Needless to say, the Mob will do its best to keep up with the updates tomorrow, regarding Lynch’s et al testimony. ]
Almost sounds like a cartoon duo, doesn’t it?
Either way, Jennifer “J-Ly” Lynch and Richard “Moonbat” Moon are taking the stand tomorrow at Parliament’s Justice Committee, which is now looking into Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act and its (ab)use by the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
This may be outside the focus of the committee but I hope an MP tomorrow asks the two of them about the claim that the Tribunal and Commission effectively stack their processes against respondents. Often you’ll find, when it’s unlikely a complaint will proceed, a tribunal simply won’t hear it.
What, then, of the complaints they decide to hear? Do they assume guilt on the part of the respondent and then go through with it becuase they think they’ll get a conviction? Doesn’t this very process assume culpability on the part of a respondent?
I hope an MP makes some inquiries about this. But knowing politicians, I’m not holding my breath