Huffington Post March 10, 2019
Former deputy prime minister Sheila Copps is not backing down from comments she made online about Jody Wilson-Raybould that generated controversy over the weekend.
Copps isn’t generally a big Twitter user: until last Monday, she had only tweeted three times since the beginning of the year. But in the last week, she’s sent off dozens of tweets about former justice minister Wilson-Raybould’s testimony about the SNC-Lavalin affair.
The most widely circulated tweets had the former Liberal cabinet minister facing criticism of racism and of sexist language, charges she disputes as “cheap shots.”