Greens Play Race Card, Demand NDP Drop Candidate Against New Leader

The divisive left never misses a chance to spread further division.

One day after the Green Party picked new leader Annamie Paul, former Green Party leader Elizabeth May is playing the race card, demanding that the NDP drop their candidate in the upcoming Toronto Centre byelection.

The seat was vacated by former Finance Minister Bill Morneau.

May didn’t hesitate to start dividing by race immediately:

“I’d like New Democrats to reach out to him and say, ‘How classy is it to try to block the entry to the House of Commons of the first Black woman leader of a federal political party?’ Consider what Rosemary Brown would think.”

All the other parties have said they will run a candidate, which makes sense considering that the new Green leader has almost no chance of winning.

In fact, Annamie Paul ran in Toronto Centre in 2019, winning just 7%. The Liberals won 57%, while the NDP had 22%.

The fact is, despite endless propping up from the left-wing media, the Greens are a deeply unpopular party, struggle to win almost anywhere in the country, and are far to the left of most Canadians.

They remain a fringe party.

Spencer Fernando

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