Warren Kinsella v. The Actual Warren Kinsella

“I worked for a Prime Minister.  The job description is vast.  The responsibilities are endless.  But right at the very top of the list is this: to give comfort to the afflicted.  To console the grieving.  To soothe the fearful.  To give hope and help a wounded city get through it all.”
–Warren Kinsella, Aug. 6, 2018.

Kinsella never worked for a prime minister. He was briefly chief of staff to Dave Dingwall, former Public Works minister in Jean Crouton government. He worked in Crouton’s OLO.
–Source: Reality.

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4 comments on “Warren Kinsella v. The Actual Warren Kinsella
  1. theodorestreet says:

    I frankly don’t see the basis of this bit? That Warren Kinsella isn’t a handsome fella: not enough to be married to his lovely wife. That’s one possibility. The second is whether these career reinventions are panning out. His entire career is a reinvention. It is definitely the hot wife. It always boils down to jealousy.

    • Alan Smithee says:

      Oh please. Reinvention? More like grasping at the greasy rungs of a collapsing career ladder in free fall. Can’t stand this fabrication specialist / poser. He just makes shit up. And can’t tell the diff. What next? A man bun? — and WHO would be jealous of his wife? She is Walmart sartorial mutton dressed as lamb in her heavily photoshopped er.. photos. Emaciated praying mantis that needs a kobe beef sandwich. Can YOU imagine having to listen to his music on top of all that? No wonder she looks so hungry. Her soul is starving.

  2. rumleyfips says:

    Notice the first word is ‘I’ even though the story is notionally about the Danforth tragedy. It’s always about Wornout.

    One has to wonder if a refusal to hire the boy has set off his anti Trudeau sillyness.

  3. poopsmith says:

    I appreciate that Kinsella responds so predictably to provocation. When he blogged about you I knew there must me a new Frank item about him to read.

    And when I say predictable, that’s no exaggeration. He might as well just cut and paste the dirt he throws in his attacks on his enemies. But I guess re-writing them fills up some time in his day. Does Daisy even have clients anymore?

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