A Fordian slip

Mark DeMontis, the York–South Weston candidate for the Progressive Conservatives, has switched his allegiance back to Patrick Brown.

Initially a supporter, DeMontis endorsed Doug Ford when Brown resigned. After reflecting on his values, and now that Patrick Brown has reëntered the race, DeMontis has reëndorsed him—and, somewhat awkwardly, scrubbed his Twitter feed clean.

DeMontis is gambling that he won’t be left at the doorstep without a corsage, however: according to The Globe, “Party officials are examining the possibility of rejecting [Patrick Brown’s] application to run for the leadership”.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

One thought on “A Fordian slip”

  1. Truth stranger than fiction.

    And, no matter where they are – State side or up here in the north, no one squabbles quite the same way as conservatives. They truly are their own worst enemy.

    Stranger yet – many provincial polls have them showing unexpectedly well.

    So, what does that say about the state of politics and those who desire and cling to power, no matter the embarrassment?

    Go figure.
    And, never stop questioning authority.

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