Poilievre points out that the Trudeau government’s tough talk on Saudi Arabia wasn’t matched up with action, as our country is still buying tons of Saudi oil.
In a new video, Pierre Poilievre is exposing the emptiness of Justin Trudeau’s “tough talk” on the world stage.
He notes that Trudeau blocking the energy east pipeline keeps us reliant on Saudi oil, and leads to the outrageous situation in which we sell our oil at a discount in the West, while buying it at a premium in the East.
Offering a clear contrast to Trudeau’s anti-Canada policies, Poilievre said “If we really want to stand up for ourselves, let’s get out of the way and let private industry build pipelines, let’s lower taxes so we can bring jobs, business, and investment back to our country, let’s build our economy through free enterprise, low taxes, and limited regulation, so that the next time we enter into a conflict with another country we’re strong enough and tough enough to stand on our own two feet.”
You can watch the video below:
Strutting around like a peacock might make Trudeau feel tough. But if we want to stand up to foreign foes, we need energy independence. Help us stand up for Canada: https://t.co/aSeWGZhE6q pic.twitter.com/YHzbkELjz4
— Pierre Poilievre (@PierrePoilievre) August 22, 2018
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