The Toronto Sun is proving once again that it’s less of a reputable publication, and more of a CINO rag.
Warren Kinsella, a lawyer that writes columns for the right-leaning Toronto Sun, had some harsh words for the premier of Alberta.
In a recent opinion piece, Kinsella compared Danielle Smith to Donald Trump, calling her dumb.
The piece was titled Alberta Premier Danielle Smith successfully using Donald Trump’s playbook
In the article, the columnist writes:
“How can someone as dumb as Danielle Smith be considered to be fit to be a small-town dog catcher, let alone a provincial premier?
How can someone that ignorant of the law and ethics be in the running, still?
Smith is known to admire Trump’s method of politicking — to the point that she even reached out to one of his advisers to advise her, too.
So, as Alberta is 2023 general election comes to a close, Danielle Smith could still win it. Not despite her stupid and offensive words and deeds.
She could win because — because — of her stupid and offensive words and deeds.”
Read the full article from Warren Kinsella here.
This article, and many others like it, makes one question where the Toronto Sun stands on political issues.
Is the Toronto Sun a publication that provides real news and solid opinions to conservatives, or is it a conservative-in-name-only (CINO) rag?
It appears, based on this article and several others, that the Toronto Sun is losing its way, and betraying the best interests of its readers.
NOTE: This article contains the author’s opinion. Read more about our editorial standards.
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