Notorious Twitter troll wishes coronavirus on prominent conservatives

Freelance writer Nora Loreto posted a tweet on Wednesday wishing that Peter MacKay and Brian Lilley would get sick with the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC

Freelance writer and constant provocateur Nora Loreto posted a tweet on Wednesday wishing that Conservative candidate Peter MacKay and Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilley would get sick with the COVID-19 coronavirus.

For those who don't quite remember where they heard Loreto's name in the past, she's the same woman who said that Canada only cared about the Humboldt Broncos bus tragedy because of the "maleness, youthfulness, and whiteness of the victims."

She would later be the recipient of online backlash after she said that hockey was a cornerstone in perpetuating white supremacy and misogyny.

Loreto quote tweeted a post from Peter Mackay, who was quoting Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilley. The two were posting about the illegal border crossings at gates such as Roxham Road.

MacKay expressed that Canada was making a bad move letting unknown people enter our country and use our health care system amidst an global pandemic, as well as Prime Minister Trudeau announcing that the border was closed to all except Canadian nationals.

To this, Loreto wished that pandemic against the two.

Nora then went on to tweet at Quillette editor and National Post columnist Jonathan Kay, who had called her out for her constant Twitter antics.

In return and perhaps by force of habit, Loreto accuses Kay of spreading racism, going on to say that she prefers that Kay "be quarantined instead."


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