Ontario's education minister hopes fake anti-teacher coalition named after his riding won't attract suspicion - The Beaverton

Ontario’s education minister hopes fake anti-teacher coalition named after his riding won’t attract suspicion

VAUGHAN, ON – Education Minister and MPP for Vaughan is confident a fictitious anti-teachers union group called Vaughan Working Families whose ads appeared in major national newspapers won’t appear at all suspicious.

“I have nothing to do with this group that happens to repeat all of my speaking points,” said Lecce in a press conference. “I absolutely did not half-ass the naming of this organization because I was tired that day and I left everything to my staffer.”

“Oh, that reminds me: the teachers’ unions should stop using our children as pawns for personal gains,” recited Lecce from the full-page ad in the National Post.

The education minister says that the Vaughan Working Families is likely an organization made up of poor families who were scraping by with a few hundreds of thousands of dollars for advertising in newspapers like the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star.

“Frankly, I’m disgusted that some people would think that a government who had the integrity to create a reputable news organization like Ontario News Now would do something like this,” added Lecce.

At press time, the Ontario government was hiring actors to portray working mothers who were assaulted teachers’ union thugs.