All Things Trudeau, Chapter 2

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nucksRnum1 wrote: Nov 24th, 2021, 5:24 pm How is winning 3 elections and having power losing?
When did this "winning 3 elections" happen? All Canadians saw was Justin call an election that no one wanted that cost Canadian taxpayers $600 million to accomplish nothing, as Justin thought that by spending hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars would win him a majority, only to run a terrible and insanely stupid election and poop away that majority. Only the dumbest of the dumb would ever try to sell the garbage that Justin "won" anything in the last election.

Justin was a giant loser, again, mostly because he's corrupt , supported by corrupt disgusting scumbags. He is truly a blight on this country.
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Uh-oh.

Sock Boy will be sweating bullets. His coverup of the origin of the pandemic is back under investigation.


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lock him up.
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nucksRnum1 wrote: Nov 24th, 2021, 5:24 pm How is winning 3 elections and having power losing?
Don't expect conservatives to admit that Trudeau trounced the CPC 3 times in a row any time soon. Trudeau's biggest haters are far too fragile to be able to admit that their party couldn't unseat Trudeau even after 3 tries by 3 different "leaders".
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Gone_Fishin wrote: Nov 25th, 2021, 6:16 am Uh-oh.

Sock Boy will be sweating bullets. His coverup of the origin of the pandemic is back under investigation.


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Yup, about time that Justin is held to account for his crimes. High time indeed.
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It's so great to see yet another example of Trudeau's great leadership, which is why he's won 3 elections in a row against the embarrassing and crumbling CPC. And as Trudeau focuses on Canadians' livelihoods, the embarrassing and crumbling CPC is babbling about covid laboratory conspiracies and trying to coddle conservative anti-vax MPs. Canadians are so fortunate to have Trudeau leading the country and not the ridiculous, conspiracy driven CPC.

Trudeau 'extremely concerned' by soaring cost of living

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday he is “extremely concerned” by increases in the cost of living caused by high inflation, adding that Liberal government policies should help address the issue.

Canada’s annual inflation rate hit an 18-year high of 4.7 per cent in October, far above the Bank of Canada’s 2 per cent target, and analysts predict it will rise further.

The official opposition Conservative Party says Trudeau is to blame, pointing to major government spending programs introduced to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We are extremely concerned about the rising cost of living brought to people by inflation,” Trudeau told the House of Commons, noting many other nations faced the same problem.

Trudeau, whose Liberals won re-election in September with a minority government, unveiled his formal agenda on Tuesday and promised to focus on cutting the costs of daycare and housing.

“This will help families deal with the increasing cost of living,” he said on Wednesday.
https://financialpost.com/news/economy/ ... f-living-2
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BONOKOSKI: What’s the price of a litre of milk? Don’t ask Trudeau

Now that the speech from the throne has been delivered, it is time for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to start delivering on what he cited were his “priorities,” upon calling what he hyped was the most important election since the defeat of the Nazis.

Not promises, bien sur, which he never keeps them (besides the legalization of recreational marijuana, that is) but priorities.

As in Priority 1, and then Priority 2 …

Suffice to say, he stalled the return of Parliament long enough to show his heart is truly not in the game, and that he’s already looking forward to the Christmas break and another posh holiday in the sun.

Priority 1 is staring the entire country in the face: it’s COVID-19, and how to stem its tide.

No. 2 (or No. 1 with a bullet) would be the economy, right? In understandable words.

It seems it’s pocketbook issues that are troubling Canadians the most today. Inflationary price tags on essentials like groceries and gas are now outranking issues like the COVID-19 pandemic, health care and housing, says the latest Ipsos poll.

SNIP

What’s the cost of a litre of milk? Justin Trudeau wouldn’t know.

Journalists trying to get the goods on deep stories, well, bon chance.

Access to information at the beginning of Trudeau’s third term in government still remains a hit-and-miss system of delays, denials, and partial disclosures.

And no one’s in charge. Since late 2019, there hasn’t been a stand-alone minister responsible for democratic institutions.

Democracy is unimportant. Our dysfunctional military is unimportant.

Ditto with the pocketbook economy.
https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... sk-trudeau
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Liberals table COVID-19 aid bill with targeted supports to businesses, workers

The Liberals have tabled a long awaited aid bill aimed at giving targeted supports to businesses still reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a press conference Wednesday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland announced the introduction of Bill C-2.

According to a news release, the bill would extend previously announced programs as well as “deliver targeted support” to businesses and workers facing pandemic-related challenges.

Freeland previously released broad details of the plan to offer targeted supports to workers and businesses after the Liberals phased out several pandemic-era benefits like the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS), the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy (CERS) and the Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB) at the end of October.

On Wednesday however, Freeland unveiled further details on the bill.

“As our recovery has begun to take hold, we have moved past the darkest days of the pandemic to a new phase,” said Freeland in a news release.
https://globalnews.ca/news/8398662/cana ... -freeland/
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Throne Speech suggests that Trudeau wants to establish his legacy – and hang the consequences

In the last federal election, the Liberal Party received the support of less than one-third of voters. No federal political party has formed government with a weaker public mandate.

And yet the Liberals introduced a Throne Speech this week filled with ambitious and expensive commitments. Those commitments arrive on the heels of rising inflation and warnings from the Bank of Canada that interest rates are about to go up.

It is very hard to escape the conclusion that, just like his father, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is determined to establish a legacy – and hang the consequences.

Tuesday’s Throne Speech stressed reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, combatting climate change, new housing supports and the national child-care program.

That child-care program, once fully implemented, will add $8.3-billion annually to federal spending. A Royal Bank report released last month concluded that reducing carbon emissions by 75 per cent will cost governments, businesses and communities $60-billion annually, four times what we’re spending now.

Does the public support these expensive new measures? As recently as a month ago, the answer was yes. An October Abacus poll placed health care, vaccinations, climate change and housing affordability among the top priorities for a plurality of Canadians. The Throne Speech echoed those priorities.

“They ticked all the boxes,” Abacus CEO David Coletto told me. (The poll employed a representative panel of 2,200 adults surveyed from Oct. 15-20, with an equivalent margin of error within 1.9 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.)
https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politic ... egacy-and/
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Pete McMartin: Get out here Prime Minister Trudeau and do your job
Opinion: B.C. and the people suffering here await Prime Minister Trudeau.


The question is this: Where in hell is Prime Minister Justin Trudeau?

Oh, sure, I know — the guy’s got a busy schedule. Jam-packed calendar. Previous commitments. Like the whole Three Amigos thing. Absolutely had to make that pilgrimage to Washington, D.C., in order to genuflect in Joe Biden’s house. Very important matters to attend to there that he absolutely had to give his full attention to, like that crucial matter about the U.S. tax credit for made-in-America EV cars, which surely was on the mind of every British Columbian, including those busy treading water at the time.

https://vancouversun.com/opinion/pete-m ... o-your-job
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It's so great being re-assured by the Trudeau government that the Canadian government believes in science, unlike the CPC opposition who coddle science deniers and anti-vaxxers.

Great job, Justin! Keep up the great work!
Trudeau: Climate change here, impact devastating, aggressive action needed

The House of Commons held an emergency debate Wednesday night on the devastating floods in British Columbia amid increased attention to how ill-prepared the country is for the effects of a changing climate.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used the debate to once again assure British Columbians that the federal government, which has already deployed more than 500 Canadian Armed Forces members, will be there to support them and help them rebuild from the flooding and deadly mudslides.

But he also took the opportunity to underscore the need for aggressive action to combat climate change.

“We know that this is not an isolated case,” he told the House.

Trudeau noted that B.C. suffered devastating wildfires and extreme, record-setting temperatures this summer and that Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador are currently experiencing their own floods due to heavy rain.

“If the last year has shown us anything, it’s the impacts of climate change are here sooner than expected and they’re devastating,” Trudeau said.
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Is anyone surprised by this? The Liberals are just so freaking awful!
Trudeau Liberals spent $627,000 to push feminism in Venezuela
The so-called "Venezuelan Project" also included $66,822 for the “greater public profile of the female members of the Venezuelan Interim Government.”

The Trudeau Liberals' department of foreign affairs spent over $600,000 promoting feminism in Venezuela. This budget also included a $567-a day publicist that would help arrange interviews, according to Blacklock's Reporter.

The so-called "Venezuelan Project" also included $66,822 for "greater public profile of the female members of the Venezuelan Interim Government."
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Everyone knows that Trudeau's Liberals work hard to protect Canadian interests, which is why he so throroughly beat the incompetent CPC for a 3rd time in a row. Thanks for all your hard work, Justin!
Trudeau says he brought up P.E.I. potato trade to Biden during U.S. visit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he raised the P.E.I. potato export suspension with U.S. President Joe Biden during his trip to Washington last week.

The prime minister said during question period Wednesday that the Canadian government is working closely with the U.S. to resume the fresh potato trade after John Barlow, Conservative MP for Foothills and shadow agriculture minister, asked whether Trudeau would reverse the suspension.

"In the matter of potatoes, we are obviously extremely concerned. I brought it up directly with the president last week when I was in Washington," Trudeau said.

"We've been working closely with Islanders and indeed with the Americans to make sure the Americans understand that there's no scientific basis for the ban of table potatoes. We're going to continue to stand up for Prince Edward Islanders, look for a solution to this based on science."
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WATCH: Poilievre BLASTS Trudeau for 'JUSTINFLATION'
"But the prime minister says that he doesn't think much about monetary policy. That's no surprise, after all, it's Justinflation."
https://thepostmillennial.com/watch-poi ... tinflation

Fantastic - the dumb dumb Justin getting just totally roasted! :130:
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The Trudeau government has a long, long record of working with provinces, especially given that he's been in power for 3 elections in a row. Thanks, Justin!

Liberals say they will allow provinces to ban handguns, citing rise in gun violence

The Liberals’ throne speech promised to work with provinces and territories to allow them to ban handguns, going further than the government had proposed previously in allowing cities to ban the weapons.

“Gun violence is on the rise in many of our biggest cities. While investing in prevention and supporting the work of law enforcement, we must also continue to strengthen gun control,” reads the speech delivered in the Senate on Tuesday.

“The government will now put forward measures like a mandatory buyback of banned assault-style weapons, and move forward with any province or territory that wants to ban handguns.”

Public Safety Minister Marco Mendocino said the government wants to do whatever is required to deal with gun violence.
https://nationalpost.com/news/politics/ ... n-handguns
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