Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is skating on thin ice.
His popularity has tanked amidst the Freedom Convoy crisis and yesterday’s ‘swastika slur’ against a Jewish MP. Even though he was re-elected last year, he could be ousted on a ‘no confidence’ vote.
And Candice Bergen would be the next prime minister of Canada — a major step forward for freedom.
WHO IS CANDICE BERGEN?
Not this Candice Bergen:
This Candice Bergen:
Candice Bergen has risen from the humblest of backgrounds to become the most dynamic and influential woman in Canada.
She was born in the small town of Morden in southern Manitoba, the youngest of eight siblings. Her mother was a cleaning lady in a hospital and her father sold auto parts.
In 2004, she was the Manitoba campaign manager for Stephen Harper in his bid to become the leader of the Conservative Party.
She was elected to represent Manitoba’s Portage-Lisgar riding in the 2008 federal election in which Stephen Harper was re-elected Prime Minister.
Candice Bergen is 57 years old, anti abortion, and remains true to her roots as a rural politician who dislikes big government.
AND THIS SOUNDS LIKE A CAMPAIGN SPEECH TO ME:
Candice Bergen: “Now is the time to stand up for your constituents, to show real leadership, to help heal our divisions, to listen to those we disagree with, to not shut them down, to not tell them that they are irrelevant, to not speak insults to them” pic.twitter.com/9ZraNdj5JD
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) February 17, 2022
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