January 16, 2016

UPDATE: Woman shoved at NDP event. Media Party silent (as usual)

Holly NicholasRebel Commentator

I did a piece earlier this week on a Calgary Bow constituent that attended the Deborah Drever welcome back announcement.

The event was closed and the woman shouldn’t have been in attendance, but the man who shoved the woman in an attempt to keep her from entering the building, looked like NDP MLA Stephanie McLean’s husband. It was completely uncalled for.

The police later arrived when a group of protestors from Stand Up For Alberta, who were also at the event, called them to assist the woman that had been pushed.

This event was swarming with media – they even interviewed Trevor Marr – but they didn’t tell the side of the story from the constituents' angle.

You would think that for a venue swarming with the press, someone would have given a balanced report of what happened – but they didn’t.

Even NDP MLA’s are trying to cover the incident up. This is the type of media non-coverage that got the NDP elected in the first place.

They didn’t dig into any of the candidates before the election and articles uncovering the real NDP and its paper candidates surfaced a day before and even after the election.

Do you think the general public would have voted for a guy like Rod Loyola who idolizes Hugo Chavez if they had been forewarned?


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commented 2016-01-30 23:50:18 -0500
Women aren’t any more important than men. And its not as if the Canadian media are pro women—most of the Canadian media are of a Marxist bent—as such are anti Women and anti Canada.
commented 2016-01-17 14:42:37 -0500
DARRYL JOHN-The inflation Rate in Argentina averaged 203.46 percent from 1944 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 20262.80 percent in March of 1990. Inflation Rate in Chile averaged 43.28 percent from 1951 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 746.30 percent in April of 1974.
The inflation Rate in Brazil averaged 378.14 percent from 1980 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 6821.31 percent in April of 1990. The inflation Rate in Bolivia averaged 294.80 percent from 1968 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 23464.36 percent in September of 1985. The inflation Rate in Peru averaged 294.51 percent from 1970 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 12377.32 percent in August of 1990. The Inflation Rate in Uruguay averaged 32.36 percent from 1938 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 182.86 percent in June of 1968. Let’s compare to Venezuela, where the inflation rate was recorded at 108.70 percent in the first nine months of 2015. Inflation Rate in Venezuela averaged 27.71 percent from 1973 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 115.18 percent in September of 1996. Source: http://www.tradingeconomics.com/
commented 2016-01-17 12:45:55 -0500
John Landry tell me which one of the other countries have run away inflation 141% and cannot even supply toilet paper or basic food items to the people.
commented 2016-01-17 10:35:33 -0500
DARRYL JOHN-And the other South American countries that cooperate with the US are real dream lands as well. If conservatives are to make gains they need to take up causes like the left has so successfully done and most of their causes are BS. Imagine how well conservatives could do by taking on challenges the affect real people with real ingrained problems. Ezra Levant has organized a few causes on this web site in respect to journalism, but many more could be achieved if conservatives took on causes outside their usual cache.
commented 2016-01-17 09:55:05 -0500
John Landry he took over the BIG AMERICAN COMPANIES the production in Venezuela was on decline far before oil dropped, He was a fool who was corrupt to the core and now the regular people will pay for it. The bus driver is no better. 141 % inflation, huge crime rates, yes a real dream world for you is it.
commented 2016-01-17 09:51:37 -0500
This type of thing is the beginning of the end for the NDP the hatred of them will continue to grow and they will continue to do more things like this. ClOSED EVENTS because they are scared of the people they represent will not help there gov but have the opposite effect. Keep up the fight Albertans the NDP is starting to fray now only a matter of time till some real interesting bozo eruptions
commented 2016-01-17 00:57:04 -0500
NDP, KGB, all the same BS.
commented 2016-01-16 22:55:02 -0500
Though I agree if the shoe were on the other foot and a Conservative had done this to an NDP protester this would have been considered a bigger deal, I still think this really was a non-event. The guy used just enough force to remove her from the path of the doorway she should not have been in. Frankly an argument could be made that his actions deescalated the situation by keeping a closed door between event staff and the protesters.
When the right tries to make this an actual story, as in “war on women” etc. rather than just pointing out the double standard, all it does is lend credence to the left when they complain about the most minor transgressions against protesters. Stop complaining the other media aren’t covering it as if they should be. Just keep the footage on file and bring it back out next time some left-wing protester complains about the most trivial of things.
commented 2016-01-16 19:21:53 -0500
FRED ALBERTAN- “Venezuelans are now having difficulty buying GROCERIES!” Duhhh! Because the price of oil internationally has dramatically decreased and Chavez is long gone. Chavez did not run the country into the ground, big American oil interest did, because Chavez wanted the money for oil to feed, educate and provide decent healthcare instead of having big business take the money and throw the people into debt for the necessities of a decent society, like they are doing to North Americans and the EU, in case you have not noticed! Some times my fellow conservatives embarrass the hell out of me when they are so one sided and cognitively disconnected from reality.
commented 2016-01-16 19:12:48 -0500
ATOKENCONSERVATIVE- Under the circumstances Hugo was the people’s choice. His enemies were not just political like we enjoy, but very militaristic. The same thing happened in Cuba and Castro took what cover he could get from the Russians. If Trudeau was threatened with a military attack he’d tighten the reins as well, just as his father before him.
commented 2016-01-16 19:04:48 -0500
The Left will see nothing wrong with this. You have to break a few eggs…..etc etc. etc.
Big Police get along fine with the Left. They are natural allies, as it were…..bulles of a feather flock together. Neither of them have much use for pesky, disobedient citizens who are critical of their goodness.
And there are always plenty of low information voters like John Landry who will offer their support. Venezuelans are now having difficulty buying GROCERIES! How in he!! could any sentient being say that Hugo Chavez was “good” for them. He ran the country into the ground. And then stomped on it. MEH.
commented 2016-01-16 18:08:50 -0500
John: You may be right, when Chavez was first elected. Did you know that in Venezuala saying anything that denegrates the memory of Hugo gets you a month in jail? Today, as well as when he was actually alive and the dictator? That’s pretty elitist, doncha think?
commented 2016-01-16 17:39:21 -0500
Wonder how long before the ndp introduce their own “Protection Squadron” like a certain other Socialist Workers Union of history’s past.
commented 2016-01-16 16:54:22 -0500
Where is David Rutherford when we desperately need him now in this province?
commented 2016-01-16 16:45:49 -0500
I’m very conservative, but under the circumstances in Venezuala, Hugo Chavez was the people’s best option. The right in that country were elitist, like many of the leftist in this country.
commented 2016-01-16 16:31:04 -0500
James Barnes, I agree , that once Rutherford quit that station went far to the left. All it is now is fluff pieces by those two dimwits that took Dave’s time slot. I was listening just last week( ya have to monitor what the left is up to now and then) when a story that only the Rebel was covering in depth was talked about when one of the dimwits mentioned a derogatory slur against a " certain website " that shall remain nameless was covering. I knew right then that they were talking about the rebel.
Well at least we know we’ve got their attention lmao.
commented 2016-01-16 16:29:11 -0500
NDP secret society, they wont just let any citizen in you have to be totally nuts first.
commented 2016-01-16 16:12:44 -0500
I disagree with your statement that the protester shouldn’t have gotten in. It was a public building and the NDP are the government so she and any other member of the public had a right to enter for a public announcement. Excluding the peons is both elitist and fascist. Comrade Notley has to answer for this.
commented 2016-01-16 16:08:32 -0500
QR-770 – A Calgary Radio Station that has turned into one of the NDP’s propaganda machines. The very last day I listened to this station was the day a caller mentioned that Rachel Notely was not as smart as a dishwasher. The caller was cut off and the next 15 minutes the radio host used to shove political correctness at the listeners. At the end of his BS Rant, the station was permanently removed from my radio selection buttons. You see, if you don’t agree with their liberal point of view, you are not welcome to comment. That apposes free speech. When that happened, I quit supporting this BS radio station.
commented 2016-01-16 15:13:38 -0500
She wasn’t shoved, she was assaulted from behind as she exited.
Typical strong arm red fascist type behavior by the usual NDP hypocrites.