Journal de Montreal columnist Antoine Robitaille remarks that representatives of Quebec’s English-speaking community should feel a responsibility to publicly rectify outrageous remarks such as those by the president of the Regional Association of West Quebecers who said Bill 96 is part of “xenophobic nationalism” that contains “totalitarian measures”. Robitaille then draws his own outrageous parallel, noting that not disavowing such rhetoric is akin to encouraging extremists like Richard Henry Bain, who attempted to assassinate Pauline Marois in 2012 and claimed at trial that Jesus Christ was his lawyer.
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