My 1st guest appearance with Sun News host Alex Pierson booked for tomorrow morning

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My regular Tuesday and Thursday segments with Sun News’ Alex Pierson on her Straight Talk program will be begin tomorrow morning at 7:30AM PST/10:30AM EST.

The topic will be the break-in at Liberal leader Justin Trudeau’s rented home in Ottawa and how the Media Party have reacted.

And guess what, I’ll be calling a couple of them out just like I do here. 

 

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22 Responses to “My 1st guest appearance with Sun News host Alex Pierson booked for tomorrow morning”

  1. 1957chev Says:

    Good Luck! We’ll be Cheering for You!

  2. Liz J Says:

    Sounds good, prime time doesn’t matter any more, thankfully we can tape it and make it our own prime time.

    My view is if Trudeau can’t take care of his own security by having an alarm system and locking doors how can he be responsible for the country? He wasn’t there but that’s even worse, for most women, especially with children, who are home alone, locking doors would be crucial. Even more crucial when in politics. One thing we know, it wouldn’t have been a Liberal!

    Anyway, the whole thing doesn’t add up, we may never hear another word about it.. we won’t start any rumours about it being a pot head looking for a fix.

    • Jen Says:

      This strange break in does not add up, ‘leaving a letter behind and walking out without a single item does *NOT* pass the smell test’.
      Dean, please delete my previous 1:03PM comment. thanks

      • ohboy Says:

        My opinion exactly…perhaps a contrivance to attract attention? … a little theater to titillate JT’s social media base of keyboard voters… a bit of, ‘what if ‘ … Man that was close !!
        Any way one slices or dices it, that’s headlines.

  3. Centurion Says:

    During the session you might want to mention the suggestion going about that security be provided for party leaders, even for such third-line parties as the Liberals. (See recent Maclean’s maundering on this point.)

    Another matter: Perceptions that the Trudeau family is like, well, royalty; Canada’s royal family.

    All politicians are away from home a lot, even those who inhabit Ottawa ridings.

    Police shouldn’t overlook the possibility that the break-in and “message” is the work of a wannabe candidate that was pushed off by the Liberal party leader.

  4. E Mac Says:

    Who knows where this one will go. Make sure you are well armed for the hardball questions to the biased msm, who believe (in their own minds) they know everything. I have absolutely no respect for them or they’re so called journalists who are less then ethical in most cases.
    SNN tells it like it is and the citizenship make up their own minds, dissect the facts and either accept or reject it, not like the others who attempt to shove it own peoples throats as having to accept their warped version of the news.
    You don’t need luck, you need smarts – of which you exhibit daily.
    Go for it!

  5. DW Says:

    I’ll only root for you if you accept my future comments!

    • BC Blue Says:

      There is an auto spam program built into WordPress which you can trigger by making too many comments at once, adding links etc…

  6. Bubba Brown Says:

    It all does sound strange, a “break in” where doors were not locked.
    Nothing stolen but wait, a “threatening note” last thing I do every single night is do a perimiter check.
    Doors locked, check. car/truck locked and alarms set?
    This smells like “look at Meeeee”

  7. Nicola Timmerman Says:

    Another advantage of having an alarm system is that if you leave one of your doors open even slightly you will soon know about it if you set the alarm before you go to bed (even a window depending on your system).

    Since Mulcair and Trudeau both supported Israel they should both have some protection since there are too many nut cases against Israel.

  8. E Mac Says:

    With every passing day, different theories appear and the plot thickens. The facts may never be clearly known, just what the person/s who invaded the Trudeau domicile were attempting to telegraph.
    Was it to reveal that they could get in? Was it actually a threat or dire warning?
    At this point who knows, perhaps new information may come to light, but the only thing obvious, is that the household was deliberately targeted letting them know they had or can be breached at any time.
    That is true for all dwellings, if someone wants in, it can be accomplished.

  9. Fay Says:

    I caught part of your interview on Sun news this morning. I was watching you thinking that guy looks familiar and then realized… OH yeah… BC Blue!! Good job!

  10. jen Says:

    What I don’t get is ‘why didn’t Mrs. Trudeau check the doors herself to make sure that all doors and windows are securely locked and bolted before retiring to bed.

  11. Beachdude Says:

    Nice job today, it would be great if Sun would mention media party members by name like you did today.

  12. jen Says:

    Justin Trudeau and His Friends at the Terror Mosque

  13. E Mac Says:

    Dean:
    Looked for replay of your segment on SNN as I missed it. Can anyone amplify or quote a source that I may see/hear it?
    Tks.


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