Friday, December 02, 2016
Has Kellie Leitch Finally Lost Her Marbles?
It's always been a bizarre cabaret act, a real freak show.
Kellie Leitch's squeaky voiced imitation of Donald Trump, and her xenophobic campaign to make us believe that only she can defend our Canadian values.
Even as she disgraces them.
But now that ghastly drag show is becoming even weirder, with Leitch claiming that the "liberal elites" are calling her supporters deplorables.
The Liberal elites are also against us. Do you remember when prominent Liberal @bigcitylib referred to Kellie's supporters as "goobers" and "slack jawed yokels from the the foothills of Ignoramestan"?
And urging her faithful followers and other bigots to storm the comment sections.
It's time for the Revenge of the Comment Section.
Stand with Kellie today to make sure those out-of-touch-elites can no longer ignore you.
Which no doubt has some of her supporters in Leitch Country scratching their heads...
But has me howling with laughter, and wondering whether Leitch has finally gone over the deep end?
Cracking up, or losing her marbles, like she lost her domain.
When one goes to Kellie Leitch's anti-CBC petition page but uses .ca instead of .com, as most Canadians would, they go to a page that looks identical to Leitch's. But then the magic happens, a red X flashes over the screen twice, the "I have no idea what I'm doing" dog appears and you are redirected to CBC's website.
It's not too surprising since Leitch, one of the most elite politicians in the system championing "anti-elitism," is the Canadian political equivalent of that Men In Black scene where Edgar, the alien cockroach, is awkwardly parading around in the skin of a farmer.
But wait, it gets even worse, and even more bizarre.
Now Leitch is posing as a great defender of Canadian women, by urging them to arm themselves.
Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch is again using fear in a campaign pitch, this time to appeal to women by promising to amend the Criminal Code to make it legal to carry mace or pepper spray to “better empower Canadians to defend themselves from criminal acts.”
No doubt so they can hold their swarthy attackers at bay, until she can ride to the rescue...
Because who needs the police eh? When you can blow a dogwhistle and get Leitch to protect you?
But yes, it's getting REALLY weird, and if you've ever seen the science fiction horror show Stranger Things, you'll probably enjoy the 22 Minutes version of Leitch's Stranger People...
Or not. Because it's not really that funny.
But then neither is this...
For her anti-Canadian poison is spreading.
Kellie Leitch should be ashamed of herself.
She should delete her campaign immediately.
And return to the hideous Ignoramestam where she obviously came from...