Despite reports that Patrick Brown passed a lie-detector test, and despite mounting questions about the allegations against him, Ontario PC Party Interim Leader Vic Fedeli has kicked Patrick Brown out of the Ontario PC Party Caucus.
In a shocking move, Ontario PC Party Interim Leader Vic Fedeli has removed Patrick Brown from the Ontario PC Caucus.
This contradicts Fedeli’s earlier statements, where he said Brown would be removed if he could not disprove the allegations against him.
Yet, at this very moment those allegations are being increasingly questioned, as inconsistencies add up and CTV News revealed that a huge part of their original story was false.
Additionally, The Toronto Sun is reporting that Patrick Brown passed a lie detector test:
“Patrick Brown passed a lie-detector test that asked him detailed questions about sexual misconduct allegations against him, the Toronto Sun has learned. The test, administered by one of Canada’s top polygraph experts, was conducted in two stages on Feb. 14 and Feb 15 in Markham. Brown was asked about the specific accusations that have been made by him by two women, one that occurred five years ago and the other about 10 years ago.”
According to John Galianos – a polygraph expert who conducted the test – “In each case, Brown not only answered truthfully, Galianos said, he exceeded the standards use to determine truth by the FBI and RCMP.”
So, even as Patrick Brown is fighting to reclaim his reputation – and appears to be succeeding – Vic Fedeli kicks him out.
Fedeli’s shocking move adds to the insane gong-show atmosphere surrounding the Ontario PCs, and raises serious questions about what is really going on with how Brown is being purged from the party he once led.
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