Jagmeet Singh wants to be a leader, yet he shows zero leadership skills by refusing to support a pipeline extension our country needs.
Even without a seat in Parliament, Jagmeet Singh has managed to totally fail a test of leadership.
As the B.C. NDP seek to unconstitutionally block the Trans Mountain Pipeline, Singh is refusing to step in and support Alberta’s correct position that the pipeline project must go forward.
According to CBC, here’s what Singh said when asked about it:
“Premier Notley is doing exactly what she promised to do. Premier Horgan is doing exactly what he promised to do.”
It gets worse:
“I haven’t spoken to either of them on this issue,” says Singh.
So, not only is Singh avoiding taking a position, he hasn’t even talked to either one of them.
What is he busy doing?
Making speeches about how “love and courage” will somehow fix every problem Canada has, when what he really means is “taxes and big government.”
In case you think I’m exaggerating, here’s over a minute of Singh talking without saying anything of substance whatsoever:
Jagmeet Singh addresses NDP convention: “It takes an act of love to realize we are all in this together…And it takes an act of courage to demand better, to dream bigger and build that better world we know is possible together.”
— CPAC (@CPAC_TV) February 17, 2018
Singh has shown zero leadership ability, from his refusal to clearly denounce extremism, his NDP inviting a supporter of anti-Semitic Louis Farrakhan to give a keynote speech at their convention, and his endless pandering to far-left social justice warrior-type thinking.
With Trudeau embracing globalism and betraying working class Canadians, the NDP had a big opportunity to stand up for Canadian workers. Instead, Jagmeet Singh is betraying those workers as well, embracing a far-left ideology that would do serious damage to our nation.
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