'This country is the prettiest country I have ever been in,' said Tucker Carlson. 'Prettier than Switzerland,' he added. I say, these seem like egregiously hateful remarks for a foreigner to make about Canada. I mean, this man must be a literal Nazi.
Opposition leader Pierre Poilievre called for Trudeau to be 'fired' over his misuse of the Emergency Act. Poilievre argued that the current Prime Minister 'caused the crisis by dividing people. Then he violated Charter rights to illegally suppress citizens.'
On this episode of The Van Maren Show, Jonathon speaks with Canadian conservative commentator Andrew Lawton about the Trudeau government’s censorship of dissent and its strange intransigence toward its detractors.
'Hold The Line' recounts what civil courage can accomplish. It's not the politics of the right or the left that will shape a better future for Canada. Instead, it's a citizenry working for virtue, truth, and love of God. It is people who reject the politics of division, power, and blame.
'Thank you, Christine, for visiting Canada and for reminding us that Pierre Poilievre and [the] CPC are deeply compromised by the same people who own Justin Trudeau,' reacted prominent anti-lockdown Ontario doctor Patrick Phillips.
'I have concluded that [Trudeau's] Cabinet was reasonably concerned that the situation it was facing was worsening and at risk of becoming dangerous and unmanageable... The decision to invoke the Act was appropriate.'