Top 100 #TeamTrudeau fails
There are 100 days to Election 2019. We are counting down the days, marking each with a FAIL by the Trudeau government.
Instead of a transparent government, the Trudeau government has seen a string of scandals. Check back each day to see how Justin Trudeau and his government have made life more expensive and broken promises to Canadians.
There are 100 Days, and 100 Fails by Team Trudeau.
The ethics commissioner found top Trudeau minister Dominic LeBlanc guilty of breaking conflict of interest rules for awarding a lucrative Arctic surf clam licence to a family-linked company.
Amidst heightening diplomatic tensions, Trudeau confused Japan with China, insulting the visiting Japanese Prime Minister.
Justin Trudeau yelled at and berated then-Liberal MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes, all while touting his “feminist” principles. Celina later resigned as a Liberal over his hostility.
Trudeau turned a convicted terrorist into a multi-millionaire with a $10.5 million payout — with your taxpayer dollars.
Justin Trudeau’s Carbon Tax will drive up the price of gas by an extra 31 cents/litre.
Justin Trudeau cut the Public Transit Tax Credit in 2017, making life more expensive for 1.8 million Canadians.
Justin Trudeau’s failure to address housing concerns across Canada has made it harder for middle-class Canadians to comfortably start a family of their own.
It was only after Conservatives drew attention to their plan to tax employee benefits that the Liberals walked it back.Once again, Justin Trudeau said he would help the middle class, but clearly, he is not as advertised. (Oct. 2017)
Trudeau will do anything to raise your taxes and line his government coffers.In July 2018, we learned he had a plan to tax your health and dental benefits. His new taxes would have hurt middle class Canadians. He said he would be different, clearly he is #NotAsAdvertised.
Justin Trudeau said he would help the middle class. Instead, he raised taxes on more than 80% of middle-income families. Today, middle-class Canadians pay $800 more in taxes every year thanks to Trudeau.
Life isn’t easy when Justin Trudeau raises taxes on the middle-class.Almost half of Canadians say that they’re $200 away from not being able to pay their bills at the end of the month. (Ipsos, Feb.2016)
Justin Trudeau said he would devote helicopters, aircraft, and hundreds of troops to peacekeeping. Instead, in Feb. 2018, it was reported the number of Canadians on UN missions reached a new low.
In June 2017, when the country was getting ready to celebrate Canada’s 150th, the Trudeau Liberals were widely criticized for sidelining the critical role of our military heroes.
Oops! In Nov. 2017, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna sent a Tweet praising Syria for joining the Paris Climate Accord – a couple days later, she blamed her staff for the post.
In August 2018, Liberal MP Iqra Khalid had to apologize for giving award to an alleged antisemite. There is no place in our society for racist, antisemitic, or hateful behaviour.
In June 2018, Liberal MP Robert Nault disrespected all Canadians – and our farmers, hunters and sport shooters especially – who legally own firearms, saying that there are "a lot of mental issues with people who have firearms."
It took Trudeau two weeks to fire his Ambassador to China after he interfered in the case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in January this year. Trudeau did nothing and allowed more and more damage to be done by his irresponsible Ambassador.
Justin Trudeau kicked Liberal MP Wayne Long off two parliamentary committees for standing up for small businesses as Trudeau pushed ahead with changes that would hurt small business owners and their companies.
On March 26, 2019, Liberal Finance Minister Bill Morneau called Conservative Deputy Leader Lisa Raitt a “Neanderthal”. When it comes to feminism, Justin Trudeau and his cabinet are clearly #NotAsAdvertised.
Talk about arrogant. At a Liberal fundraiser in March 2019, Justin Trudeau mocked protestors who called for their Prime Minister to pay attention to mercury poisoning in Grassy Narrows.
It’s Justin Trudeau’s world and we’re just living it. He has no problem telling Canadians how to live their lives – but he can do whatever he wants. In June 2019, when asked a simple question about how his family cuts back on plastics, he could barely find the words…
It’s been 150 days today since Justin Trudeau threatened Andrew Scheer with a lawsuit for telling the truth. Trudeau backed down when his bluff was called.
Once again, Trudeau fails to deal with allegations of sexual harassment and abuse within his Liberal party. Liberal MP Kent Hehr was accused of sexual assault and Justin Trudeau allowed him to stay in the Liberal caucus in June 2018.
In late June, the Liberals passed a bill that reduced the sentences for gang activity, impaired driving causing bodily harm, and even using the date rape drug, to as little as a fine.
In November 2018, the Trudeau Liberals secretly forced banks and other financial institutions to release Canadians’ personal financial information without consent. Minister Bains ran Trudeau’s controversial data harvesting program at the expense of Canadians.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are failing to protect our waterways from pollution. In one of her first acts as Environment Minister in 2015, Catherine McKenna allowed the City of Montreal to dump 8 billion litres of raw sewage into the St. Lawrence River.
In March 2019 - after news of his SNC-Lavalin corruption scandal broke – Justin Trudeau fired a cheap shot, attempting to show that he long questioned Jody Wilson-Raybould’s judgement. His office tried to smear @Puglaas over her pick for a Supreme Court vacancy.
In May 2016, Justin Trudeau put forward a motion to shut down opposition parties that were working in Parliament to hold his government to account. Justin Trudeau promised to do politics differently, but clearly he is not as advertised.
In June 2019, Canadians learned that dangerous criminals - including drug dealers and murderers - were allowed to walk away without charges because the Trudeau government did not appoint enough judges to fill vacancies.
In February 2019, we learned that there was a backlog of 11,745 asylum-seekers living in Canada without their proper security screenings - of whom many came across the border illegally.