CP reporter prints Trudeau lie about not saying different things depending where he is in Canada

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Inexplicably CP reporter Lauren Krugel regurgitated this flat-out lie from Liberal leader Justin Trudeau:

Trudeau said he delivers the same message in downtown Toronto as he does in downtown Calgary. (see here)

Trudeau has a track record of saying one thing in one part of the country depending who he is pandering to:

“Canada isn’t doing well right now because it’s Albertans who control our community and socio-democratic agenda. It doesn’t work”

Lagace then asked Trudeau if he thought Canada was “better served when there are more Quebecers in charge than Albertans?”

Trudeau replied: “I’m a Liberal, so of course I think so, yes. Certainly when we look at the great prime ministers of the 20th century, those that really stood the test of time, they were MPs from Quebec… This country – Canada – it belongs to us.” (see here)

And on Senate reform:

“We have 24 senators from Quebec and there are just six from Alberta and British Columbia. It’s to our advantage” (see here)

And during the recent byelection in downtown Toronto:

But when Vaughan was asked Saturday by Sun News Network’s Marissa Semkiw which pipeline he supported, Vaughan danced around the issue, even though Trudeau was at his side, visibly nodding that Vaughan should voice his support for the Energy East route.

In fact, Adam Vaughan, the former Toronto city councillor running for the Liberals in the riding of Trinity Spadina, said earleir this week that each federal party leader, like Trudeau, is embarrassed to support any pipeline – be it Keystone, Energy East, or Northern Gateway.

In fact, Trudeau supports two of those pipelines: The Keystone XL pipeline that will take Alberta crude to the U.S. Gulf of Mexico coast and Energy East which will move Alberta oil to Canada’s east coast ocean ports.

But when Vaughan was asked Saturday by Sun News Network’s Marissa Semkiw which pipeline he supported, Vaughan danced around the issue, even though Trudeau was at his side, visibly nodding that Vaughan should voice his support for the Energy East route.

Trudeau did not respond Saturday to reporters questions on Vaughan’s pipeline positions. (see here)

I’ve asked Krugel if she was unaware of these quotes etc from Trudeau or chose not to include them in her story and will get back to you if she responds.

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8 Responses to “CP reporter prints Trudeau lie about not saying different things depending where he is in Canada”

  1. Sean M Says:

    Well, this young media marxist has a job to do, and that job is to lie, omit facts and do everything else possible to get the medias candidate Justina inserted into the PMO, other than that, she’s just another clueless indoctrinated marxist fraud pretending to be a journalist. I look forward to the day when that imbecile Trudstupid comes out west to tell us all how “Quebecers are better than other Canadians”.

    • Liz J Says:

      Being from Ontario we’ve come to accept that lies and Liberals are synonymous, they’re a winning team. It worked for Rat McGuinty, Trudeau’s brains behind the curtain are using the same template. Trudeau himself has no clue, he’s going along for the ride the party put him on.

      Real reporters/journalists would be asking him the same tough questions across the country and comparing his answers. He is on video tape saying Quebecers are better than other Canadians and he has said that if Quebec chose to separate he’d support them. If this doesn’t scare the ROC of Canadian voters off there is no hope. If there’s one thing the country doesn’t need it’s a PM from Quebec with his attitude. He’s an incompetent at best and at worst he’d be dangerous to the country, where he and his brain trust/faceless cabal, would take us. We have a steady hand at the helm now, the very thought of him and his handlers/managers/ taking over is the scariest in memory.

      • WTF Says:

        McGuinty was at the opening of the Ontario Parliament and said ‘the majority liberal win was a vindication of his government’ or something to that effect and not one “journalist” called him on that!!

      • Sean M Says:

        I completely agree about Junior not having a clue and going along for the ride. Junior is simply a puppet dancing, prancing and somersaulting in front of the curtain, behind the curtain is where all the radical cockroaches and maggots hide and the media couldn’t care less about them. Junior is allowed to say the most outrageous things and is never challenged by his media comrades.

        • Sean M Says:

          I should also point out that Junior believes the will of Parliament and the duly elected Government agenda should take a backseat to Daddy’s undemocratic Charter and the unaccountable courts that “interpret” them, although not where Quebec language laws are concerned. Junior has stated that the Government should be guided by Daddys Charter, essentially saying Parliament is irrelevant in the face of the Trudeau Charter. Junior takes quite a contradictory stance when it comes to Quebecs bigoted language restrictions even though those restrictions fly in the face of Daddys Charter… very convenient when one is allowed to speak out of both sides of their mouth.

    • morri Says:

      trudeau is a first class *****. if Canadians vote for these mental midgets they deserve everything they get. their communist policies will finally destroy the country.

  2. Steve o Says:

    If I remember correctly his father was very good at it as well…Steve O

  3. Martin Says:

    There is a precedent from the last election but with the NDP. Jack Layton was saying one thing in English in Western Canada, while Mulcair said something different in French. The main media never bothered comparing their statements, which were quite irreconcilable. They also won’t bother with Jr’s statements.


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