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Thursday, August 10, 2017

The stench of Harper and the ideology of Trump has destroyed the PC

Disgruntled conservatives break away to form new party in Ontario

TORONTO, August 4, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — With ever increasing reports of angry Tories decamping from Patrick Brown’s Progressive Conservative Party amid allegations of rigged nomination, ballot-stuffing, and “take no prisoners” party operatives pushing the leader’s agenda from the top down, the question must be asked.  
What are all those ex-PC Party members doing?
Enter the soon-to-be registered Ontario Alliance Party, founded by Jay Tysick, the Ottawa-area political consultant whose public dismay at being disqualified as PC Party candidate for Carleton made him a lightning rod for similarly disaffected party members.
But Tysick, who agreed to be interim leader Wednesday so the party can be registered, is quick to point out that the Ontario Alliance Party has “gone beyond me by a long stretch.”
In the last eight months, the party has gathered 1,300 signatures, more than enough to register, and attracted a back office that includes executive director Joseph Ben-Ami, most recently campaign manager for MP Brad Trost’s federal Conservative leadership bid, and onetime policy director for former Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

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