Did you know?
Did you know that Jason Kenney was Stockwell Day's chief of staff?
I didn't know that until I read it in Marci McDonald's laughably error-ridden book. And neither did Kenney or Day.
Oh -- by the way: Day's leadership campaign boss was actually a hard-living secular fellow by the name of Rod Love. And Day's chief of staff is a Jew named Neil Drabkin.
But it makes the book more fun when it's Kenney, right?
Kenney isn't the only one who received a promotion in McDonald's work of fiction.
Did you know that Frank Klees was a Baptist minister?
No? Neither did Klees!
If I were him, and had been falsely called a Baptist minister in a book, I promise you I would not stop lording it over all my friends, insisting that they call me The Reverend Ezra.
'Cause Marci said so!
'Cause it's proof of the conspiracy!
'Cause she's got to sell some books!
'Cause Random House didn't bother fact-checking her!
Can anyone say Stephen Glass?