At a hearing dedicated to fighting online hate, Conservative MP Michael Cooper berated a witness before the Justice Committee and read parts of the Christchurch attacker’s manifesto into the record.
This type of behaviour should not be tolerated in Parliament, and Andrew Scheer must make it clear that it will not be welcome in the Conservative Party.
Cooper’s comments were gravely disrespectful, and Scheer’s response was woefully inadequate. Simply removing Michael Cooper from the Justice Committee when there are only three weeks left in the parliamentary session is insufficient. This is not showing Mr. Cooper ‘the door’ as Andrew Scheer promised he would do.
It’s time for Michael Cooper to be removed from the Conservative caucus. Add your name if you agree:
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