Scheer Rips Trudeau For Prioritizing Trade With China Over NAFTA

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has brought attention to the fact that Justin Trudeau seems more interested in pursuing a dangerous trade deal with China, rather than focusing on putting Canada into the best position possible to win on NAFTA renegotiations.

During an interview with CBC Radio, Scheer said the following about the Trudeau government: “He seems so focused on a trade deal with China — that nobody wants — that they’re forgetting, and not prioritizing, a trade deal that everybody needs. They’re not working hard enough on this NAFTA [file] and they’re trying to confuse issues now. So I think they’re mishandling the trade file.”

Scheer also criticized Trudeau’s effort to suppress dissent and debate when it comes to trade.

“When it comes to the way that the Liberal government is handling it, when we’re talking to Canadians about how these things should be handled, we will always hold the government to account. That’s our job,” said Scheer.

It’s good to see Scheer criticizing Trudeau’s dangerous and disturbing obsession with China. While it may not always make day-to-day headlines (as much of the corporate media is in thrall to the globalist agenda that has benefited China), there are long-term negative consequences for Canada’s future if we let a foreign power buy out our nation piece by piece. Scheer is so far showing that he won’t put the pro-China corporate elite interests ahead of Canadians, and he’s using his position of influence to support Canadian interests.

The fact that Scheer even has to remind Trudeau about the difference between our ally the United States and the authoritarian communist state of China is evidence of the danger the current federal government poses to our future as a strong, unified, and truly independent nation.

Spencer Fernando


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