Of course you wouldn’t.
But Ontario’s three main political parties did. A committee comprised of all the main parties in the Ontario Legislature have given Canada’s leading white supremacist an opportunity to speak to them about abortion.
I’m not making this up.
Paul Fromm is one of the most notorious haters on the planet. A sampling of his past:
• He is director of the Council for Conservative Citizens, which the Southern Poverty Law Center characterizes as a white supremacist group
• He has been a host of a show on the neo-Nazi platform Stormfront, which is run by the former leader of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
• He was a founder of both the Edmund Burke Society and the Western Guard, racist groups which morphed into the Ku Klux Klan in Canada
• He has been filmed speaking at an event honouring the Order, a homicidal neo-Nazi Aryan Nations offshoot, at which he led a crowd shouting “Sieg Heil!,” “white power,” “Hail The Order!,” and “nigger, nigger, nigger, out out out,” while performing the Nazi salute
And, now, Ontario’s Liberals, Conservatives and NDP have asked him too speak about the planned abortion clinic “bubble zone” law.
Seriously. They did that.
If you want to oppose this, you can email Kathleen Wynne, who I know will be appalled by this rank stupidity. Patrick Brown and Andrea Horwath, too. Their emails are:
Raise your voice. That is the only way to fight hate – and to educate those who should know better.
UPDATE: I am told Patrick Brown just got Fromm kicked out. Well done!