On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I reported on the reaction of the mainstream media to the results of the Alberta election. In particular, the panelists covering election night on CityNews Edmonton.
There were three young women on the panel, including pro-business advocate Amber Ruddy. But I want to focus on the remarks of the other two panelists, Pam Rocker of Affirming Connections Calgary and Mel Vee an "artist and volunteer" with the Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation.
Rocker raised the delusional specter of the UCP firing teachers "for being gay", while Vell viewed the results of the election as proof Albertans care more about jobs and the economy than her life...
The only hatred I've seen during this election is from these two panelists and the NDP, who seem to hate their fellow Albertans.
Is this really the look and sound of Edmonton these days? Because if it is, yikes!