A new Forum Research poll taken in the wake of the poorly received federal budget shows the Trudeau Liberals have fallen behind the Conservatives.
Here are the results:
- Conservatives – 38%
- Liberals – 36%
- NDP – 15%
- Bloc – 6%
- Green – 4%
The establishment media is reporting that the declining poll numbers are due to the unpopular federal budget. While the budget is certainly unpopular – only 14% approve – the media is overlooking the impact of M-103.
M-103 was extremely unpopular, and the Trudeau government betrayed Canadians by forcing it through over our objections. M-103 became a highly publicized issue – mostly because of protests against it, forcing the elitist media to put at least some attention towards it.
Advocacy against M-103 spread quickly online, with Canadians especially disturbed by the government using the term “Islamophobia” as an excuse to suppress dissent.
The manipulative motion went directly against the core Canadian principles of freedom of expression and freedom of speech. Despite the government’s attempt to tie criticism of Islam to “racism” and “bigotry,” Canadians saw through the lies.
I don’t expect the media to link M-103 to the Liberals fall in the polls, since they are stuck in their failed politically correct ideology, but that doesn’t change the truth.
Many Canadians have woken up to the disturbing actions of the Trudeau government as they attempt to erode our right to criticize an idea.
Those opposed to Trudeau must realize that holding him accountable for his actions is the only way to defeat him. The pressure must be kept up relentlessly, and the elitist establishment media can’t be relied upon. Just as with M-103, we need to get our message out through our own networks – bypassing the propaganda and lies of the government.
There is a long way until the next election, and as it gets closer the media will certainly do what it can to prop up Trudeau and his elitist agenda.
That is why Canadian Patriots be relentless in keeping Trudeau’s poll numbers low and driving them even lower.
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