The arrogance and self-righteousness of the Liberals has blinded them to their own role in dividing Canadians against each other.
With political division in Canada rising, the Liberals are attempting to blame those divisions solely on Conservatives.
When Liberal apologists – including Scott Gilmore – tried to pin the blame on the Conservatives, Canadians quickly pushed back.
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel – who was recently attacked by an obsessive Trudeau fan for wearing a dress in the House of Commons – slammed the hypocrisy of the Liberal apologists.
Here’s what Gilmore said:
“CPC pols will automatically dismiss this with “both sides do it”, “not as bad as media claims”, “just a fact of life”.
But, the smart ones know this is all true. Deep inside, a tiny spark of conscience must still burn. Will any of them finally step up and condemn the rhetoric?”
And here’s how Rempel responded:
“I’ve done it. Now you do Tabarra, Tootoo, Hehr, Kang, Trudeau, the bot accounts that spent their day insinuating that I was a whore for wearing a summer dress in the HoC yesterday, and the threats I get from your side. Enough. No one is pure. This bullshit spin makes it worse.”
I’ve done it. Now you do Tabarra, Tootoo, Hehr, Kang, Trudeau, the bot accounts that spent their day insinuating that I was a whore for wearing a summer dress in the HoC yesterday, and the threats I get from your side. Enough. No one is pure. This bullshit spin makes it worse. https://t.co/cJbo7NSJoQ
— Michelle Rempel Garner (@MichelleRempel) August 13, 2020
Rempel is pointing something out that the establishment media almost always ignores:
The Liberals are often the most vicious and partisan out of everybody, yet they are so hypocritical and self-righteous that they have seemingly convinced themselves that everybody else is the problem.
These actions by the Liberals are a classic case of ‘projection,’ where people project their own flaws and failings on others.
The Liberals have been in power for nearly half a decade now, and Canada is more divided than ever before. Western separatism is rising, the Bloc surged back to relevance and strength in Quebec, identity politics is seeking to wipe away unifying national values and replace it with race-based anger and division, and politics has become much more angry than we’ve seen in a long-time.
Yet, despite being in power during this time, and despite being responsible for many of these divisions, the Liberals refuse to acknowledge their own role, and instead blame everyone else.
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