Friday, April 07, 2017

Which Christy Clark response on the health firings is to be believed?

“I did ask a lot of questions at the time. The assurances that we all received was that these were absolutely justified and the right thing to do.”
- Premier Christy Clark, responding Friday to reporters' questions on the health firings.

"Premier Clark did not recall ever being briefed about the decision to terminate the employees."
- Ombudsperson Jay Chalke on Clark's evidence, under oath, taken as part of his inquiry.

So when, exactly, did Clark ask all these questions on firings she can't recall ever being briefed on? Who did she ask, and who provided these assurances?

And what should voters make of the conflict between her public claims and testimony under oath?

3 comments:

Rebecca Warburton said...

She lied one of those times, or both.

Bruce Lyster said...

Christy Clark does not lie. But she has a firm grasp on Alternative facts.Which to the rest of us is that she lies like a sidewalk.

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