If McKenna didn’t want “fights,” she and Trudeau would repeal the carbon tax.
In the latest example of Trudeau government hypocrisy, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna claimed in a recent speech to the Empire Club that she doesn’t want “fights.”
On Twitter, she repeated that messaging:
“I don’t want to fight with other politicians. I want to fight climate change. I want to fight for more jobs. I want to fight for more investment. I want to fight for Canada being the model for the world.”
I don’t want to fight with other politicians. I want to fight climate change. I want to fight for more jobs. I want to fight for more investment. I want to fight for Canada being the model for the world. pic.twitter.com/7QbVCApgA7
— Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 (@cathmckenna) December 7, 2018
Of course, McKenna and Trudeau’s policies have done the opposite of everything she claims to want.
Canada’s emissions are going up far more than in the United States (where they are going down), even though the U.S. doesn’t have an economically-crippling carbon tax.
Investment in Canada is falling.
And when it comes to being a model for the world, the massive backlash towards carbon taxes around the globe – particularly in France – shows that the only thing Canada is modelling is how to have a totally out of touch government that acts against the interests of its citizens.
Finally, as we’ve all seen, McKenna and Trudeau’s carbon tax is the cause of massive fights against the provinces. Even when governments have been explicitly elected on a platform of opposing the carbon tax, the Trudeau Liberals refuse to listen, forcing it on unwilling Canadians and unwilling provinces. It’s McKenna and Trudeau who are causing the fights and division in the country.
So, for McKenna to claim she doesn’t want fights against other politicians is the height of hypocrisy, and it’s a claim with zero credibility.
Photo – Twitter