A great start by O’Toole, who is already offering an alternative to the disloyal, anti-Canadian policies of the Liberals.
Conservative leader Erin O’Toole is off to a great start.
In particular, O’Toole is reiterating his commitment to dealing with one of the biggest issues of our time:
The threat posed by Communist China.
During the campaign, O’Toole was strongly supported by Conservative Senator Leo Housakos, who has been one of the toughest on pushing back against China’s attempt to infiltrate and influence our country.
O’Toole mirrored that strong stance, and is now making clear that it wasn’t just campaign rhetoric.
During his first press conference as Conservative leader, O’Toole ripped China as a “predatory” nation, and said Canada wouldn’t seek trade deals with the Communist State under his leadership, focusing on trade with free nations instead:
“We will trade freely with free nations and not spend our time chasing trade deals with predatory countries like communist China,” said O’Toole.
This is great to see.
First of all, O’Toole has the guts to call China a “predatory” nation.
Second, he’s sending a clear signal that he will not betray Canada’s values for some trade deals that the corrupt elites want.
He is making a strong contrast with the Trudeau Liberals, who seem hell-bent on selling our country out to the Chinese Communist State.
O’Toole is off to a good start, and if he keeps this up he will certainly earn the backing of more and more Patriotic Canadians in his bid to defeat the corrupt Liberal government.
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