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Imagine you're living in a country where the ruling Party is fighting desperately to prevent MP's from forming a committee to investigate government corruption…
— Zero-Fox (@SChad71593015) October 21, 2020
Did you see this?? pic.twitter.com/jra4oz6H2q
— Natasha. That’s the tweet. (@Natluvscamping) October 21, 2020
Trudeau: “Stop asking WE scandal questions or I’ll call an election.” pic.twitter.com/gG6QedlWn3
— pierrepoilievre (@PierrePoilievre) October 20, 2020
Having looked at the polls, @JustinTrudeau clearly thinks he can make up a reason to force an election get a majority.
That's a big part of the reason for his hubris and push for a vote. Oh, and he wants to hide the truth.
Read & RT #cdnpoli #WEscandal https://t.co/1aA8Ecv9wz
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) October 21, 2020
— Michael Barrett (@MikeBarrettON) October 21, 2020
Justin Trudeau will do anything to coverup his corruption. First, proroguing Parliament. Then, filibustering Committees. Now threatening an election.
— Michael Cooper, MP (@Cooper4SAE) October 21, 2020
“The Liberals say they are prepared to send Canadians to the polls to stop a Conservative attempt to put the government’s ethical controversies under further scrutiny…”
That’s quite a campaign message. https://t.co/MVpB0tpYSU
— Andrew Coyne (@acoyne) October 21, 2020
The Conservative Party has to choose; fish or cut bait. They either have confidence in this government or not. It's not about accountability. Gov offered Parliament an ability to study contracts/spending/redaction. Instead, they're choosing paralyzing tactics that over-reach!
— Omar Alghabra (@OmarAlghabra) October 20, 2020
Singh says his goal is never to plunge into a pandemic election, it's to help people. Still not clear whether the NDP will support the motion.
— Alex Ballingall (@aballinga) October 20, 2020
Question for the Prime Minister. How do you define a white male interfering with a First Nations attorney general doing her sworn duty, then firing her as a.g. and ultimately dismissing Jody Wilson-Raybould from LPC caucus? Is that systemic racism @JustinTrudeau? Just asking.
— The Roy Green Show (@TheRoyGreenShow) October 20, 2020
BREAKING: Trudeau's press secretary charged by ethics commissioner.https://t.co/oikKyV1L67
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 20, 2020
I know there a lot of idiots in Canada, but the fact that trending at 4 am is the following image, I can't even type it to me means that Canada is in serious trouble, I know voting is a personal thing but come on Canada how much does one man have to do before you see the truth pic.twitter.com/HsPSgm9soP
— President-Elect The Guy 🇨🇦 🇺🇸 #TakeBackCanada (@GuyLem3) October 21, 2020
#IStandWithTrudeau has never been a positive hashtag afaik. It's always a defensive one… usually in correlation to something he did wrong. Doesn't make me want to vote for the guy. #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/Nv1rLPfcxR
— T🍊ri (@RodneyTori) October 21, 2020
"With debt crossing the 1 trillion-dollar mark, every one percentage point rise in the effective interest rate adds more than $10 billion per annum to the deficit."
— Aaron Wudrick 🇨🇦 (@awudrick) October 20, 2020
Internal gov’t audit finds 2/3 of randomly-selected projects approved by Minister @cathmckenna’s department @INFC_eng lacked mandatory checklists for “due diligence”. Reviewers cited serious “control failures”. https://t.co/rkmYHrE8W8 #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/iP9cJVLw4j
— Holly Doan (@hollyanndoan) October 21, 2020
I have no doubt that the decisions @fordnation makes, backed up by Dr. Williams, weigh heavy on him. That said, they aren't feeling the economic pain of their decisions and that is a problem. Read & RT #onpoli https://t.co/05pDwZoRup
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) October 21, 2020
The @fordnation Bill 213 – Better for People, Smarter for Business Act – part of their #COVID19 plan to support Ontarians and small businesses – will stop married couples🤵👰🤵🤵👰👰 from taking the others last name or hyphenating their last names.https://t.co/e2SohtVvEJ
— Stephen Blais (@StephenBlais) October 20, 2020
Pleased to see that Ottawa finally approved the NGTL expansion. This $2.3 billion expansion is great news for Alberta and will create thousands of jobs. We will work with @TCEnergy to ensure the project’s success.
— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) October 20, 2020
Removing Sir John A. Macdonald isn’t ‘cancel culture’ – it’s a sign of a cultural renaissance https://t.co/R6is7lWzxN
— Globe Opinion (@GlobeDebate) October 20, 2020
Here's a better version: pic.twitter.com/CLb8RBM6on
— Christine Massey (@Christi45657364) October 19, 2020