May 17, 2016

CBC’s Neil Macdonald defends Sophie Trudeau: “Staying in hotels gets old really fast”

Rebel Staff
 

After the negative public reaction to Sophie Trudeau's plea for "help," the CBC's Neil Macdonald turned into her unlikely defender.


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commented 2016-05-18 08:20:44 -0400
You know what. with the economy in the state it is in and so many people unemployed all over Canada and In Ontario the Liberals are beating us to the ground, it is no wonder people are pissed about all the demands Sophie is pushing. If organizations value her speaking abilities that much let them pay for her airfare and her fancy hotel rooms. The little people like us can’t afford her.
commented 2016-05-17 21:04:13 -0400
Never mind the whining, I wasn’t even aware she worked. You can get paid for crashing events and singing horribly? Darn, I’m in the wrong line of work.
commented 2016-05-17 19:54:08 -0400
Neither she nor her hubby have ever held a real job, that teaches real skills, and has gained any real experience, in the real world.
‘No’ is not part of her and his vocabulary so she/he wants it all.
One of them is going to crash. I don’t think either of them is psychologically strong enough to see out the full four years without something happening.
commented 2016-05-17 18:58:25 -0400
The Communist Broadcasting Corp. defending the Trudopes for their extra billions in taxpayer funding. The alliance between the Liebranos and the CBC is beyond unholy. It borders on satanic….for those that believe!
commented 2016-05-17 15:23:47 -0400
If a Conservative Minister can be forced to resign for a $16 orange juice, can we get Sophie to divorce for a $250 in-flight meal?

Princess Hasnobrains is just a reflection of hubby Baby Trudeau, and sadly the Canadian people will be paying for the 30 billion deficits he creates for decades to come. Its essentially the “others will pay” attitude of a trust fund baby and his “I’m such a pretty girl I don’t have to think” wife.

Prince and Princess dreams, where money is of no consequence to them.
commented 2016-05-17 15:16:07 -0400
Well, perhaps not Evita Peron; she actually loved by all classes of Argentines.

Perhaps Marie Antoinette is a better fit? Sophie had better be careful and not…lose…her…head.
commented 2016-05-17 15:01:00 -0400
RANDALL JORUNDSON
Sophie spends the day collecting Smagma from herself and her female friends, so she can mix a few Bloody Mary’s for Justin when he comes home from the Orifice.
commented 2016-05-17 13:56:01 -0400
Two nannies, a chief and house keepers??? Just what does Sophie do if she’s not raising her own kids and sticking the bill on middle class Canadians? As far as I’m concerned Justine can pay for his own wife’s staff. Why should Canadians pay for an investment in her future while they steal every opportunity ordinary Canadians work for.
commented 2016-05-17 13:48:08 -0400
Removed for violating rule:Avoid excessive profanity.
commented 2016-05-17 13:47:00 -0400
Old Macdonald is still on the CBC payroll?
I heard he had bought a farm . . . and was lyin to the pigs now ! ! !
commented 2016-05-17 13:33:52 -0400
Neil MacDonald is one of the worst propagandists for the leftist elite. His Washington correspondence was so skewed in Obama’s favour, it’s almost amazing that even the CBCs editors didn’t scold him for it.
commented 2016-05-17 13:22:53 -0400
SELL THE CBC TO MUCH MONEY JUST FOR THE WEATHER.Other channels cover hockey now.
commented 2016-05-17 13:01:42 -0400
The CBC should start representing the millions of Canadians who have their income extorted to support them instead of slimy liberals who throw millions of taxpayer dollars at them in return for favorable press.
commented 2016-05-17 12:47:46 -0400
It seems to me that Trudeau justified paying for his 2 nannies with public money by saying the overall cost of their staff would stay the same as under Harper. This new request for more staff is a sneaky way of increasing their staffing budget. Sure, let her have staff. Pay for it with public money. But then they can bloody well pay for their own childcare, can’t they?