Media Party to Liberal Party: 'The Social' co-host Marci Ien running in Morneau's former riding

When Bill Morneau finally did the right thing and resigned from his duties to Parliament that meant a byelection would need to be held in Morneau's former riding of Toronto-Centre. The Liberals have now announced their candidate for the riding: Marci Ien, co-host of gossip show The Social.

On yesterday's edition of The Ezra Levant Show, Ezra, who estimated he'd been a guest on Ien's CTV News shows around a dozen times some 20 years ago prior to her days on The Social, took a more thorough examination of her credentials before coming to this conclusion:

Imagine running for Trudeau and the Liberal Party in 2020? I mean in 2015 I get it, Trudeau was fresh, new, untainted. This was before the groping fiasco; this was before the blackface fiasco; this was before he came out full fork-tongued liar on Indigenous matters; this was before he sacked a whole binder full of women of colour, including Jody Wilson-Raybould and a black woman from Toronto named Celina Caesar-Chavannes. 

Run for Trudeau in 2015? I get it, very exciting. But in 2020? You really do have low standards to do that.

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