Canada’s woman of the hour — and future!

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is skating on thin ice.

Leadership in the balanceHis 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:

The actress
Candice Bergen, actress

This Candice Bergen:

Candice Bergen on the move
Candice Bergen, politician

HUMBLE BACKGROUND

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. 

FORMER PM
Stephen Harper

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:

WIKI BIO HERE


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Trudeau catches hell for ‘swastika’ slur against Jewish MP

UGLY SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

The prime minister was barraged with shouts and jeers on Wednesday when he accused a Jewish member of the opposition party of supporting “people who wave swastikas.”

Trudeau was referring to some of the Freedom Convoy truckers, who he also called racists and misogynists.

Conservative Member of Parliament Melissa Lantsman, the first Jewish woman elected to her party, lashed out at Trudeau, who was also admonished by the Speaker of the House for “inflammatory” language.

Trudeau slammed for swastika slur
Melissa Lantsman

TRUDEAU HAS LEFT THE BUILDING

Conservative MP Dane Lloyd lambasted Trudeau and demanded an apology.

“Mr. Speaker, I’ve never heard such shameful and dishonorable remarks coming from this prime minister,” said Lloyd. “There are members of this Conservative caucus who are the descendants of victims of the Holocaust.”

The slandered MP also asked Trudeau to apologize.

But while the MPs were demanding an apology from Trudeau, he slipped out of the House. The chamber was now filled with shouts of “He’s not here” and “He’s left the building.”

TRUDEAU ALSO BLASTED FOR INVOKING THE EMERGENCIES ACT

In an attempt to crush the Freedom Convoy protest Justin Trudeau became the first prime minister to invoke the Emergencies Act.

The measure gives police the right to impound trucks, revoke the truckers’ licenses and insurance, block crowdfunding support and freeze their bank accounts

The Emergencies Act replaced the War Measures Act, which Trudeau’s father, then-Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, used in 1970 when Quebec separatists kidnapped and killed Quebec cabinet minister Pierre Laporte.

Using the act to curb the trucker protest was condemned as an outrageous abuse of the prime minister’s power by the premiers of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec.

Trudeau dictator
Candice Bergen

The leader of the opposition Conservative Party Candice Bergen gave Trudea hell in Parliament for being a petty dictator.

And then the Speaker of the House, Anthony Rota, criticized and ridiculed the entire chamber for its unruly behavior. A regular free-for-all in the Canadian Parliament.


Opposition leader Candice Bergen on the move.


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