As anger continues to grow in the wake of the Energy East Pipeline cancellation – caused by Justin Trudeau’s destructive energy policies – Trudeau is facing a growing backlash for trying shift the blame.
Since the announcement that the Energy East Pipeline was terminated, Justin Trudeau has been refusing to take responsibility for causing the cancellation of the project, and has attempted to accuse his opponents of dividing the country in order to distract from his own divisive actions. Now, Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer is calling out Trudeau for his terrible response.
“I just find it odd that every time the prime minister makes a decision where Canadians are upset by the result of that, that he somehow blames them,” said Scheer. “There are a lot of people upset with the decision to kill Energy East.”
Added Scheer, “The anger that is being felt toward this Liberal government is national in scope. I reject the assertion that the prime minister is making.
As I’ve said before, Trudeau is the one trying to divide the country, as the thinks he can win Quebec votes by selling out the energy industry. Since the Trudeau Liberals are expected to lose seats in the West and Ontario, they see Quebec as their best hope for maintaining a majority. As a result, they bend over backwards for Bombardier while selling out much of the rest of Canada.
So, for Trudeau to claim others are being divisive is the epitome of hypocrisy.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall ripped Trudeau as well:
“Not only is this arrogant, it’s a pretty transparent and desperate attempt to deflect away from the actual issue at hand, which is the federal government’s responsibility for the cancellation of the Energy East pipeline. I will continue to stand up for Saskatchewan and for pipeline projects that are in the best interest of not only the West, but all of Canada.”
The contrast is clear: Wall and Scheer are acting like leaders, while Trudeau seeks to divide Canadians for his own political gain.
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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