No comment yet from Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who appointed Brazeau to the Senate in 2008.
On Wednesday, I blogged about the Conservative Senator, who called Canadian Press reporter Jennifer Ditchburn a “bitch” on Twitter. Senator Brazeau was mad that the reporter had highlighted his poor performance record in Canada’s appointed upper house of Parliament.
Now Brazeau’s Twitter account, @TheBrazman, has disappeared from the Twitterverse.
But that was before two other Twitter fight with… a journalist. On Thursday, the Senator quarreled with APTN News reporter, Jorge Barrera, after he’d filed a story highlighting allegations of bullying and sexual harassment against Brazeau during his time as national chief of Congress of Aboriginal People (CAP).
Harper is yet to comment. Surely, he and the Conservatives will not be cheering for Brazeau for a little while. After all, they’re all about morals and good behavior. Whatever the case, Canadians are still talking Brazeau.
— Fred Moople (@FredMoople) June 30, 2012
AFAICT, Canada’s wingnuts who relentlessly lecture you on civility never had a harsh word for Patrick Brazeau and his misogyny. Go figure.
— CC (@canadiancynic) June 30, 2012
— Zoe Jean (@zoe_jean) June 30, 2012
After getting into a public online battle w/2 reporters, Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau takes himself off Twitter ow.ly/bW5IQ
— Global Edmonton (@GlobalEdmonton) June 30, 2012
— James Crown (@jamesmo_01) June 30, 2012