The man admits that he’s not even native to Alberta.
Former Rebel News journalist Mocha Bezirgan caught up with the man that posed with Alberta premier Danielle Smith and Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre in the infamous “straight pride” T-shirt at the Calgary Stampede last weekend.
In an interview, the man confesses to not being from the province, having moved there from B.C. He says that because Smith and Poilievre denounced the message in his shirt, he will no longer be voting for either of them.
He calls Poilievre a “leftist” and suggested he was not right-wing enough. This is despite Poilievre’s consistent conservative stance on many issues.
The man is clearly a troll looking to start trouble for both Smith and Poilievre. A loyal conservative dedicated to ousting Justin Trudeau wouldn’t turn on a politician like Smith or Poilievre because of one issue they disagree with.
Also, a loyal conservative wouldn’t waste people’s time trying to be pictured next to a politician wearing a silly, provocative T-shirt.
While Smith and Poilievre may have erred when they caved to the woke mob and apologized, that is not a genuine reason to vote for someone else.
Both have been wholly dedicated to fighting for conservative values, and are the only viable conservative politicians for Alberta and the rest of Canada.
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