Rachel Notley wants you to stop protesting her carbon tax that nobody supports. But she can’t stop you, so instead, she sent a demand letter to Wildrose Party leader Brian Jean, asking him to explain why the party keeps lending its name to our rallies.
It seems all those headlines about chants backfired on them. And the media can’t hide the fact that Albertans are fed up with outrageous NDP policies that work against citizens.
Do the NDP really believe people are buying this load of made up drama when they’re sitting on so much of their own drama that’s real?
The NDP hired Brent Michael Dancey, an NDP activist from Manitoba that was sentenced to nine months in jail for brutally beating a man. He’s now Shannon Phillips’ chief of staff.
Then there’s Karen Mahon, the anti-pipeline activist that’s been arrested for civil disobedience while protesting against the TransMountain pipeline. She’s now been hired onto Rachel Notley’s Oilsands Advisory Group.
There were no arrests at our event and there were no disruptions besides those caused by NDP operatives.
The NDP want to shut us up with fake outrage.
They’re embarrassed since the events show they’ll be voted out next election and millions of dollars in election ads aren’t going to convince people to accept their carbon tax.
It’s laughable that the NDP are demanding answers from Wildrose when they employ thugs and are in fact, activists themselves.
When will they answer to Albertans for employing such people and implementing such harmful policies?