I have some very exciting news to announce today! Over the course of the election in Alberta, The Rebel has been exposing the stories that the mainstream media just doesn't want you to hear, especially when it comes to the NDP. We've been exposing their lies, their missteps, and even their radical histories. Today I'm personally taking it one step further.
Anne McGrath, the NDP candidate for Calgary-Varsity, is a communist through and through. She ran as a communist in 1984, at the height of the Cold War, when every hour of everyday Canadians were scared that a nuclear holocaust was imminent. Meanwhile, McGrath thought it was prudent to root for the other team, to represent the ideology of Mao, Stalin, and Marx.
Today I made an advertisement that I will be putting on a billboard truck and driving around Calgary-Varsity, the constituency McGrath hopes to represent. I'm buying this ad personally, and out of pocket, because my resolve has never been stronger: communism is not acceptable in Alberta.
The problem is that McGrath has made sure to censor myself and The Rebel at every turn. She actually called the police on me for asking her tough questions. Not just that, but the popular link-sharing site Reddit initiated a site-wide filter for everything bearing McGrath's name. The censorship is real, and enough is enough. Hopefully, this dramatic step will finally expose Anne McGrath’s red record to the people she desperately needs to keep in the dark.
I figured that the only way that we can actually get this message out to the constituents of Calgary-Varsity - to let them know that their NDP candidate is not just some happy-go-lucky socialist, she’s a communist, is to deliver the message to their doors, where McGrath and the Election Commissioner can’t censor me.
If you want to hear the full story about Anne McGrath, please go to AnneMcGrath.ca where we have several stories about this would-be MLA.
And if you want to pitch in to help cover the costs of my journalism, and help get this message out, I would very much appreciate it. You can do it on the same website, AnneMcGrath.ca