Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are trying to turn Canadians against each other.
The Trudeau Liberals have been the most divisive government in Canadian history, regularly trying to turn Canadians against each other by demonizing people and bringing hypocrisy to a massive level.
While the Liberals try pretending they are victims of this anger, they are the ones purposely stoking the anger the most, in pursuit of their selfish political benefit.
Here are ten examples of the Liberals demonizing Canadians and purposely stoking anger:
Trudeau Excludes Conservatives from crisis talks, disenfranchises millions
“Trudeau excluded Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives from CCP Virus Crisis talks, insulting and disenfranchising everyone who voted Conservative (the party that won the popular vote).”
Bill Morneau called Lisa Raitt a “neanderthal.”
“WATCH this exchange in Ottawa yesterday, where conservative Lisa Raitt challenges finance minister Bill Morneau over his fake-feminist budget, Morneau responds by saying he finds her questions “OFFENSIVE” and then goes on to call her a “NEANDERTHAL.” What a pathetic little man.”
WATCH this exchange in Ottawa yesterday, where conservative Lisa Raitt challenges finance minister Bill Morneau over his fake-feminist budget, Morneau responds by saying he finds her questions "OFFENSIVE" and then goes on to call her a "NEANDERTHAL." What a pathetic little man. pic.twitter.com/PgHrM2f1xc
— Candice Malcolm (@CandiceMalcolm) March 27, 2018
Ahmed Hussen called Lisa MacLeod “un-Canadian” for opposing illegal border crossings.
“After Lisa MacLeod – the Ontario Minister Responsible for Immigration – made clear that the Ford government wants border enforcement, and had the toughness to criticize the fact that illegal crossers are cutting in line ahead of those following legal processes, Hussen went on the attack.
He called MacLeod “Un-Canadian,” and insanely accused her of “fear mongering,” even though he’s obviously the one trying to scare and divide Canadians by demonizing those of us who want the border secured.”
Catherine McKenna implies Conservatives aren’t People or Canadians
“Across Canada, people agree that climate change is a threat to our country. I don’t understand why the Conservatives are hesitant to join Canadians in the fight against climate change. We’ll keep working with Canadians as we move forward with our practical and affordable plan.”
McKenna’s rhetoric here is very dangerous.
Note how she says “people agree” that climate change is a threat. Then, she says Conservatives won’t “join Canadians” to fight against it.
Do you see what she’s doing here?
She is using rhetoric to imply that Conservatives are neither people, nor Canadian.
Trudeau attacks Albertans, says Canada “belongs” to leaders from Quebec
“Trudeau said Canada “belongs” to leaders from Quebec, while saying “Canada isn’t doing well right now because it’s Albertans who control our community and socio-democratic agenda. It doesn’t work.”
Trudeau demonizes Canadian construction workers
“While in Argentina, Justin Trudeau did some more disgusting virtue-signalling.
He was talking about ‘gender budgets’ when he started to demonize construction workers.
He implied that having “male construction workers” in a “rural areas” had “social impacts.”
As if it wasn’t clear enough where Trudeau was going with his sexist rhetoric, he later said “women entrepreneurs make better choices.””
Gerald Butts compares Trudeau critics to ‘Nazis’
Butts did this while working for the Liberal government. Trudeau did nothing.
As we can all see, the Liberals are the increasingly dangerous and divisive force in this country, purposely stoking political rage and anger while trying to divide our nation.
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