Growing backlash against Justin’s lies
The evidence of Justin Trudeau’s severe fall in popularity is adding up.
The most recent example of his disconnect with the Canadian people is the protests that took place across Canada, denouncing his electoral reform deception.
As reported by the Canadian Press, one protester summed up the feelings of many people by saying “I understand that there’s a lot of turmoil right now, but that didn’t justify shutting the system down and shutting the options down.”
In many ways, the outrage over the electoral reform issue isn’t even about what people think about the policy.
It’s about how Trudeau handled it.
He presented himself in one way to get elected, and then stabbed all those who believed him in the back.
He ran as someone who would listen, and then said shutting down electoral reform discussions was “his choice to make.”
These are the kinds of lies people remember, and they can end political careers.
Trudeau & Selinger
There are some interesting similarities between Justin Trudeau and former Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger. In 2011, Greg Selinger explicitly said he would not raise the PST (sales tax).
He won – in large part based on that promise.
Then, after he had power, he raised the PST – in direct defiance of his election promise.
He paid the price big time, as his party was crushed in the next election.
Voters punished him for acting like a king, for thinking he was above the need to listen.
Justin Trudeau faces the same problem. He has demonstrated himself to be dishonest and out of touch, and once that opinion sets in it can be impossible to recover from.
As more and more Canadians wake up, we can expect to see opposition to Trudeau’s harmful and deceptive agenda keep increasing.
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