Trudeau & McKenna’s Climate Plan Lies In Ruins

Alberta’s exit is devastating blow to a plan that was based on manipulation and deception from the very beginning.

Justin Trudeau & Catherine McKenna sold their ‘climate plan’ based upon a very simple idea: Accept the carbon tax and excessive regulations, and in return Canada will get pipelines built.

Of course, we’ve seen how that worked out.

We got the carbon tax and the regulations, but we didn’t get the pipelines.

It was a bait-and-switch from the beginning, and the court ruling against the Trans Mountain expansion has made it impossible for anyone (even an NDP Premier in Alberta) to ignore the manipulation and deception.

So, the plan has come with ZERO benefits, and significant drawbacks, including the economically devastating carbon tax and regulations that strangle businesses, makes everything more expensive, and hurt Canadian consumers.

As a result, opposition to the plan has surged, and it now lies in ruins.

Consider the provinces pushing back against it: Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, PEI. More than half of Canadians live in a province that is pushing back against Trudeau & McKenna, and opposition is now spreading across the political spectrum.

With Rachel Notley openly admitting that the Trudeau climate plan has failed (though she’s not going all the way and removing the Alberta carbon tax), the Trudeau government has lost one of their top allies in selling the plan.

But you can only sell a plan based on lies for so long. At some point, the plan actually has to be implemented and meet reality, and once people saw what the Trudeau-McKenna climate plan was all about, it collapsed into ruins.

Spencer Fernando

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Ralph Knapp

This plan wasn’t even a house of cards. At best, it was a house of wet nose tissue. However, if anyone is shocked and surprised, they must be a die hard Trudeauite. Not to worry folks, stay tuned because there’s more to come.

Catandog
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Until Alberta says it’s out Notley’s comments are just virtue signalling for Alberta’s next election. And Until Quebec says it’s out Trudeau will just ignore and continue

GrandpaSpeaks
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GrandpaSpeaks

It is generally believed that you cannot satisfy everyone all of the time. So in order for anything to be accomplished there has to be a line drawn somewhere. It is this line that Trudeau has destroyed. I am having difficulty believing this is an error of naivety on Trudeau’s part. Canada is under attack. Behold and remember the true cost to freedom that a Liberal vote entails.

Steve
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Steve

“The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.”

—George Orwell

JD MacDonald
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JD MacDonald

When the NDP bails on your pie-in-the-sky climate plan…

You know someone’s even more desperate to get reelected than you are! 😀