September 21, 2015

Why the Media Party didn't share Justin's cringeworthy CTV interview

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Commentator

The Liberal crazy train went off the rails in Halifax and it was hard to watch.

Justin Trudeau had a catastrophic interview with CTV Atlantic Sunday night. None of the mainstream media want to mention it because it was bad. Really bad.

But we, at the Rebel, will.

Justin lost complete control of his talking points after some gentle pushback from the interviewer, Steve Murphy.

And then it was all downhill from there. He forgot if he had promised to balance a budget or run a deficit. He doesn’t have to give Canadians answers about his fiscal plan. He doesn’t tabulate things. He doesn’t use calculators. He has people who do that for him.


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commented 2015-09-28 16:23:24 -0400
This guy (trust-fund boy) is not READY!! Trudeau has Chretien and Martin talking for him also! That showns you how UN-READY this want-a-be is. Does PM Harper have other people speaking for him? PM Harper stands on his own two feet. All Trudeau’s memorizing of the facts put a blockage on his WEE BRAIN! It has caught up to him. NOT READY! A seasoned politician would be speaking from the heart and from his experience. Trudeau has all his facts memorized and his wee brain got BLOCKED. I really doubt if Trudeau even understands what he is really saying!!! What he is saying is all memorized! Trudeau does not speak from experience because he has NO experience except drama teacher.
commented 2015-09-25 21:15:54 -0400
The media has got to see what we see! How is it possible for them to go to work every day and knowingly mislead the Canadian people, by selectively ignoring what Trudeau or even Mulcair say. Do they have no morals or honesty left?
commented 2015-09-25 20:19:30 -0400
The Crazy Train reference was cute, but if you want to appeal to pop culture, you can’t afford to be sloppy. Ozzy Osbourne recorded crazy train. AC/DC are the go-to guys for Dirty Deeds.
commented 2015-09-25 20:09:57 -0400
Thank God he has a PLAN, lol !
commented 2015-09-25 18:40:27 -0400
Dear lord please don’t let this buffoon of a fluff piece get anywhere close to being our prime minister.
commented 2015-09-24 16:48:19 -0400
John Allen wrote “I actually can’t believe that anyone would consider voting for the Liberal party in a Federal election.”

I agree, but …

Its not just about Justin in this election, its about the Trudeau surname and the backroom guard. The old die-hard fan club members from the Big Red Tent days that still believe that Liberals are the rightful rulers of Canada will definitely vote for this boy because of his last name. The backroom guard went as far as dusting off Chretien for photo-ops with the boy thinking it would help their odds, at least with the old fan club members. Justin is not the one to fear, it is his puppeteers everyone should fear.
commented 2015-09-24 09:19:41 -0400
If any Conservative candidate had given an interview like this it would be part of every MSM news broadcast between now and the election but fortunately for Justin Jr. I suspect that the MSM will hide this display of his incompetence.
commented 2015-09-24 07:52:42 -0400
One can only be disgusted by these interactions. Aside from that, I consider Trudeau to be a big mistake for Canada. I actually can’t believe that anyone would consider voting for the Liberal party in a Federal election. Surely they must acknowledge what they’re doing to Ontario, why would they want them to screw up the whole country. Unfortunately voters today don’t vote for the best candidate, they just have to vote for the party that will do the “least damage”. A sad state of affairs indeed.
commented 2015-09-23 17:36:46 -0400
Trump vs. Trudeau…I’d rather vote for a guy with no hair on his head than a guy with no BRAINS in his head!
commented 2015-09-23 00:35:12 -0400
The Party did share the CTV interview with stories like this. They cannot be expected to cover every single aspect of the election. That would be impossible.
commented 2015-09-22 19:44:18 -0400
BRINKMAN; Stop plugging your stupid video’s on these pages. Do you think any of, the true Rebels, would really want to watch them?

I have just read an article on David Cameron, the Conservative PM of the UK. It seems that, while attending a University Graduation Dinner, Mr. Cameron, a little inebriated, got up and stuck his penis into the mouth of a pigs head, that was on the dinning table. I rather think that you, Brinkman, would have used the other end of the pig.
commented 2015-09-22 13:52:06 -0400
No one can appreciate a good head-banger reference more than myself but…
Crazy Train is an OZZY song, Rock & Roll Train is by AC/DC. Come on! ;)
Oh yeah – JT is a moron, a puppet, a trust fund baby and a substitute drama teacher. What else needs to be said really?
commented 2015-09-22 12:26:17 -0400
So help me, I believe he hust Ad-Libs with sound aand words’ to make people think he knows’ what he is talking about!
Sheila is right – when he is finished talking and should he get into a corner where he has to put action behind his words he will look for someone else to try and fix the corner he has painted himself and Canada into!
For our own good let us not vote in this painter as Prime Minister!
Mulcair is no better, I don’t believe Canada will be happier under his Socialism either as he has I believe even less compassion for Canadians’ free spirit than Trudeau!
commented 2015-09-22 10:38:22 -0400
Even with the constant bashing the main stream media is doing to the Conservative Party, and PM Stephen Harper in particular, the CPC is at 30.5% ahead of the other two, NDP 29.8%, Liberals 29.6%. (Sept 21 from

And since the Conservative historically do better on voting day, we could be looking at a Conservative minority at least.
commented 2015-09-22 10:21:18 -0400
Oh yes, Richard (Doug) Brinkman, you are perfect and theRebel is the worst! YAWN!! Don’t sprain your arm patting yourself on the back.

I find it difficult to understand how you can use the good people of theRebel to promote your business while at the same time cutting them down at every turn. That is just like a socialists, grab what’s freely given to you and then bite the hands that fed you. Typical me, me, me self entitlement attitude.
commented 2015-09-22 09:59:57 -0400
Thanks, Zee. I knew I was missing one, but couldn’t remember what/who.

The point is, these LPC backroom string-pullers have demonstrated concretely (once is a fluke, twice is a coincidence, thrice is a pattern) that puppets don’t make good leaders. The figurehead needs to be discarded in favor of a proper leader. Why can they not learn this lesson? (I’ve heard/read reports in times past that there’s a deep rift in the LPC over who should “rule”, and that nobody can agree. That seems to be playing out well…)
commented 2015-09-22 08:26:16 -0400
Trudope – in dire need of a diaper change – this kid stinks.

I would not let him have the financials to our farm – I am certain he would find a way to tell me that the diesel fuel bill will get paid for on its own.
commented 2015-09-22 01:14:34 -0400
No surprise that the Conservatives are leading in the polls right now—almost a full percentage point ahead of the Liberals.
commented 2015-09-22 01:11:30 -0400
Prince Knight…
You left out the “Mr. Burns” look alike Michael Ignatieff,
who’s coronation as leader was before the turdster… (2008-2011)
turdo jr. is the 3rd coronation by the liebrals,
with dion being the first attempt at bamboozling the populace.
Oh and BTW, dickey b, dougie b…
you both pollute these threads to the point of nausea.
I am bewildered why people even bother with you twits.

Just saying…
commented 2015-09-22 00:26:35 -0400
My only question is: Who is the Liberal Party of Canada backroom controlling “leadership” going to pick for a figurehead after this election? Junior has completely marginalized himself, and before him Dion was another walking disaster. Can the LPC string-pullers not get that they don’t have clue one? Let the LPC party membership choose their own leader! (You can’t do worse…)
commented 2015-09-22 00:24:10 -0400
Not for many decades have the party platforms (or lack thereof) been readily obvious. The voters have an educated choice this time ‘round. No more obfuscation. We have the NDP (spend spend spend, tax tax tax), the Liberals (we don’t have clue one) and the Conservatives (bolster the economy, help families, cut taxes). The Green and the Bloc don’t count this time around (the Greens are completely spaced, and Quebec has pretty much turfed the Bloc and its provincial counterpart, the Parti Quebecois). Pretty obvious choices.

Now, what will the voting populace choose?
commented 2015-09-22 00:04:09 -0400
Well Alex, historically the Conservatives have done better on election day than in the polls. I hop that holds true and the Conservatives take another majority. We will know for sure four weeks from today.
commented 2015-09-21 23:44:02 -0400
The poster boy for Brain Cell research. Justin wants Elizabeth May in Future debates. DUH.
Now we have the drunk following the brain dead.
I want Wayne Gretzky in future debates.
commented 2015-09-21 23:37:49 -0400
Peter, In England’s last election. The polls were neck and neck till the last day. Only to see a landslide majority for the Conservatives. I believe that we have been force fed “Coronation Street” since the beginning of time thanks to the CBC. Because of this, I am assuming our election results will go the way of England’s also.
commented 2015-09-21 23:09:25 -0400
Alex, I don’t like counting on a split on the left either, but if the last election results are accurate, then the left is about 60.38% since the Conservative got 39.62% which means that the left must split that 60.38%.
commented 2015-09-21 22:24:02 -0400
Peter Netterville,
I don’t like counting on the split. PMSH should have a majority hands down. Now that we are focusing on the economy. Our Prime Minister will get to Majority levels. I agree with you, Mulcair scares me. Trudeau is lost in space. Could you believe that interview? Where is the CBC on this.
SHEILA GUNN REID. You are awesome
commented 2015-09-21 22:04:22 -0400
Trudeau is a blithering idiot and the fact he has people willing to vote for him should amply demonstrate the idiocy of the general population. Voting rights need to be earned or the idiotic minority will eventually outbreed the intelligent majority. Too politically correct to admit that? Guess you’ll vote for Trudeau.
commented 2015-09-21 21:50:32 -0400
It is blatantly obvious why the media party hid this interview. Trudoo will never be ready to run a country. Again the Liberals are trying to run a popularity contest with no substance. I would be embarrassed to admit that I was a Liberal with Trudoo at the helm.
Canadians need to wake up and realize the left has no substance. Canada is going to be in a world of hurt if the left gains power. I was never afraid of the left gaining power in the past, I am this time, although Chretien was a crook, he at least had a brain. The left is increasingly moving to the far left and nothing ever good comes from extreme socialism. The left keeps talking job creation, with increased taxation. Substance 0. Ridiculousness 100.
commented 2015-09-21 21:04:36 -0400
Trudeau is making himself a non-player in this election. This is a problem because then the majority of the Liberal vote will go towards the NDP, and that we do not want. There must be a balance of left votes between the NDP and Liberals.

As surprising as this might be, Mulcair would be even worse as PM than Truedope. I know, that’s hard to imagine, but it is true.