In one of my last posts, I looked at how Andrew Scheer and his ugly Cons have been whipping up racism and xenophobia all over the country.
Helping to pour fuel on the flames of the same kind of bigotry that has already claimed the lives of six peaceful worshippers of a Quebec City mosque.
As well as triggering a wave of death threats aimed at Justin Trudeau.
So you can imagine how I felt when I saw this...
Justin Trudeau's Liberals have done more name-calling and fear-mongering than anyone. Trudeau should stop accusing others of it until he looks in the mirror. pic.twitter.com/G7XaMWNH6e— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) January 31, 2019
Or how loudly I laughed.
And why I felt I had to say this:
And of course, after listening to this nonsense:
"Justin Trudeau is the one who is playing the politics of fear and division."
I also felt I had to add the long nose of a serial liar.
For suggesting that Trudeau is uglier and more divisive than he is, is not only absurd, it has to be his biggest lie ever.
And the results couldn't be more disgusting.
A woman at a town hall in the province of Saskatchewan in Canada’s west, a region where the Liberals are in trouble, accused Trudeau of “working for your globalist partners” to betray Canada.
“What do we do with traitors in Canada, Mr. Trudeau? We used to hang them, hang them for treason,” the woman told the stunned prime minister after asking him about Moslem sharia law and Saudi Arabian oil imports.
In the Quebec town of Saint-Hyacinthe, a man dressed in a yellow vest swore loudly at Trudeau and accused him of selling out the country.
For nobody can fear-monger or Scheermonger as much and as well as Scheer can...
And for that alone he can never be trusted
As for Trudeau I watched him at a town hall last night handling questions as politely as ever.
And when I saw what he had to say this morning in Toronto.
Justin Trudeau insisted Friday that he would stay positive in the face of what he predicts will be a "negative, divisive" election year.
Speaking at a Liberal fundraising breakfast at Toronto's Fairmont Royal York hotel, the prime minister said he plans to focus on bringing people together.
"We're going to have to stand in the face of what very likely will be negative, divisive campaigns while we stay positive, because we know that scaring people and dividing people might lead to short-term electoral gains, but it ends up hurting your capacity to govern for everyone," Trudeau told a group of supporters.
All I could say was good luck.
For the lights are going out all over this country...
A lot of dirty old men want him dead. The Cons are in a murderous frenzy.
And only his decency and our Canadian values, can lead us out of this darkness...