Trudeau’s Weak First Ministers Meeting Agenda Shows His Fear Of Confronting The Damage He’s Doing To Canada

Why else would he be trying to ignore the biggest problems facing our nation?

Canada is facing numerous crises.

In particular, our energy industry is in crisis, GM is leaving Oshawa, and investment is collapsing across the country, not to mention the damage the carbon tax will do.

So, you would think that a meeting of Justin Trudeau and the Premiers would be focused on addressing those problems.

Well, that’s not how Trudeau wanted it.

The agenda for the First Ministers meeting ignored those key issues, and was instead an effort to promote what the government has ‘already done.’

In short, it was about ignoring the real issues, and giving Trudeau a free campaign advertisement.

But the Premiers aren’t having it. The objections were strongest from Alberta and Ontario, with demands to put the oil crisis and the carbon tax on the agenda.

Yet, it shouldn’t even have come to this.

Trudeau and the feds should have put those key issues on the agenda to begin with.

So why didn’t they?

It’s because Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are afraid of confronting the damage they’ve done, and are doing, to the country.

The carbon tax is widely hated, and people are turning against carbon taxes around the world.

Trudeau is now taking direct blame for the oil industry crisis he caused with his anti-energy industry policies.

And his USMCA trade deal ‘win’ is turning out to be a big time surrender and loss for Canada.

All around him, his policies and his ideology are failing, and he’s desperate to avoid acknowledging that.

Hence the weak, self-serving, and out-of-touch First Ministers meeting agenda that his government tried to foist on the Premiers.

Spencer Fernando

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