First, The Bulldog is assaulted by political operatives who write comments to discredit this news site.
Second, this publication is brute-force attacked to try to destroy it. That failed.
Then a candidate had his election signs ripped down.
Now 24 hours after former Ottawa city clerk Pierre Pagé wrote an opinion piece in The Bulldog, his parked car is wiped down in excrement.
Of course, this might not have been the work of political tricksters, whose acts undermine free speech and democracy. Perhaps said product jumped from a toilet onto Pagé’s vehicle. What gives pause to such a theory is that it is doubtful turds can read.
However excrement-wipers apparently, and surprisingly, can read.
A person such as Pagé, who in his distinguished role as city clerk helped preserve democracy, should not be the target of such an act.
Again this action reflects poorly on the candidate and the campaign workers who did it.