Trudeau announces carbon tax pause on home heating oil – Apparently The Climate Change ESG Fraud Can Wait For The Vote Buying Political Science – November 4, 2023
I have to remind the reader that Justin Trudeau lost the popular vote TWICE, which says a lot about his popularity. What Justin Trudeau has been good at is winning elections. Justin Trudeau lost the popular vote to Erin O’Toole a Conservatives candidate that didn’t even get a chance to introduce himself to Canadians.
So tis gives you a glimpse into how DISLIKED Justin Trudeau was in Canada when he won the elections. Canada is a left-leaning country, over 60% of the voting public in Canada votes for a left-leaning political party which fuels the Conservative Party of Canada to lean further to the Left side of the political spectrum.
With that said, Justin Trudeau could manage to bring the Left Wing political parties together to vote for him. You’ll often listen to Conservative voters when talking about the People’s Party of Canada, scream, “Don’t split the vote.” Well, vote splitting has worked well for the Left Wing Parties in Canada, Justin Trudeau hasn’t been able to capitalize because he’s very DIVISIVE.
Trudeau’s divisiveness has been the root cause of his failures, there are a lot of people in Canada, who imagine the Liberal Party of Canada as more NICE than the Conservatives, and it’s for this reason that the swing vote in Canada typically goes to the Liberals.
However, Justin Trudeau goes out of his way to offend people who don’t vote for him, and this is why I think he reacted IMPULSIVELY when he decided to put a carbon tax pause on home heating oil.
He’s clearly down in the polls, and his focus is, winning elections, I don’t think he imagines that his prior actions were DIVISIVE, and so he imagined that no matter what he did, the people would support him.
But, Trudeau is BANKRUPTING the country, people are poorer and if you’re losing money, however you imagine that the reason you’re losing money is to save the planet, you might agree with Trudeau, but when Trudeau puts a carbon tax pause on home heating oil, that shows he’s not serious.
Below is the Trudeau popularity tracker by Angus Reid; if the data does not show up below, you can click the link provided or search for “Trudeau popularity in Google”.
Interesting times ahead!