Imagine, if you will, a virtual world inhabited by a sad sack collection of social misfits and paranoid kooks; an assortment of grandstanding Tory creeps, with foreheads by dint of electrolysis, whose sole function in life is to condemn and punish non-believers.
Welcome to the alternative universe of Dean “BC Blue” Skoreyko and the Blogging Tories, a group of Ezra Levant acolytes whose Kaczynskiesque online ravings against the “Media Party” are the subject of much hilarity among journos.
In the real world, Deano’s psychotic Twitter outbursts, live from his parents’ basement in Summerland, BC, are vastly and deservedly ignored. But last week came his long-awaited moment in the Sun, after the gutter tab picked up on Dean’s “scoop” that Justin Trudeau had taken a “selfie” on his way into Jim Flaherty’s funeral.
Selfie? Yoo, hoo, Dean! The definition of “selfie” is a photo taken of oneself, by oneself. In this case, Trudeau was accosted by a passerby with an iPhone and politely posed for the two-shot. Rob Ford did the same. Other Tories also did interviews (in front of cameras, no less!) Even Sun News was obliged to shamefacedly backpedal as the yarn unraveled.
But, of course, this is all about Justine, who induces utter incontinence among the Tory troll brigade.
More from Skoreyko’s Trudeau expose files:
Another lie from Trudeau as Senator speaks at Liberal fundraiser
–February 27, 2014
Media Party runs cover for Trudeau’s star candidate abusing moving expense
–February 17, 2014
And on it goes. Last week, the Toronto Star ran a photo of Justin that had been taken by Trudeau’s photographer. This triggered another Deano foamer about how the Star had crossed into “blatant unethical journalism.”
Ethics, is it now? This from a deadbeat who has spent the past six years ducking a small claims judgment against him.
Dean, who once achieved the impossible by getting kicked out of the BC Tories’ nutter party, borrowed $1,500 from Andrew Hawke of Coldstream, B.C., in 2008. Hawke has been trying to get the money back ever since.
Big-talking Deano gave his parents’ address for service — then sent his mom to answer the door when the notice arrived.