With minimal exposure to the general public, the Liberals will now cover 35% of journalists’ salaries in Canada.
by Brad Salzberg
November 22, 2023
With New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh serving as guarantor, Liberal PM Justin Trudeau is now in a mad race to cross the globalist finish line.
Both men understand the seriousness of the situation. If Canada’s political status quo remains in place for two more years, Trudeau’s reign as pseudo-dictator will come to an end via a Conservative Party victory.
What to do to circumvent implosion of the dynamic duo’s agenda of national transformation? The first move arrived in the form of a so-called “confidence and supply” agreement. In reality, an inversion of confidence serves as its impetus.
Trudeau’s backroom schemers don’t have the confidence to believe the Liberals can win a future election on their own. To circumvent their downfall, Jagmeet Singh signed on the dotted line– for a singular purpose.
To provide the Liberals with enough time to mount a comeback strategy. In CAP’s books, this is possibly the most dangerous plot yet in a bid to transform Canada into a neo-socialist nation state.
How will it be done? First, let’s take a quick look at Jagmeet Singh’s recent public commentary:
“Jagmeet Singh: Fall Economic Statement Shows Just How Out Of Touch Trudeau’s Liberals Are”
If you really believe this, why are you maintaining your Liberal government-preserving pact?
“Singh Says Liberal Government Not Acting With Enough Urgency On Housing”
If so, why are you working on behalf of the Liberal Party, when your role is to serve as a competitor to the Liberals?
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