When Chrystia Freeland and Linda McQuaig came to debate before the Toronto Centre byelection, Kevin Clarke shut the whole thing down.
There was tension boiling between the parties since only representatives from the NDP, Liberal Party, Conservatives (who didn’t bother showing up), and the Green Party were allowed to debate in the first half.
Clarke eventually settled down, but right before he was about to debate, he had another episode that stopped the entire event.
Leader of the People’s Political Party of Ontario, Kevin Mark Clarke is a perennial candidate for public office in Toronto. He was once homeless and advocates for issues that impacted him, which he calls “the people’s rights.”
He stands for comprehensive reform in the criminal justice system, which will prevent people from becoming repeat offenders. He also campaigns strongly on the issues of poverty and homelessness.
Check out the video above for Kevin Clarke’s performance at the Toronto Centre byelection debate.