As she gets more and more desperate, Kathleen Wynne is inventing a bizzaro fantasy-land in which she’s running in the United States against the US President.
As their desperation increases, the Wynne Liberals are becoming increasingly unhinged and untethered from reality.
In a series of odd tweets, Kathleen Wynne is confirming that she intends to act as if she’s running in the United States against the US President, rather than actually focus on Ontario.
It’s absurd, and quite frankly a bit disturbing to see someone so disconnected to reality.
Here’s one of Wynne’s most messed-up tweets:
“Because he may be Donald Trump. But I am not Hillary Clinton. And Ontario is not the United States of America. We can’t let it happen again. Not here, not ever.”
Because he may be Donald Trump. But I am not Hillary Clinton. And Ontario is not the United States of America. We can't let it happen again. Not here, not ever.
— Kathleen Wynne (@Kathleen_Wynne) April 18, 2018
With these tweets, Kathleen Wynne is admitting that she can’t win in the actual reality of Ontario politics, so she’s trying to create a fantasy-land in which she’s somehow running against the current US President.
When you put it that way, it sounds pretty crazy.
And it is. It’s delusional and desperate.
Of course, that’s all that the Ontario Liberals have left. With their poll numbers in the tank, debt exploding, investment leaving, energy costs skyrocketing, and people turning against the government, an alternate reality of fear and lies is all that Wynne has left to offer.
While Wynne flees to bizarro-world, Ford address real issues
Meanwhile, Doug Ford is remaining focused on offering policy ideas.
Today, he announced that a PC government would reduce the business tax rate from 11.5% to 10.5%.
The move would help Ontario business that are increasingly struggling – particularly due to the high energy costs that are severely damaging competitiveness in the province.
Said Ford, “We’re going to create the environment to make sure this province is the most prosperous province anywhere in Canada. We’ll make sure we have the most competitive region in North America to do business.”
Ford’s policy announcement focused on addressing a real problem is a stark contrast from Wynne. While she offers delusion and fear, Ford is offering ideas to create economic growth.
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