A press release from PC MPP for Carleton, Goldie Ghamari, landed on my desk the other day that demonstrated the sheer unmitigated gall of the kind we described in this space before when covering her candidacy during the election.
You may recall Ghamari was a candidate with a questionable social media presence that she’d like us to forget.
And while she’s supposedly a true-blue conservative, a few years back, she was candy-apple red Liberal, attacking Stephen Harper and calling him an embarrassment to all Canadians.
The press release I received, condemns Tanya Granic Allen’s Resolution 4, the non-binding call for any mention of gender identity to be removed from the sex-ed curriculum, which was overwhelmingly passed at the recent Ontario PC convention.
Ghamari states unequivocally that she’ll speak out against the resolution and encourage the Premier to explore options to remove it going forward at next year’s convention.
Saving the best for last, Ghamari says:
“As MPP for Carleton, I am, and always will be, a strong voice for everyone in the riding of Carleton, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, or any other factor. There is no room for intolerance or disrespect anywhere in Ontario or across Canada.”
No room for intolerance or disrespect?