November 30, 2018

“Trudeau knows nothing about finances”: Albertans protest Liberal minister in Edmonton

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

Federal Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi was greeted by a pro-pipeline rally in Edmonton early this morning.


Sohi, one of four Alberta Liberal MPs, was speaking at an early morning meeting of business leaders from the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce at the World Trade Centre downtown.

However, outside on the street the real business case was being made by attendees of a rally co-organized by Rally for Resources and Canada Action.

At its peak, some 150-200 people demonstrated in support of the Trans Mountain pipeline and against the Liberals’ pipeline killing Bill C-69.

I was one of the few reporters on the scene, as the event kicked off well before 8 am. The sun wasn’t even up yet but the folks on the street had a lot to say about how the Liberals have been mishandling the pipeline file and mistreating Alberta.

Watch my video to see the signs, hear the chants and hear what the people at the rally had to say.

Rally For Resources says they’ll continue to organize demonstrations whenever a Liberal cabinet minister shows up in Alberta.

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commented 2018-12-01 10:45:31 -0500
Ron Joseph-
My English was destroyed by twitter.
commented 2018-12-01 04:31:38 -0500
Canada is the piggy bank for the virtue signalling Baby Doc Trudeau and his cohorts. I can not believe how low the quality of the ministries and the ministers.

How would dumber than a rock Trudeau know about the value of a dollar? His life has been one trust fund cheque after another, on time and probably directly deposited into his account so that he doesn’t lose the cheque. Ever wonder why this 50 year old hasn’t been allowed to get his hands directly on the trust? Papa Doc knew better than to let him touch the principal.

Trudeau inherited his mother’s brains and Fidel’s looks and politics. Ergo, he has socialism and the value of other people’s efforts to pay for his dictatorial dreams while being an idiot. A very bad, if not dangerous, situation for us.
commented 2018-12-01 00:52:08 -0500
Thanks Karen, I usually don’t have 6 people happy with me, even if they are little round yellow people.
commented 2018-12-01 00:29:21 -0500
Ron Joseph-
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commented 2018-11-30 23:52:04 -0500
Federal Liberals have 4 Alberta Seats, 2 in Edmonton and 2 in Calgary.
When Trudeau screws Alberta, which is every day, why not protest in front of these 4 offices? The Cross-Canada coverage might encourage other unhappy areas like Quebec to protest.
commented 2018-11-30 22:40:10 -0500
Make Mohammad Trudeau a Drama Queen Again
commented 2018-11-30 21:43:58 -0500
Liza Rosie-
Give it time. Not enough intergration.
I know Calgarians too. The same people that voted Nenshi in. Twice.
No, the salt of God’s earth is in the rural parts of Alberta and frankly, all of Western Canada.
Never go wrong by going rural.
commented 2018-11-30 21:09:04 -0500
When Rex Murphy was in town he said that it was “time to play hardball”. These protests should just be the start.
commented 2018-11-30 21:05:54 -0500
Whatever the problems, they can all be traced back to the Trud.
commented 2018-11-30 21:02:14 -0500
The Parliamentary pigs know that they have the eastern vote locked up. Eastern Canada is the dog and we’re the tail. No wonder people feel that separation is the only solution. Canada has always had those in the Laurention bubble dominating the rest of the land. Maybe it’s time to push Canada back to the 1867 borders.
commented 2018-11-30 21:00:41 -0500
Sohi go back to driving a bus you dope, you are nothing but a babbling retard!!
commented 2018-11-30 20:52:34 -0500
Edmonton wasn’t ’God’s country’ enough for that liberal infested city to understand the concept I guess.
commented 2018-11-30 20:50:27 -0500
Right. Ask a Calgarian what they think of that comment. They will laugh in your face.
commented 2018-11-30 20:48:36 -0500
Sheila good to see Canadians in the streets. We need more of it and I expect there will be more of it.
commented 2018-11-30 20:47:29 -0500
Liza Rosie-
You’re talking to a former Liberal from Luberal heartland. I know my countrymen. I know they change when they hit God’s country.
commented 2018-11-30 20:46:12 -0500
“What happens to Liberals when they come out west?
I’ll tell you what! A total Conservative conversion. "
That has not been the case. I’ve never seen it.
commented 2018-11-30 19:59:14 -0500
Okay, I’m getting my conspiracy corkboard, pins, paper and string out.
How many ethnic second generation albertans actually work in the oil patch?
What is the population of Edmonton?
You drive up costs then you have to drive down wage. What group of people work for low wages?
How many out of province people actually work in the oil fields?
What happens to Liberals when they come out west?
I’ll tell you what! A total Conservative conversion.
To control the oil patch is to control several other provinces and foreign workers as well as punish friendly capitalists and reward cronie capitalists that can afford a carbon tax but use it as an excuse to drive wage drastically down.
Kenney wants to control the price of oil? He’s in cahoots with cronie capitalists in my opinion.
All done.
commented 2018-11-30 19:49:23 -0500
I think his handlers do. If they drive down the oil patch, that will drive down costs of living and keep taxes on other rich people high to fund unemployement. Frankly, this is like Russia turning off the gas to Ukraine as punishment until there is a straight out invasion.
Oorrr… This is how to get a Conservative to vote red by corrupting them with money after punishing them.
Those are my thoughts.
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