June 14, 2024
You can’t tell mom and dad they have to accept a man with his male genitalia visible in the locker room and their nine-year-old daughter has to put up with it. That used to be an arrestable offence.

Conservatives appear to be steaming toward victory

It must be difficult for those on the left to look at public polling.

The left’s dream choice, the handsome, modern, dreamy Justin Trudeau is so far behind Pierre Poilievre that the numbers — unchanged in almost a year — show the Liberals will be devastated in the next election.

The Conservatives are ahead 43% to 25%.

In Ontario, where it seems Conservative Premier Doug Ford careens from one issue to another, often lurching back after making a move, his party polls 11% ahead of the Liberals.

338Canada.com — a polling aggregator — predicts that, if the situation stays as it is federally, the Conservatives, needing 172 seats for a majority, would pick up 212.

Why?

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BTDT
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BTDT
June 5, 2024 2:43 pm

Our PM is in Normandy today. Pray that he doesn’t make a fool of himself and embarrass Canada like he did at Vimy, and the Queen’s funeral (to name but two instances). Will he totally shred what’s left of Canada’s reputation by getting caught singing kararoke again on the eve of another solemn event? Pins and needles, Canada until its wheels up….

https://www.pm.gc.ca/en/news/itineraries/2024/06/04/prime-ministers-itinerary-wednesday-june-5-2024

BTDT
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BTDT
June 4, 2024 4:17 pm

Canadians with a lick of good sense surely will have difficulty with the ‘any good you have been doing’ when it comes to Trudeau. A quote is a quote….

“You have sat too long for any good you have been doing. In the name of God, go”

The Liberals are refusing to say which federal politicians “wittingly” cooperated with foreign interference schemes after an explosive new report.

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland faced repeated questions about the National Security and Intelligence Committee’s (NSICOP) findings, that parliamentarians are “witting or semi-witting” participants in foreign interference, including revealing secrets to foreign states.

Which federal politicians allegedly colluded with foreign states? Liberals won’t say (msn.com)

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