This week The Rebel was finally given access to the absence reports from the last Alberta Legislative session. We learned that former NDP MLA Stephanie McLean’s absence from an entire Legislative Session was due to a pre-planned injury or illness.
We knew she missed months of work, it was obvious – but until now, we didn’t know the reason. It sounds fishy, doesn’t it?
What’s even fishier is that McLean is alive and well, working at a Law Firm in Victoria, B.C. I know, because I spoke on the phone with her at work! I recorded it, and I will share it with you in my video, but first, some background.
News broke on January 2 that McLean was resigning her seat. Coincidentally, the deadline had passed for a required by-election in her riding. If she had resigned on June 18, there would have been a mandatory by-election to ensure residents of Calgary Varsity had representation. McLean made sure that didn’t happen.
In Calgary Varsity, Notley’s handpicked communist advisor Anne McGrath was slated to replace McLean, but there is no way a commie would win in Alberta with all eyes on her. Instead, she would run in the General Election. So to save the NDP an embarrassing defeat, McLean pretended to still be an MLA.
NDP MLA Stephanie McLean pre-planned two months’ worth of absences from the Alberta Legislature, so I called her to ask her what kind of pre-planned illness she had. I called twice, her receptionist had me call back later. Listen carefully to the conversation in the video above. You are not going to believe what she said.