Great Liar Kim Dong Wynne: The Press Is Out To Get Me!

The Toronto Star is lifting the veil on the political drama that no one is allowed to see.

It is a one-hour documentary ‎entitled, Premier: The Unscripted Kathleen Wynne‎, that was supposed to air on TVOntario earlier this month — before it was yanked.

The fly-on-the-wall account depicts Wynne under siege during February’s Sudbury byelection scandal, lashing out at the press for being “out to get” her, and discussing the toll of being Canada’s second most powerful leader.

  • Ah, yes- the old “everyone is out to get me” trick.

    This woman should be shamed of herself but she is incapable of it.

    • They live in a different world from you and I.

    • Alain

      The “second most powerful leader” coming from this corrupt misfit is a hoot.

  • David Murrell

    How did the Star get a hold of this trailer? Do they have the trailer, or the whole film? We should be told!

  • mauser 98

    TorStar fishing for credibility

  • ntt1

    maybe there were too many fat chicks with Mohawks and tattoos?

  • EdwinJDelong

    ….All time hit the blazingcatfur Find Here

  • Waffle

    Doncha just love it when the pot calls the kettle black??

  • Exile1981

    If the press was actually out to get her, she would never have been elected as the various dirty secrets of hers would actually be more publicly known.

    • ntt1

      Maybe she means they are out to get her in a carnal sense, it wouldn’t surprise me in the least.. White knights,manginas and third wave feminists all in turn

      • Exile1981

        Thank you for that mental image…. shudder… now I need brain bleach.

  • Canadian Born

    Who paid for this documentary that it was not shown, would it be the taxpayers of Ontario? Isn’t it strange that someone’s voice can make you want to vomit because you have to listen to her lies. I have to wonder why and then I remember oh Yea I didn’t vote for her yet I have to pay the piper through no fault of my own.

  • kkruger71

    And we get a glimpse more into the Star than Wynne from this article. It is written by their Queen’s Park bureau chief, Robert Benzie. Despite the movie supposedly being so hard on Wynne that she won’t sign the release, there are an incredible amount of positive adjectives he using while describing her, her actions, and her partner in this review of the film.
    “Artfully smacks down…loving…equal…puckish humour…passion for politics…quaint affinity…thoughtful…conscientious…treats staffers well…enjoys friendly relations… smart…savvy…fiercely loyal…cannily”
    And that list is from the first 20% of the article, the rest equally or even more glowing than that, all in a review of a film the Liberals think is too negative for us to see.