Alberta Election Edition: NDP go heavy on character attacks, light on policy (Guest: William McBeath, Save Calgary)
The first week of the four week long Alberta election campaign is under our belts.
Alberta's Liberation Day from the NDP will come on April 16th, 2019, but in the meantime, they’re going as low as they possibly can to attack the United Conservative Party.
We’ve seen thirty year old allegations of homophobia, leaked Facebook messages, and accusations of racism and white supremacy galore from the NDP and their enablers in the mainstream media.
But, character assassination is all the NDP really have since they don’t have a record of fiscal competence, economic growth, job creation, pipeline construction, or standing up for Alberta against Trudeau to campaign on.
The rhetoric coming from the NDP camp is over the top and the policy announcements are nearly nonexistent.
Joining me tonight to try to make sense of the NDP hyperbole and innuendo, and to dissect the first week of what is going to be an insufferable 28 days, is William McBeath of Save Calgary.