As Parliament wraps up for the summer, Justin Trudeau’s amateur act is now having a profound impact on the daily lives of Canadians.
It shows up in many ways: in a new 7 billion dollar slush fund for Liberal Cabinet Ministers, in electoral reform legislation that ensures foreign money will influence future elections, in a summer jobs program that denies money to kids’ camps but gives it to groups actively promoting the annihilation of Israel, in deliberate policies that destabilize our immigration system and weaken our borders by supporting illegal immigration; and it shows up in an ineffective environment plan that will tax every Canadian, and destroy our Natural Resource development while failing to reduce emissions.
The place where the impacts are most profound and immediate is on our daily relationship with the United States. Apparently we could have avoided much of this trade trouble if we had put restrictions on China dumping their steel into the US through Canada.
Trudeau’s favorite line is that the economy and the environment go hand in hand. But with his government, they are going hand in hand together, right down the drain.
David Anderson, MP