The funny thing is that the podcasts do reveal the candidate to have it in for an all-too popular scapegoat--but not the one you think:
The NDP questioned the Liberal strategy of trying to paint their candidate as a Nazi defender with out-of-context quotes. But the Liberals continued highlighting more quotes from Mr. Marco’s podcast, though they didn't specify if they were suggesting they found them offensive, too:Burn the Biebs? Shame on you, Mr. Marco. For that you should be canned.
One quote from Mr. Marco’s book-burning podcast rant the Liberals have not taken issue with is his last line, where he sets his sights on Canadian pop star Justin Bieber’s autobiography.
- “I went to Catholic church. I was even an altar boy for a long period of time and I’m proud to say was never been molested once.”
- “I’m probably unabashedly atheist for the most part.”
- “If you choose to have your faith in God ... or you choose to have your faith in aliens from outer space, whatever, so be it. Just don’t cut me off while I’m driving, don’t try to take advantage of me and screw me over with some sort of bizarre sort of financial Ponzi scheme.”
“If you want something to burn and feel good about it, burn Bieber’s book.”
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