“WE will now sell off its real estate assets — worth tens of millions of dollars…”
“Canadians shouldn’t be forced to pay the price for Mr. Trudeau’s scandals.”
“…a monument to Trudeau’s obliviousness, but also the arrogance of a progressive Canadian establishment”
Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth, folks
Trudeau: Us too.
A popular move.
Hollywood hardest hit?
“While Trudeau fiddled, the country burned.”
“Alberta court grants CN a 30-day injunction against protests…”
“…the weakest response to a national crisis in Canadian history.”
“…a season of penitence.”
The last laugh is on …
“The truth is it’s a coin toss right now.”
“When the mighty fall, they fall hard.”
“We won. They lost.”
“That’s not for me, as a man, to say.”
“He (Trudeau) is of course obviously not doing enough…”
“…Nassif was pushed out without any reason given.”
The election is four weeks away.
“Thoughts and prayers aren’t going to cut it.”
“Why didn’t you tell people sooner?”
“That becomes much harder to explain.”
Time magazine was sent a school yearbook which contains a photo of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dressed in “brownface.” Time …
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
“…he and his partisans should be thoroughly punished and defeated by the voters”
Not quite so popular
“You [either] want to work in a team or you don’t.”
By American standards, he’s got a point
“We considered she was still open to hearing different arguments…”
“There can be a cost to acting on one’s principles, but there is a bigger cost to abandoning them”
And now, corruption news from north of the border
“…there is no solution here that doesn’t involve some interference.”
Next up: asking Pelosi permission.
“I own that, that was my mistake, those were my words.”
The worm is turning
Democratic socialists are not amused.
That’ll go over well.
Keep on plucking that chicken, Prime Minister
First shelter dog to live in the White House.
“…it’ll take 18-24 months to get all those jobs back.”
Monster and heroes.