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Liberals rise in the polls as Canadians rally behind Trudeau in spat with Trump


Andrew Scheer and the Conservative Party of Canada must understand what’s at stake in the next Canadian federal election. If the Conservatives lose the next federal election, they may never win another federal election. Ever. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (along with Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussein) will seek to replicate Europe’s disastrous immigration policies. Trudeau wants to alter the Canadian electorate in his party’s favour, making it next to impossible for a Conservative to win a federal election. As we saw in Toronto earlier this week, an open border and sanctuary policy (especially from Middle Eastern countries) is reckless, dangerous, and costly as well.

Andrew Scheer and the Conservative Party have been a major disappointment in exposing Justin Trudeau’s reckless policies and embarrassing incompetence. At least so far. Since Justin Trudeau was elected Prime Minister of Canada, he has paid a convicted terrorist (Omar Khadr) 10.5 million dollars, and he has fought with Canadian war veterans by refusing to provide them with the financial aid that they require and deserve. He has raised taxes on Canadian families. He has added billions of dollars to Canada’s debt, claiming that the budget will “balance itself.” He made Canada a laughing stock during his trip to India because of his ridiculous behavior and buffoonery. He was the first Canadian Prime Minister to be found guilty of violating ethics laws. He is also trying to exploit (with the help of the biased Canadian media) the so called “Trade War” against Donald Trump, knowing full well that Canada will lose badly in a trade fight against the U.S. Despite all of this, Justin Trudeau continues to lead Scheer in the polls.

What is Scheer waiting for? Why isn’t Scheer attacking Trudeau much more aggressively on social media? Why isn’t Scheer going on the offense to the extent that he should? Perhaps Scheer should analyse the 2012 presidential election in the United States. Like Scheer, Mitt Romney was meek, boring, and uninspiring. In the third Presidential debate, Romney got crushed by Obama because he was passive and unassertive. Romney lost the election after the third debate. Voters are not inspired by timid candidates. Voters are inspired by fighters such as Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu. Andrew Scheer would be wise to change his strategy quickly.

“Liberals rise in polls as Canadians rally behind Trudeau in spat with Trump: Ipsos poll,” by

As the weather gets warmer, Canadians are also warming back up to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberals — with their approval rating jumping by five points this month.

According to an exclusive Ipsos poll for Global News, 55 per cent of Canadian respondents approve of Justin Trudeau’s government, up from 50 per cent in June.

It’s also a marked rise since its lowest point; only 44 per cent of respondents approved of him at the end of March.

If a vote were held today, the Liberals would receive 39 per cent of the popular vote, the poll found — up six points since last month — with the Tories coming in second with 32 per cent of the vote, a drop of five points since last month….

Liberals rise in polls as Canadians rally behind Trudeau in spat with Trump: Ipsos poll

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