He doesn't need to see the video to comment. He knows or has reason to suspect whether or not the video is authentic. If he is certain that he has never smoked crack with drug dealers, then he can categorically deny that it is him in the video without ever seeing the video. Saying the accusations are "ridiculous" is NOT denying the authenticity of the video. It IS ridiculous to think a that the mayor of our nation's largest city would be so stupid as to hangout with drug dealers and smoke crack. There are only a few reasons why his legal counsel would advise him to refrain from immediately denying and dispelling the accusations.
- He is not certain if the video is fake or not because he has smoked crack so many times and with so many different drug dealers that he can't be sure if one such occasion could have been caught on video.
- The video is authentic but he was working undercover with the TPS at the time trying to "smoke out" crime.
- He knows the video is fake because when he smokes crack he only ever uses a brillo pad.
- ... ?
Saturday, May 25, 2013
Ah, Rob Ford, Rob Ford, Rob Ford... Part 3
This is one of the FUNNIEST reader comments I have ever read: