Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna is calling out a Conservative MP for his “sexist comment” in which he appeared to call her “our climate Barbie.”Gerry Ritz, the former Minister of Agriculture, wrote “Has anyone told our climate Barbie!” Tuesday in response to another tweet that quoted a U.S. economist about the Paris Agreement on climate change. Many Twitter users made the connection and said the tweet was sexist, including McKenna.
Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna called out a longtime Conservative MP for the "sexist comment" in which he compared her to a Barbie doll. Gerry Ritz, the former Minister of Agriculture, wrote "Has anyone told our climate Barbie!" Tuesday in response to another tweet that quoted a U.S. economist about the Paris Agreement on climate change. The tweet was later deleted from his account, but not until after Twitter users – including McKenna -- called him out for the comment.
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