June 14, 2024
If the Conservatives manage to sneak past the polls, Bernier might perhaps be able to establish himself as a swing vote.
The only federal leader who has the vigor, forthrightness, insight, gumption, and plain-speaking smarts of a Trump is the aforementioned Maxime Bernier, who lost the Conservative Party nomination by a whisker for his principled stand against Canada’s Dairy, Poultry and Eggs cartel.
The only federal leader who has the vigor, forthrightness, insight, gumption, and plain-speaking smarts of a Trump is the aforementioned Maxime Bernier, who lost the Conservative Party nomination by a whisker for his principled stand against Canada’s Dairy, Poultry and Eggs cartel.

As Canada approaches its October 21 federal election, it is obvious that it would take someone like Donald Trump to rescue this country from a crater of socialist lies, faddist memes, rampant welfarism, “social justice” debauchery, climate boondoggles, economic bankruptcy, unsustainable immigration, and, in short, a veritable Pandora’s Box of cultural and political ills.

The leaders of our traditional parties can only be charitably described as, to be blunt, imbeciles or scoundrels, or both. Much has been written about Liberal prime minister Justin Trudeau as Canada’s Embarrassment-in-Chief, a bezomian who has regularly beclowned himself in public, praised China’s “basic dictatorship,” assured us that budgets balance themselves, embroiled himself in scandals, been found in violation of the Conflict of Interest Act, bribed the media with the promise of a $600 million gift, and indebted Canada’s future generations to the tune of $685.5 billion and counting—indeed, Trudeau is projected to be the largest debt accumulator in Canadian history. No wonder he has recently been endorsed by Barack Obama.

A self-promoting paragon of virtue, photos have recently surfaced of Trudeau in blackface, which the press is frenetically excusing. Like the opportunistic cullion that he is, Trudeau’s latest hijinks involve his wearing a bulletproof vest at a Liberal rally in response to an alleged security threat whose source has not been identified—unless, of course, as Rebel News journalist Sheila Gunn Reid points out, quoting a Liberal flak on CBC TV, we blame Conservative free-speechers, yellow-vesters and the little that remains of an honest media. Ezra Levant’s just released The Librano$—merging the words “Liberals” and “Sopranos”—tells us all we need to know about Trudeau’s corruption and unfitness for office.

Though this is Trudeau’s election to lose, with only one exception none of his major challengers are worthy of respect or consideration. Greenie Elizabeth May is a national joke, appealing mainly to leftcoasters. Back in the day she warned that we had only weeks to meet the Kyoto Accord objectives. Now, a decade later, she’s at it again hyping the Paris Agreement targets—or else. If Elizabeth goes unheeded, we will all shortly bake and writhe in indescribable agony.

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See Also:

(1) Getting the facts straight when it comes to provincial equalization payments

(2) Leaders trade accusations of desperation tactics as campaign heads down to wire

(3) Battle for the Beauce: Maxime Bernier clings to home turf for his political future

(4) Why Bernier’s PPC polls higher in Alberta than anywhere else

(5) Commentary by Maxime Bernier: Reject global warming alarmism

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