I had an idea recently that would have me believe that Rob Ford is a racist.
In a way, he is.
He is, after all, a former Canadian prime minister who had an open relationship with a man from China, who has a reputation for racist remarks and racist behaviour.
And the thing is, it seems to be true.
But is it true?
The truth is that, yes, Rob Ford has been associated with a lot of racist incidents, especially in the past.
In fact, the most notorious one is that of his brother, Doug, who was found guilty of criminal sexual assault.
But, if you look at the context, it is not an example of Ford engaging in an open and blatant racism.
Doug Ford is now serving time for criminal sexual conduct in a city he once ruled.
In his trial, Ford claimed he had no knowledge of the assault.
Ford said he was never involved in the sexual activity, nor did he witness any of it.
He said he never saw Doug Ford’s body, nor was he aware of any sexual activity taking place.
Ford was convicted by a jury, but a judge later overturned the conviction on procedural grounds.
He was acquitted in a retrial.
The Canadian Press article The most infamous case of Ford’s is the one that was originally reported by the Globe and Mail: Doug Ford, a Toronto lawyer who is accused of raping a woman at his brother’s apartment, was convicted of second-degree murder in July 2016.
Ford, who served as a city councillor and city manager before becoming mayor, has repeatedly denied the charge.
Ford’s lawyers say the victim, a 30-year-old woman, lied about her relationship with him to get out of paying a fine.
They say he is innocent and that his lawyer had no motive to lie.
Ford has repeatedly said that the charges are a politically motivated attempt to tarnish his image and make him look bad.
Ford says the woman was not a prostitute.
Ford has consistently insisted that the case was a “fishing expedition” that was triggered by his brother.
Ford claims his brother wanted to set him up for a “pimping” scandal and “put him in jail” so he could be out of jail.
Ford also claimed he was falsely accused and that the police made up the story.
But this was not the case.
The police did not make up the rape allegations, and they were not involved in Doug Ford being arrested or charged with the crime.
What I was trying to say, which is that Ford is an open racist, is that he is a man who does not tolerate any form of racism.
He did not support the lynchings in his city.
He does not support black people being lynched in the United States.
He has repeatedly claimed that there was never a lynching in Canada.
He never even supported the Ku Klux Klan.
In many ways, Rob has always been a good guy, who does respect other human beings, but he also has been a bad guy, for whom the truth is not important.
The truth is, the truth needs to be told.
What I am trying to suggest is that it is the racism that is driving people to take Rob Ford seriously.
I have been a member of the Toronto police for 15 years.
I was a police officer in Calgary and Edmonton for 15 and a half years, and I was on the force for six years.
And it is my job to investigate racism and to investigate whether racism exists in the police department.
I have never heard of racism before.
But it seems that racism is very pervasive.
I think the best thing we can do is, for example, look at what the police are doing to fight domestic violence.
I am a survivor of domestic violence myself, and it is very clear that when it comes to police, racism is the number one factor that keeps them from dealing with it.
In my experience, the racism I have seen is not a coincidence.
And I think it is important that we have an honest and honest discussion about racism, and to understand why racism is happening.
The best way to address racism is to confront it, and that is what we need to do.
In the last couple of years, Toronto police officers have been on the frontlines of many serious conflicts.
As I wrote in the previous article, the recent riots in Toronto are only one of the major problems confronting the police force.
I also wrote about the use of tear gas and rubber bullets in recent riots.
But the most serious and important issue confronting Toronto police today is not racism.
It is the use by the police of excessive force and a lack of accountability, and the failure of the chief to adequately investigate allegations of wrongdoing and the lack of trust between the officers and their supervisors.
This has led to the deaths of many innocent civilians, including two police officers.