It’s pretty sad. When the Jean Charest campaign for CPC leader began, he and his team likely felt they were going…
As has been the case since the beginning of the CPC leadership race, the energy of pro-freedom Canadians is the dominant…
Canadians are increasingly tired of a small political elite telling us we should be happy and complacent as our nation declines.
Just like the questions about how much he was paid by Huawei, Charest isn’t willing to give a clear answer.
Poilievre had nearly 70% of donors in Q2.
Facts are stubborn things, and those facts continue to contradict what the Charest campaign claims.
Charest wants to leech off the success of Poilievre’s campaign.
No amount of spin can change the fact that Poilievre’s already-dominant campaign is even stronger now.
Poilievre is the unity candidate, as has been the case all the way through the CPC leadership race.
Mainstreet poll shows Poilievre-led CPC does much better against Liberals than Charest would.
More manipulation from the establishment. What does “centre-right” mean?
So much for “unity.” The Charest campaign has been a masterclass in gaslighting.
<Insert Sarcasm Here> Who could doubt that this is anything but a move based upon Charest’s strongly-held principles?
Jean Charest trails by a massive margin.
Nearly half of all Conservatives are less likely to vote CPC if Charest is the leader.
The Charest campaign continues to demonstrate how out of touch it is with Canadian Conservatives.
Demonstrably unable to win the support of most CPC members, the Charest campaign is relying on a strategy to win in…
Another blow to the Charest-Brown narrative.
Attempting to delegitimize an election that hasn’t even happened and calling for the race to be delayed are the actions of…
They claim they can win on points, but what else could they really say?
Those who benefit from the status quo want to keep things as they are.
Charest conveniently leaves out the surging equalization payments Quebec received and his immensely unpopular tax increases.
Canada needs a smaller and less intrusive government.
Does he think Huawei should have been banned while he was working for them?
The fact that Fast co-chairs the Charest campaign means his criticism must be viewed through the lens of the leadership race,…
The attacks on the CPC frontrunner continue to escalate as the leadership race heads further into the gutter.
Charest would further divide the country, weaken the opposition, and even if he ever gained power, would continue the same failed…
A massive gap that demonstrates the disconnect between the establishment media narrative and the reality on the ground.
Using Trudeau tactics didn’t work out for Charest in the CPC leadership debate.
A truly pathetic attempt to try and deflect criticism, and an insult to millions of Canadians.
A direct contradiction of Charest’s newfound ‘religious freedom defender’ image.
Charest was on the defensive for much of the first CPC Leaders Debate, and his work for Huawei – a company…
The difference between a political movement and more narrowly targeted elite-driven campaigns.
The more the policies of the establishment fail, the more Canadians flock to Pierre Poilievre’s rallies.
A hypothetical Charest-run Conservative Party does far worse vs the Liberals than if Poilievre was at the helm.
It seems to be the fallback position when in-depth analysis is lacking.
Canadians are likely to find Charest’s time with Huawei to be ‘disqualifying’.
Marc Patrone joins Spencer Fernando to discuss the rapidly-evolving CPC Leadership race.
Good news for all Canadians who want the next election to offer a real alternative.
With the establishment press pushing Charest to takeover the Conservative Party, Harper is seeking to block that from happening.