On Sunday night news broke on the far left-wing NDP affiliated Press Progress website that UCP star candidate Caylan Ford was a white supremacist.
A fellow UCP supporter had leaked her private Facebook messages to the Broadbent Institute operation.
For context, Ford was talking about terror attacks:
"When the perpetrator is an Islamist, the denunciations are intermingled with breathless assurances that they do not represent Islam, that Islam is a religion of peace, etc.," Ford wrote.
"When the terrorists are white supremacists, that kind of soul-searching or attempts to understand the sources of their radicalization or their perverse moral reasoning is beyond the pale."
"I am somehow saddened by the demographic replacement of white peoples in their homelands…. It's clear that it will not be a peaceful transition."
When Rachel Notley was asked about Ford at her campaign kick-off, she went full Hillary Clinton with her own “basket of deplorables” moment.
Watch to see what Notley said about the 106,000 United Conservative Party members and why I think, given the anti-Israel policies of the NDP, Notley shouldn’t be looking for neo-Nazis in anyone else’s political backyard.
As much as I dislike Rachel Notley’s never-ending attacks and malicious character assassination on normal Albertans, I sort of welcome them.
Because the more Notley behaves like Hillary Clinton, the more likely her electoral outcome will resemble Hillary’s.