March 21, 2018

Wynne thinks “old white people” are the problem. So here's one suggestion... (GUEST host David Menzies)

Rebel Staff

(David Menzies guest hosts for Ezra Levant...)

So there was Premier Wynne speaking to Humber College students the other day, urging them to go exercise their right to vote in the upcoming June election.

Except here's how she put it:

“If you don’t vote, then somebody who looks like me is going to vote, some senior person, older than me, some white person."

If Wynne said simply said older people tend to get out and vote more than the younger generations – well, there’s no story. That's factually correct.

But Wynne just couldn’t resist some virtue-signaling by playing the race card, too.

Indeed, there seems to be so much to blame whites for, like the election of Donald Trump. After all, last week Hillary Clinton said that one of the big reasons she lost the U.S. election was the lack of white women voting for her given that those honkies surely acquiesced to the demands of their husbands and bosses to vote Republican.

Meanwhile back in Ontario, there’s surely some perverse irony when it comes to Wynne fretting about “old white people," as I'll explain tonight.

In fact, the more one analyzes her statement, the more ludicrous it seems.

And I've got a suggestion for Kathleen Wynne, if she really thinks that "old white people" are such a problem...

NEXT: Catherine Swift of Working Canadians joins me to talk about the role unions and foreign funding will play (again) in the upcoming Ontario election.

THEN: Sheldon Clare, president of the National Firearms Association, tries to make sense of the Liberals' gun legislation proposals.

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