Denise Coder Party candidate Dan Croft has had to apologize for sharing content on social media in the past challenging climate change and discrimination against blacks. Ensemble Montreal said these positions were contrary to party values.
“I learned from my mistake and made a commitment to be more careful,” Dan Kraft assured, according to a report by Radio-Canada. Ryan remained a candidate in Retramont for the next district. Denise Coder Party emphasizes that “these publications do not reflect collective Montreal values in any way.” “We noticed his apology, he withdrew his remarks and are now ready to move forward,” the party said.
The publications in question are related to the partnership in Video 2019 The Great Global Alert Fraud (Big Global Warming Scam). In 2020, Dan Kraft commented on the daily publication National Post, About a black man who says he was arrested for an expired license plate in her absence. The candidate for the ensemble Montreal asked “let the police do their job” and accused the man and “many others of seeking 15 minutes of fame”.