DIVIDING CANADIANS: Catherine McKenna Says “Climate Denial And Misogyny Seem To Go Together”

In Catherine McKenna’s mind, disagreeing with the government on climate issues equals hating women. Oops, did I just ‘peoplesplain?’

The Trudeau government came to power promising to unite Canadians, and usher in a new era of kinder, less divisive politics.

Didn’t happen.

Instead, they’ve gone in exactly the opposite direction, demonizing Canadians in far harsher ways than the Harper government ever did.

Notably, the Harper government spent most of their time directly attacking their political opponents, while the Trudeau government extends their attacks to millions of Canadian citizens.

The latest example of that deliberate effort to demonize and divide Canadians comes in a recent Tweet by Catherine McKenna.

Apparently, McKenna thinks that disagreeing with her on climate change (which she purposely describes using the loaded term “denial”) somehow equals hating women.

It’s totally insane, and it’s a clear effort to demonize millions of Canadians.

This is the exact opposite of bringing people together, and represents a betrayal of Canadians who expect our government to respect citizens with different viewpoints.

Of course, it’s ironic that Catherine McKenna wants people to feel bad for her – a financially comfortable politician – while she showed zero compassion for the jobs of workers in the coal industry she wants to destroy and didn’t even bother providing re-training programs for.

As you can imagine, McKenna’s divisive attack on Canadians isn’t going over well:


It goes on like that. People are clearly unimpressed, and we know that Canadians deserve far better than politicians trying to tear Canada apart.

Spencer Fernando

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