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Poilievre denounces ‘abuse’ against wife allegedly from Diagolon founder who shook his hand

Pierre Poilievre says he is denouncing “abuse” and sexually threatening language against his wife allegedly made by Jeremy Mackenzie, the de-facto leader of a far-right group called Diagolon whose adherents have waged a social media abuse campaign against female journalists for months.In a statement posted on Twitter Monday morning, Poilievre said he had been made aware of “disgusting comments made by Jeremy McKenzie and another man, where they discuss sexually assaulting my wife.”He called the men “odious” and “losers,” and added he has reported the comments to police.In the video, a social media account of “Jeremy Mackenzie” can be seen lighting up as the speaker before a man can be heard talking about Anaida Poilievre as he and co-hosts debate her ethnic background, before he goes on to say: “let’s rape her.”“It’s not really a sex thing, we just want to show people we can do things to you if we want to,” he adds.Global News attempted to contact Mackenzie on Monday about the threats allegedly made against Anaida Poilievre.

No response has yet been received.The Canadian Press reported Monday afternoon that in an interview with Mackenzie, he said he was drinking when he made the comments and nobody meant any harm by it.Poilievre said in his statement that he had not known about Diagolon until “about a month ago.” Diagolon: What to know about the group whose founder shook Pierre Poilievre’s hand Global News sent a list of questions to Poilievre’s Conservative leadership campaign back in July, shortly after he attended an anti-COVID public health measures march with a man called James Topp, who had previously appeared on an episode of Mackenzie’s podcast in January in which the latter described wanting to “bring down the

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