War of words between Bianca Longpré and candidate Paul St-Pierre Plamondon

The candidate for the leadership of the Parti Québécois Paul St-Pierre Plamondon launched the idea of ​​imposing a tax on the giants of the oil industry based in Montreal. The purpose of this tax will serve to educate the public on the dangers of certain messages conveyed by adult films. The candidate asserts that the government must: "to act against porn which degrades women and which puts a degrading conception of women in men's heads!". Paul St-Pierre Plamondon wants to create his “Éduc'alcool du porno” whose mission is to promote “good” pornography and educate young people.

This idea didn't pass at all to Bianca Longpré, known as Ordinary Mother, who started a war of words with the aspiring politician on Twitter. Paul St-Pierre Plamondon posted the exchange on Facebook:

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