Why I Believe Erin O’Toole Wins The 2021 Election: Current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Calls An Election During a Period When a Coalition against Conservatives Would Benefit His Opposition – August 15, 2021,
The strategic Canadian voter in this election might see now as the time to pull the plug on Justin Trudeau. Of course, I can’t predict what the future holds, but I suspect Erin O’Toole wins a minority government, which based on the circumstances would help the NDP, The Bloc Quebecois, and the Green Party greatly as they’d never have the ability to wrestle the majority vote away from the Liberals.
The Liberals federally have no replacement for Justin Trudeau, I think people forget Justin Trudeau revived the Liberal Party, the NDP was at one point going to replace the Liberals, it’s unlikely the Liberals would be in power now, had it not been for the “Trudeau” brand.
However, what the “Trudeau” brand represents for most Canadians are the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. To this very day, I know some Conservatives who are thankful for what Pierre Trudeau did. There is a disconnect between Justin Trudeau and his father, Justin Trudeau doesn’t appear to comprehend that vote-buying makes you look weaker, not stronger.
Because Justin Trudeau and his cabinet can come across as totalitarians, he might create an atmosphere in which voter turnout might work against him. Some people who don’t know or care about Erin O’Toole might vote for him just to send the Liberals a message.
If you believe the election results in the United States where Joe Biden beat Donald Trump primarily because of the large voter turnout, what you’d come away with is that Donald Trump angered so many people that, Americans came out in record numbers just to see him fail.
This election call by Justin Trudeau is a form of arrogance, plain and simple, both the NDP and the Bloc Quebecois in many ways worked with Justin Trudeau almost supporting everything he’s done, this election call is indeed a slap in the face to them and their loyal supporters.
From a strategic standpoint, the NDP, The Greens, and The Bloc could now find themselves in a position to send Justin Trudeau into retirement, because if Trudeau’s calculation is wrong, the NDP especially has a chance to win a future election.
This election might be Jagmeet Singh’s last chance
Lastly, if Jagmeet Singh doesn’t perform well during this election, his political career might be over. One thing I know for sure is that Erin O’Toole doesn’t win a majority government, he likely wins a minority government and if Erin O’Toole is able to repeat what Andrew Scheer did the last go around, which is what I expect, and if Jagmeet Singh does the numbers he’s supposed to do, the days of Justin Trudeau are over.
I don’t see any reason for Quebec to abandon The Bloc Québécois when Justin Trudeau has basically promised open borders which doesn’t help Quebec at all and it’s not like Erin O’Toole has promised to cut back on Welfare?
If all Erin O’Toole says is he won’t attempt to change the charter of rights, freedom-loving Left-wingers might even vote for him. Erin O’Toole is pro-carbon tax he’s basically everything Trudeau except he’s going to have to beg for Canadians acceptance, which means a lot of stagnation in Ottawa which benefits Canadians because there won’t be much change.
As soon as Erin O’Toole wins there’s going to be a coalition formed against him, that’s what’s going to happen and this benefits everyone except for Justin Trudeau, so from a strategic standpoint, from my perspective, Erin O’Toole wins a minority government, which sounds strange to most people right now, and might come as a shock to others, but that’s how I see this thing playing itself out.
I don’t see Maxime Bernier being a threat to Conservative votes, I think Maxime Bernier is carving out his own niche and will be more of a threat after the Conservative Minority government is formed and Justin Trudeau is no longer a politician or a threat. The coming election is one for strategic voters, Justin Trudeau is making an authoritarian push and I see Canadians coming out in droves to send Justin Trudeau a very clear message.
Erin O’Toole by the way would be someone who caters to Canadian veterans, there’s a lot of subtleties about Erin O’Toole that if promoted correctly by the Conservative political machine, will make skeptics of Trudeau vote for Erin O’Toole. I personally don’t think this election call was a smart move by Justin Trudeau, it comes across as arrogant and I don’t think Justin Trudeau remembers that he lost the popular vote in the last election, furthermore, the NDP was broke during the last election and Annamie Paul wasn’t a threat to any Liberal controlled riding.
All of that has changed now, a coalition government gives the NDP, The Bloc, and the Greens more power than they have now with Justin Trudeau as the leader of the country. Justin Trudeau hasn’t made any new friends, during his period as Prime Minister, I called the election for Justin Trudeau in the last election and the only thing I got wrong was The Green Party as I thought they’d get more seats.
Jagmeet Singh has a strong showing in the South Asian community, which is Canada’s largest minority group, I even know Conservative-minded south Asians who would like to see one of their own as leader of Canada. Well if Jagmeet Singh is the reason Justin Trudeau loses the 2021 election, Jagmeet Singhs’ political career skyrockets. Furthermore, even if Jagmeet Singh never becomes Prime minister, he serves as a symbol of hope that a South Asian can one day be Prime Minister of Canada.
Kamala Harris is the first South Asian to become vice President of the United States and she could very well become President of the United States if Joe Biden steps down. So again a lot of factors are at play in this coming election and I have Erin O’Toole Winning The 2021 Election
By the way, my prediction doesn’t include the potential of voter fraud. My prediction is based on a clean election. I will be voting for the People’s Party of Canada, Tim Moen recently stated that he will step down as the leader of the Libertarian Party of Canada, and as of the date of this publication, I have no updates on the future of the Party.
Interesting times ahead!