Stephen Harper offers cursing supporter Senate appointment - The Beaverton

Stephen Harper offers cursing supporter Senate appointment

TORONTO – During a campaign stop reporters asking questions about the Duffy scandal were cursed at by a Harper supporter, before he was removed and offered a seat in the .

“I spoke to my current , , about making this problem go away,” said Prime Minister , when asked later about the Senate appointment. Harper further elaborated, “Considering after the 2011 election I appointed to the Senate in exchange for him doing ‘work’ in the press, this just kind of made sense.”

Harper then clarified that he had no knowledge of any conversations with Novak, and “rejected the premise” that he had said the opposite mere minutes previous.

The latest Senator from has refused to offer any identification outside of the prominent “ Mayor” campaign button on his jacket. Following his nomination to the senate, he is expected to chair a committee on how “the media are all lying pieces shit”.

At a later campaign stop, Conservative spokesperson Kory Teneycke apologized to journalists for the outburst, adding “If you think that guy was bad, you should see the supporters that we screen out.”