People seem to forget that the federal New Democratic caucus was already made of people who seemed a little… what’s word… sketchy.
The deputy leader of Canada's new Official Opposition party says he doubts the U.S. has photos of Osama bin Laden's dead body.
Thomas Mulcair, who stands in for NDP Leader Jack Layton in the House of Commons when he is away, told CBC's Power & Politics with Evan Solomon that he doesn't believe photos exist of bin Laden following his killing by U.S. forces on Sunday in Pakistan.
"I don't think, from what I've heard, that those pictures exist and if they do I'll leave that up to the American military," he told host Evan Solomon.
And right behind that the party’s foreign affairs critic disowned the official Jack Layton stand-in.
"We have no reason to doubt the veracity of President Obama’s statement," Dewar wrote in an emailed statement.
This is just the beginning of the mess that is now the official opposition.
Meanwhile, has anyone asked the party’s defence critic what he thinks of all this?