Tim Hudak states the following: “Tory Leader Tim Hudak makes an accusation claiming she “possibly ordered” the destruction of government documents in the gas plants scandal.”
So what about all the other Ontario citizens who are stating the same thing: Kathleen Wynne has “possibly ordered” the destruction of e mails regarding the gas plant scandal and “possibly” other files that could incriminate the Liberals’ and their Green Energy Plan which has destroyed life as we know it in Ontario!
That one word “Possibly” is the word that should be considered very carefully if one wants to launch a lawsuit to have another “gagged” in an otherwise open discussion about the actions of others.
Here’s the clear definition:
—used to say something might happen, exist, or be true but is not certain
—used to show shock or surprise at something
Wynne threatens legal action against Hudak over claim she ‘possibly ordered’ alleged gas plant coverup
Will Campbell, Canadian Press | March 30, 2014
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is shown outside her office at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Thursday, March 27, 2014. Wynne has distanced herself from her predecessor, former premier Dalton McGuinty, following police allegations one of his staffers may have committed breach of trust.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she has sought legal advice and is demanding Tory Leader Tim Hudak stop repeating an accusation claiming she “possibly ordered” the destruction of government documents in the gas plants scandal.
“Now we know that since this happened during her time in the Premier’s office, she oversaw and possibly ordered the destruction of documents during the cover-up,” Hudak said Thursday.
In an open letter Sunday, Wynne calls Hudak’s comments “false, misleading and defamatory allegations” that she says are “utterly unsupported” by evidence.
She demands Hudak and his caucus stop making the claim and remove it from their website — which carried it as of Sunday morning — and all other party communications.
Wynne writes that unless that is done she will “take all necessary and appropriate steps to ensure your false statements are corrected.”
A Wynne spokeswoman would not say what specific steps the premier is considering.
Hudak’s office did not immediately comment.