A man who made headlines over accusations of intimidating bosses and workers on North Shore construction sites is endorsing the Parti Quebecois.
Bernard Gauthier, popularly known as "Rambo" wrote on Facebook that the PQ would save North Shore villages and citizens from capitalism.
Gauthier has already been found not guilty of intimidation, and is currently facing new charges. He appeared before the Charbonneau commission to face some of these allegations.
Gauthier says the Liberals want to rid the North Shore of unions.
You don't need enemies
Gauthier's endorsement comes on the heals of Arthur Porter's statements from jail, where he declared his support for Philippe Couillard.
François Legault and the team members around him rang out with laughter when they heard of the Parti Quebecois' latest backer.
"This kind of friends, you don't need any enemies," Legault says.
He says he wants to know why Rambo is voting for the PQ. "I'm not suggesting anything but...I prefer that they don't support me."