Get Ready for Monday…Are You Listening Christy?
For all the naysayers, Monday will be a day you will never forget.
“Tsakumis has nothing on Christy Clark…”
“Tsakumis has run out of BC Rail material…”
“Alex, time to hang it up and go back to the building business…”
“Alex has no credibility,” said Christy to Mike Smyth. “Those documents are all on the Internet, how do you know they’re real?”
Well, what if this one is authenticated by a lawyer still practicing, who witnessed the very same document in October of 2003.
Vaughn Palmer scoffed at my BC Rail material; Bill Good dismissing it as “outrageous.”
“I’ve not seen a thing that even connects Christy to the BC Rail deal or Dave Basi and Bob Virk,” thundered Bill Good.
Okay then…fair enough. I took all your hits.
Now what are you going to do?
I’m not going to completely pull the cover back on Premier Christy Clark’s involvement in the sale of BC Rail–while she was still Deputy Premier.
I’m going to tear it to shreds. There will be no cover left.
Remember what Christy told Global’s Marisa Thomas?
“I had nothing to do with it. Two people were charged and found guilty.”
She denied leaking Cabinet material to Erik Bornmann and Brian Kieran. CTV “exonerated” her.
Sean Leslie carried the hem of her robes. “Tsakumis has nothing on this Premier,” he told his listeners.
Don’t forget any of that. Don’t forget a word.
By Monday morning Christy Clark’s lies will be revealed in a province-wide exclusive, right here at alexgtsakumis.com