Tom Lukiwski: “I Did Not Call The NDP Candidate A Whore.”

I’ll assume you’re up to date on Lukiwski Video Controversy 2.0? If not,  watch the clip above. There might (or might not!!!)  be a Bad Word at 1:41.

So: according to this  CJME story, the Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan MP describes the publication of this video as “obviously an attempt to smear my reputation [with] something that I did not say.” Is Lukiwski accusing the reporter — who quit her job over the Moose Jaw Times-Herald’s current reluctance to publish the story — of attempting to smear him? Maybe she’s the one who should pursue legal counsel.

Regardless, Lukiwski has said interesting things before and judging from comments I’ve read, many Twitter and Facebook users don’t accept his explanation. What about you? What do you think? “Whore” or “horde”?

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees.

11 thoughts on “Tom Lukiwski: “I Did Not Call The NDP Candidate A Whore.””

  1. Look at him and measure his tone during that sentence — he is clearly indignant and angry about the “bad boundary” and the word “whore” matches that in that moment. The people standing around in the background react to it too, a few seconds later – you can see them smile and shuffle a bit. In fact, the two women there have a look of “you tell ’em Tom”.
    He’s something else.

  2. Indy: calling a female politician a “whore”, if that’s what he said, is serious–regardless of the state of the world.

  3. What he meant was: “This greasy ‘NDP horde’ of uneducated bohunk union slobs who forced this change in the Wakamow boundary to their advantage…”

  4. The Conservative Horde sure was able to turn this wine into water. The “new tone” Conservatives still can squiggle out of audio evidence of their misdeeds, and audio tape analysis saves another Conservative career.

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