Conservative MP Michelle Rempel took CBC 'comedian' Mark Critch from “This Hour Has 22 Minutes” to the woodshed after he posted a photo mocking former Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Critch's Instagram photo featured him in a closet with the caption “Stephen Harper stepped down. Here I am in his closet.”
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This was in reference to the October 2014 terrorist attack where Islamist Michael Zehaf-Bibeau killed reservist Nathan Cirillo at the National War Memorial before making his way to Parliament.
During the encounter, Harper hid in a closet, which was “exactly” what he was trained to do, according to RCMP.
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Michelle Rempel did not take kindly to Critch's post and proceeded to absolutely dismantle him in a series of tweets.
“I don't really have words to describe my disgust at this post of yours,” she began. “May you never have to experience hearing gunshots coming towards you while you're in a confined space. May you never have to choose between running for your life or trying to protect your friends from the unknown. May you never have a panic attack in a movie hat has gunshots in it two years after running for your life.”
After a series of tweets about the circumstances regarding the attack itself, Rempel went hardcore.
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“What you posted isn't satire, or comedy. It's a fucking embarrassment,” she slammed.
After asking for forgiveness for her “typos and expletives” she added, “And thanks for triggering me, you asshole.”
Critch has since apologized, according to Rempel, telling BCBlueCon on Twitter, “I explained what happened on that day and said I was sorry that he got flamed, but that I found his tweet tasteless. He also apologized.”
SOUND OFF in the comments: do you agree with Rempel's response? If so, would you like to see more Conservatives defend their own in such a manner?