Liberal voters know the current state of Canada is Justin Trudeau’s fault.
Trudeau has left a trail of misappropriation, misbehaviour, misconduct, misdeeds, misery, misfortune, mishandling, misinformation, misjudgments, mislead, mismanaged, misnamed, misogyny, misplaced, misquoted, misrepresentation, missteps, mistreatment and misunderstanding leading directly to all of our current madness in Canada.
He clearly has missed the boat on leadership by manhandling the kind sensibilities of most Canadians. Trudeau has created a country I am not proud of. I long for a reset to pre-Trudeau Canada.
WHO’S NAME-CALLING NOW?
Re: PM name-calling, letter, online, Feb. 4
Whether or not I support the prime minister has nothing to do with my response to this letter.
It doesn’t help one’s case to submit that the prime minister’s name-calling makes us ask if he is racist. Especially when one ends by name-calling at the end: “Name-calling is what we would expect from the wingnuts south of the border.”
B.C. OPINION NO SURPRISE
Re: Ruling doesn’t change opinion, letter, Jan. 31
The letter writer seems to be all in with Justin Trudeau’s Third World takedown of the convoy protest; you know, the gathering with bouncy castles, barbecues and families sticking together. Perhaps he would not be too happy if, after financially supporting a cause, he suddenly had his account frozen by the bank.
I am not surprised by the B.C. letter writer’s views on the convoy protest because that province is like a spinoff of the lefties in California, Washington State and Oregon.
NOTHING ON FARMERS?
I have a serious question about the lack of news on English Canadian media, over the past month, in respect to the farmers’ protests that are occurring all across Europe. The economies of numerous European nations are coming to a standstill. Is this a government plot to keep Canadians ignorant of these facts, for fear of Canadian farmers picking up the same fight?
Seriously! Many of us have friends and relatives in Europe sending us information, yet not a peep here.
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