“We need an uprising of parents, grandparents and citizens who will take a stand for what is important – especially when the media chooses not to.”
Since when did an out-of-context Facebook post from 2010 become “news”?
Answer: Whenever Kristopher Wells and his friends ask the media to do their bidding.
Tyler Duce is a candidate running for the position of school board trustee in south Edmonton.
He is promoting the engagement of parents in their children’s education through a common-sense “Families First” platform.
And unfortunately, that puts a bulls-eye on his back.
Consider the following timeline.
Dr. Kristopher Wells digs up an obscure 7-year-old, out-of-context social media post from Tyler Duce and then uses his bully pulpit of Twitter to post his typical accusations.
A CBC reporter asks Kris Wells for more details.
And suddenly – for some strange reason – a screenshot from 2010 becomes the centerpiece for “news”.
Yet most troubling of all is that the media continues to turn a blind eye to the extremist, unprofessional behavior of the very person…
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