In a bizarre sidebar to their latest story on the Pierre Poutine robocall scandal, the National Post is reporting that someone NOT named Michael Sona is behind the YouTube video “Michael Sona Speaks Out,” which sees our erstwhile antagonist “taking responsibility for the robocalls and promising to get revenge on the Conservatives for firing him by revealing more about robocalls.” In a truly strange twist, the reported man in question isn’t even Canadian.
According to the Post, the video was made by a University of Florida football fan in Orlando, whose previous work includes a video “that threatened to commit physical violence to fans of the Alabama Crimson Tide.” Furthermore, it seems that those resourceful Bama backers have identified him as Brett Warren, a 31-year-old currently on probation after being arrested for burglary and three counts of theft of items worth less than $3,000. No word as to whether those items included a ballot box.
So maybe Sona can’t rap, but next to Stephen he looks awfully slim, and he’s sure got himself caught up in some shady dealings here. Perhaps he’ll need some peroxide once this all blows over—and then he’d really look the part!