRUMPLAND.  Never has been, never will be.

Will anyone listen to me? Of course not.  No one ever listens to me.

Besides, what do I know? Nothing. Three Chretien majorities, three McGuinty majorities.  I clearly know nothing about politics.

Trudeau is going to be Prime Minister until he’s old enough to receive Shoppers’ senior discounts. Carry on as you were.