Uh oh! I think poor Dean is gonna blubber again. Will he blubber the way he did at a fetus festival some years back? Watch below for the fun of it.
Yeah, I know, the above video has absolutely nothing to do with subject at hand but I thought we may be seeing repeats of ol’ Dean of Gastro blubbering his eyes out soon and that sight is amusing.
Yep, Dean is mad and he ain’t gonna take it anymore! How dare Elections Canada investigate any potential wrong doing when there is evidence pointing in that direction! Stand back, boys ‘n’ girls, Aaarrrggghhh he blows!!
Oh, and he’s pulling a Sgt. Schultz here:
“I have no knowledge of any alleged scheme or otherwise,” he said, repeatedly denying that he knows anything about an alleged plan by his cousin David Del Mastro, owner of Deltro Electric in Mississauga, to reimburse employees for donations to the campaign.
The MP stuck to his story: He knows nothing about the allegations
Yep, Dean of Gastro knows Nut-ting! Nut-Ting! Nut-ting! Keep telling yourself that, Dean!
Oh! Can you say, Entitlements, boys ‘n’ girls? I knew you could!
On Wednesday, he said he shouldn’t have to be put through this experience, as he’s a member of Parliament.
So, does Dean imply that he is above the law due to the fact that he is an MP? Me thinks he does.
“I’m not the average person on the street,” he said. “I’m elected by the people of this riding to represent them.”
Uh, that remains to be seen, Dean.
Oh, and he’s done a 180 on the media.
While Del Mastro told The Examiner weeks ago that he would release documents proving his innocence, he has not done so, and said again Wednesday that he wouldn’t.
“I’m not going to prove it to the media, and I don’t think I should have to,” he said. “If I thought The Peterborough Examiner could defend me, clear me of this, I would do it,” he said.
Here’s where I choked on my water. Lemme get this straight, media outfits like The Peterborough Examiner is supposed to defend you on blind faith? Uh hasn’t most of the media done enough of that for your boss, Stevie Spiteful? I always thought a responsible media was supposed to hold governments to account. For once, an outfit attempts to do just that and he starts to cry.
Of course, Dean was sure to leave us with a rather cryptic musing.
He said he worried that this could happen to other MPs. “They could be next,” he said.
Uh Dean, did you just imply that perhaps some of your colleagues are guilty of similar crimes as yourself?
H/ T: Dr Dawg