Scheer Targets Arrogance Of Trudeau Government

Line of attack for upcoming parliamentary session becoming clear.

It seems “arrogance” will be a key line of attack for the opposition Conservatives as they take on the Liberals in the upcoming Parliamentary session.

In his speech at the end of the Conservative Caucus retreat in Winnipeg (which you can watch here), Scheer made reference to the arrogance of the Trudeau government on a variety of issues.

It certainly fits.

Justin Trudeau’s time in power has been one example of arrogance after the other. From his elitist economic policies, dismissal of criticism and other opinions, to trying to hid the Omar Khadr payment disgrace from the Canadian People, Justin Trudeau clearly thinks the people of our country are meant to serve him, rather than the other way around.

Trudeau has taken arrogance to a new, and dangerous level, as he sees himself even as above the defending the idea of Canada as a special and unique nation.

Instead, he pushes the ideology of “global citizenship,” which denies the idea that the government exists to serve our citizens, and puts the interests of other countries and global institutions ahead of our nation.

As a result, the “arrogance” attack has the potential for to be effective for the Opposition, as it encompasses the underlying attitude of the Trudeau government on a wide range of issues, and fits with what many Canadians are starting to feel.

While Trudeau campaigned as a different kind of politician who would listen to others and be a more humble servant of Canadians, his promises have been revealed as total lies.

Perhaps it’s no surprise that an elitist trust fund kid from a political dynasty turned out to be arrogant, and the more that arrogance is exposed the better our prospects of taking the country back.

Spencer Fernando


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