"Spewing hate": Vancouver Liberal Taleeb Noormohamed's campaign office stormed

Sep 2 2021, 6:55 pm

Vancouver federal Liberal candidate Taleeb Noormohamed has been mired in controversy recently regarding alleged house flipping, and on Wednesday, his Vancouver office was stormed by angry citizens.

Running in the Vancouver Granville riding, Noormohamed posted a video on Twitter showing a group of angry people banging on the glass doors of his political office, located at 1401 West Broadway, near Granville Street, where volunteers calmly sat at their desks, trying to continue their work.

He called the behaviour unacceptable.


In the video, five or six people can be seen loudly knocking and banging on his office windows and door, with one person standing behind a megaphone.

It is not known if the demonstration had any connection to the large-scale protest that occurred near Vancouver City Hall and Vancouver General Hospital, but his video was posted around the same time.

Noormohamed says his team was “intimidated” by the unprovoked onslaught.

The alleged controversy involving Noormohamed over house flipping came just days after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised to tackle this issue on the campaign trail.

The federal NDP party alleges that Noormohamed has made nearly $5 million since 2005 from flipping homes.

The riding of Vancouver Granville is a target for the Liberals in the upcoming election.

Daily Hive has reached out to Noormohamed for additional comment.

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