Scheer says Conservatives will keep speaking out on behalf of all Canadians.
With Stats Canada announcing that they are temporarily backing down on their outrage-provoking plan to take the private banking data of Canadians, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is taking credit.
The Conservatives made the data-theft plan into a national issue, and relentlessly ripped into the Trudeau Liberals.
While Trudeau originally defended the scheme, he and Stats Canada eventually backed down in the face of mounting public outrage.
As Scheer points out, it’s a repeated pattern with Justin Trudeau and the Liberals, who have to be “humiliated” and “embarrassed” into doing the right thing.
You can watch Scheer’s remarks below:
Justin Trudeau is backing down, for now, on his plan to collect the personal, private banking information of Canadians. Thank you to everyone who joined @CPC_HQ in the fight to protect the privacy of Canadians & to embarrass the Trudeau Liberals into doing the right thing, again. pic.twitter.com/Q4w2N2ju5B
— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) December 5, 2018
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