Justin Trudeau may talk a lot about ‘reconciliation,’ but his words are increasingly seen as empty.
The Liberal government has tried to sell themselves as the ‘leaders’ on ‘reconciliation’ with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.
Yet, a Maru/Blue survey shows that people aren’t buying it.
In fact, despite the endless efforts of the Liberals to demonize the Conservatives, it turns out that Andrew Scheer narrowly leads Justin Trudeau among Indigenous Canadians.
According to the survey, Indigenous Canadians pick Scheer as their top choice for PM, with 20% choosing the Conservative Leader.
Trudeau trails with 19%, followed by Jagmeet Singh at 14% and Elizabeth May at 10%.
Additionally, the Liberals trail the Conservatives and NDP among Indigenous Canadians.
The Conservatives and NDP are tied for the lead with 26%, while the Liberals trail with 24%.
This is a direct result of the yawning gap between Justin Trudeau’s rhetoric and his actions.
Trudeau crowed about having a strong Indigenous woman as Attorney General, then booted Jody Wilson-Raybould when she wouldn’t do the bidding of Trudeau’s corporate elite buddies.
He’s also appeared far more focused on helping non-citizens and illegal border crossers than he is with improving conditions for Indigenous People.
Trudeau may have had success in 2015 by piecing the right words together, but now that he has an actual record in office, more and more people don’t trust anything he says.
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