Today on CBC's Power and Politics, Scott Reid, former Paul Martin adviser famous for his beer and popcorn comment which sunk his boss in the 2006 election and who is already quite familiar with libel suits, made the following statement:
"He (Kory Teneycke) along with that, sort of, you know, paid professional brigand of ah, of ah bloggers that work for the Conservative Party; those guys can mobilize a grassroots movement in the snap of a fingers......"
Watch the video. Approx 4:20
Some people never learn.
Mr .Reid, do you, or the CBC for that matter, have any proof at all of your allegation that the conservative party has a roving criminal band of bloggers in its employ?
Or didn't you learn your lesson the last time you made s#1t up and Warren Kinsella sued your lying ass?
I wonder what the CBC has to say.
More to come......?
Watch it for yourself here. The segment starts @ approx the 1:51:30 mark.
Update: Senator Doug Finley responds in the comments
"I can assure all readers that the Conservative Party of Canada has not paid one thin dime to any blogger or activist. The strength of this party largely lies with the many volunteer bloggers and activists in this country."
More of Scott Reid's musings can be found here ( I forgot about this one)