Another Wild Week in Canadian Politics

National Politics

Politics – It has been a pretty wild week in Canadian Politics.

In Toronto at a Liberal Party fundraising event, protestors outside were chanting “Justin Trudeau, how many kids have you killed today. These protestors were recorded by Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilly and posted to Twitter or “X”.

This chant was first played out on then United States President Lyndon Baines Johnson by anti-war protestors in the 1960s.

Prime Minister Trudeau in fighting back has tweeted;

The Liberals who are as much as 20 percentage points behind the Conservatives are fighting back by going negative on The Conservative leader claiming that he does not care.

The Conservatives are keeping up their four point plan and pointing at Justin Trudeau as the cause of high inflation, growing deficits, increased crime, and political corruption.

When the Prime Minister raised the issues of the tasks at hand and that it is “not my job to be popular”, that has the Conservatives admonishing him that he can get out of the way:

Thunder Bay Superior North MP Patty Hajdu on Twitter is working the negative side as well stating “Right-Winged” politicians are working to attack women.

The federal carbon tax remains a hot political issue, as an increase in the rate is planned for April 1, 2024. Despite widespread opposition and seven provincial premiers including the premier of Newfoundland who is a Liberal seeking that the tax increase not happen, the Prime Minister is remaining steadfast in his support.

Danielle Smith/Alberta:

Andrew Furey/Newfoundland:

Doug Ford/Ontario:

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