September 28, 2018

Alberta bureaucrats blame Kenney for Notley's pipeline failure

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

On this week's episode of The Gunn Show, Our New Calgary based Rebel Keean Bexte joined me to discuss gun rights, transparency, and pipelines.

Partisan bureaucrats and the mainstream media love to perpetuate the myth that the Harper government made no progress on pipelines, even though it's their fault for bogging down progress with their Native "reconciliation" obsession.

You would hope that Alberta's Premier would stand-up for oil country, but Notley's turned this into a political game.

WATCH my interview with Keean to see how the pipeline approval process has become a partisan operation to secure Rachel Notley's re-election.

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commented 2018-09-29 02:16:12 -0400
Whatever the equivocation of Albertans about their suicidal government in power right now, international realities in the coming year are going to force their hand to choose between Flush Notley fairy tales and reality… The Blunder Boy’s high school debating team in Washington is sinking fast and for all the world to see… Mexico has shown more reality than any twit in Ottawa… Trump has the Boy Blunder’s “number” and any upcoming NAFTA negotiations are going to be a cold bucket of water in the face of not only Notley but Canadians from coast to coast to coast…
commented 2018-09-29 00:00:37 -0400
How many times does Socialism have to be explained to people before they get it. The Socialists of this world would like everyone to believe it’s the best thing to come along since sliced bread, but anybody with a brain only has to look at Venezuela, once upon a time the richest oil country on earth to realize that Socialism is a fantasy. I heard on radio yesterday that Notley’s approval numbers are going up, so Alberta, be prepared. So, no pipelines being built, because we don’t need them according to the liberal pundits on CBC, no deal with Nafta yet, because Trudeau isn’t budging & if there is no deal, what becomes of the auto industry, yet Trudeau keeps saying, a deal only if it’s good for Canada. Well, what does that even mean, especially after Trump’s threats, losing 100K jobs would be better than Canada having to make concessions? We have a real winner running this country.
commented 2018-09-28 23:54:35 -0400
Another lying lefty. Who’d a thunk it? Imagine my shock!
commented 2018-09-28 23:12:12 -0400
Canada has become a laughing stock in the investment world, and quickly becoming a failed state. Regardless of what you hear, Alberta’s economy is circling the drain with thousands of people trying to sell their homes so they can get out, and there are few to no buyers.
commented 2018-09-28 22:49:05 -0400
Socialists and Communists are so egotistical, they think it always someone else’s fault that their garbage ideology is a failure.
commented 2018-09-28 22:48:13 -0400
Ron you got that right.
commented 2018-09-28 19:28:18 -0400
Canada has moved into the Slow Lane folks . . . . well over 50% of Canooks would rather be on the dole and line up for free stuff . . . add in our new arrivals and the future is DIM!

The pipelines were all approved 4 or 5 years ago . . . and then the insane left along with their Enviro-fascists friends went nuts . . . . as long as Canadians let the insane radicals & leftists speak for them . . . the future will be no future at all.
commented 2018-09-28 18:59:35 -0400
Are there people in Alberta who would still vote NDP? If there are, then they need to see a Shrink. How many times do they want to see their Province ruined before they realize that Socialism is bad for them?
Oh well, Mom and Dad did and so will we.
commented 2018-09-28 18:01:23 -0400
It’s going to be a glorious day when we remove the socialist scum from our province !
commented 2018-09-28 17:23:58 -0400

1) Nobody is protesting – except for the arseholes, that is.

2) The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers has rolled over and played dead.

and last, but not least…

3) Alberta elected the NDP