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.
Instead of helping students access post-secondary education, Justin Trudeau made life more expensive for students by cancelling the textbook tax credit.
Instead of helping Canadian families afford a new home, Justin Trudeau’s top housing advisor Adam Vaughan has proposed a 50% home sales tax. With the Trudeau/NDP coalition, this proposal will be back on the table.
On Sept. 18, Canadians were shocked by news that Justin Trudeau had worn blackface twice. Over the next 12 hours, a third instance surfaced in a video.
A few days later, he said he couldn’t even remember how often he wore blackface.
More hypocrisy and poor judgment from a Prime Minister who has lost the moral authority to govern.
On this trip, Justin Trudeau invited a convicted terrorist to a state dinner, damaged relations with a key trading partner, and humiliated himself and Canadians on the world stage.
Justin Trudeau blocked Liberal MP Eva Nassif from running under the Liberal banner. The reason? She refused to praise him as a feminist on social media after Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott were expelled from caucus.
Justin Trudeau was the first Prime Minister in Canada’s history to break ethics laws and he’s done it several times.
Justin Trudeau is cutting health care funding for the people who have sacrificed the most. He is #NotAsAdvertised.
Former Liberal star candidate in Quebec, Hassan Guillet, was caught making antisemitic comments. When the Liberals found out, instead of booting him right away, they tried to keep it quiet and worked on a PR strategy to try to keep him on.
On September 11, the Globe and Mail reported that Justin Trudeau blocked the RCMP from fully investigating the SNC-Lavalin corruption scandal. Once again, he is using the power of his office in this cover-up. Trudeau is #NotAsAdvertised.
Then Minister of Persons with Disabilities, Kent Hehr, belitted and insulted Thalidomide survivors, saying “Everyone in Canada has a sob story. Lots of people have it bad in Canada: disabled people, poor people, not just you." He's running for re-election on #TeamTrudeau today.
During heightened tensions with China, Trudeau’s hand-picked ambassador sided with Beijing over the extradition of a Huawei executive. Trudeau eventually fired him, but took months to find a replacement.
After murdering an off-duty police officer, Trudeau's Veterans Affairs department paid for a man's benefits — even though he never served in the military.
Over the summer, Justin Trudeau’s Minister of Small Business Mary Ng visited China. Instead of advocating for the release of the two Canadians being held illegally there, she decided it would be fitting to do a photo-op in an ice cream shop instead.
Liberal logic: Friends and family in high places qualify you to be a judge. In Justin Trudeau’s Canada, only the privileged and politically connected get ahead.
The Liberals invited high-ranking Department of National Defence and Canadian Forces members to the ceremony, but Justin Trudeau decided families of the fallen soldiers — those who made the ultimate sacrifice — didn’t deserve to be there.
Justin Trudeau angered world leaders when he didn’t even bother to show up to the final Trans-Pacific Partnership trade meeting.
“The flame now seems like a candle on a cake at a party Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would rather not attend.” – Financial Post, May 9, 2018
An insult to law-abiding, hard-working immigrants who moved here for a better life and helped create the Canada we know today.
After being appointed Minister of Veterans Affairs, Seamus O’Regan said that leaving journalism was “a shock to his system” and allows him to understand how members of the Canadian military feel when they return to the civilian world.
Canadians already know that Justin Trudeau backed down to Donald Trump on NAFTA. His team put on a show to convince you otherwise. Like so many other issues, Trudeau is #NotAsAdvertised.
Vice-Admiral Mark Norman stood up for Canada’s military and fought for equipment that gave them the tools to do their job. His thanks from Justin Trudeau? Character assassination, getting dragged through the mud, and two years of heartache for him and his family.
Justin Trudeau has failed to hold returning ISIS fighters to account. His idea of punishment? “Re-integration classes.”
Local businesses support communities across the country. Justin Trudeau called their owners “tax cheats” and raised their taxes.
Justin Trudeau’s heartless approach leaves 80% of middle-class Canadians with higher taxes.
Trudeau was found guilty of breaking ethics laws for pressuring the Attorney General into stopping the criminal prosecution of SNC-Lavalin on corruption charges.
Trudeau gushed about communist dictator Fidel Castro, claiming that Fidel had “tremendous dedication and love” for Cuba and that the death of the “legendary revolutionary” brought him “deep sorrow”.
Justin Trudeau kicked Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott out of the Liberal caucus — without a vote from caucus members.
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.