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PostPosted: Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:51 am
 


Title: Inquiry into alleged anti-Alberta energy campaigns doesn't have time to fact-check statements: commissioner
Category: Provincial Politics
Posted By: DrCaleb
Date: 2020-09-16 07:30:40
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So, a fact checking comission doesn't have time to check facts? [huh]

But you still want to get paid, right?


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 16, 2020 1:30 pm
 


To be fair to the inquiry $3.5 million is a pretty crappy budget to try to get anything done with. Typical UCP, I suppose, inflame this into another headline-grabbing mega-issue then hamstring themselves from the beginning of the inquiry by not giving it enough funding to actually get their assigned job done. Yes, uncountable millions (if not billions) of dollars have flowed into Canada in the past decade with the express purpose of permanently crippling our O&G resource sector. This is no secret, and the celeb-activist assholes doing it quite proudly crow about it on Twitter and other platforms. Leave it to the current Alberta government though to make them look like saints in comparison by doing a shittier job on their investigation than some podunk police department run by some Good Ol' Boys in the US does on a race-based police brutality case.

This province is never going to win again, is it? :|


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2020 6:07 am
 


Thanos wrote:
Yes, uncountable millions (if not billions) of dollars have flowed into Canada in the past decade with the express purpose of permanently crippling our O&G resource sector. This is no secret, and the celeb-activist assholes doing it quite proudly crow about it on Twitter and other platforms.


And there is no law against it. Just like the O&G sector is able to put out it's own fluff pieces on the benefits of more plastic packaging, or how fracking helps keep the land dynamic or something something.

It's the idea of the commission that the UCP base likes, they don't pay attention to results.


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