For Immediate Release
April 17, 2015
MP Gallant Questions Opposition Silence
Time for Liberal party to come clean about relationship to convicted child predator
Pembroke, Ontario… “The time has come for Trudeau to come clean about his association with convicted child predator Ben Levin,” stated Cheryl Gallant, MP Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke. In a recent media story, Ontario Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne linked the controversy over the sex education curriculum with Justin Trudeau and the Federal Liberal Party.
In a rambling, incoherent interview, the leader of the Toronto liberal party expressed fear that voters would punish her Federal leader by associating him with unpopular provincial policies. While not mentioning the E-Health or Sudbury electoral bribery scandals, the gas plants fiasco, energy poverty for seniors, or the electricity rate crisis that has led to the loss of tens of thousands of manufacturing jobs in Ontario, she focused on sex education as a despicable tactic without mentioning the role the convicted child predator had in directing it.
As Deputy Minister of Education when the current Liberal Party leader was Minister of Education, convicted child pedophile Ben Levin oversaw the controversial Ontario sex education curriculum for young school children. Levin’s involvement was confirmed when he bragged in an interview about his role. Levin later served on the Premier’s transition team as a member of her inner circle.
“I was shocked to see a picture of Trudeau campaigning in Toronto with the Ontario Liberal leader and convicted child predator Ben Levin days before the pedophile was arrested in an international pornography crime sweep. That picture moved me to make a statement in the House of Commons on behalf of the parents, grandparents, and the vulnerable children of Ontario, demanding the Federal Liberal party leader order the withdrawal of the liberal policy even if it prevents just one child from being groomed for exploitation.”
“I am demanding Trudeau come clean about his relationship with Ben Levin. While he is at it he needs to understand families have a right to be listened to and to have their concerns addressed,” concluded Cheryl Gallant, MP.
For more information contact MP Cheryl Gallant at 613-732-4404