As Canada’s border crisis continues to grow, the Trudeau government isn’t focused on doing what’s right for Canadians. Instead, they’re focused on votes in 2019.
A Global News report discusses the words of a government source who says the Trudeau government is worried about losing votes in Quebec as a result of the illegal border crossing surge.
Turns out, it’s not the risk that illegal border crossers are taking under a false image perpetuated by Trudeau, or the cost to Canadian taxpayers, or the punishment to those who are waiting in line the legal way that concerns the Trudeau government.
None of that matters to them.
What does matter to the Trudeau government?
According to the report, the government is worried that they will lose popularity in Quebec:
“Trudeau’s Liberals need to gain support in Quebec to offset expected losses elsewhere ahead of an October 2019 election. Asked whether the Liberals were worried about losing popularity in Quebec, the source said: “Absolutely. That’s a concern.”
It’s also mentioned that there is increased worry there will be more massive surges of illegal border crossers.
Of course, one tough tweet from Trudeau could put an end to the surge, just as his tweet caused it in the first place.
But yet again, the government is worried about image, rather than doing the right thing. The source says the government doesn’t want to lose votes in Quebec from further surges, but says “if Trudeau clamps down too far, he risks tarnishing a long-cultivated reputation for openness and tolerance.”
All image, all the time
Yet again, we see that the Trudeau government is obsessed only with their image, not doing the right thing. At a time when the government should be acting in the interests of Canadians to end the border crisis and fix the severe damage they’ve done to our Canadian immigration system, Trudeau is instead focused on his own selfish political fortunes.
It’s a total disgrace.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth.
That’s why I write.
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