November 19, 2018

Andrew Scheer: Full Ontario PC Convention Speech

Rebel Staff

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer delivered a speech on Saturday at the Ontario PC Convention:

Doug Ford won his super majority after running an unapologetically right-wing campaign. Is Andrew Scheer planning to take the same winning path to defeat Justin Trudeau...?

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commented 2018-11-20 18:03:24 -0500
Scheer is the Patrick Brown of the federal PC’s. He’s not the right guy.
commented 2018-11-20 10:28:33 -0500
I could not bother to waste my time listening to Scheer’s empty speech. He is not addressing anything of importance to me and is just so weak on many issues. He’s not selling anything I care to purchase. Nothing will change with him as a leader. What qualifiy’s him to lead this country?
commented 2018-11-20 09:56:35 -0500
I just read the comments…I see I’m not alone on many issues!
That’s bad…bad for Canada…bad for Canadians!
It feels like I’m being ‘driven’ towards Bernier – BY THE CONSERVATIVES!
commented 2018-11-20 09:49:00 -0500
I don’t know what it is about Smilin’ Andy…it’s like there’s no fire in him. Conservatives desperately want a LEADER!
His words seem to lack sincerity and commitment. He does not inspire me in the least.
How about all those left of center actions he’s committed…starting with the Paris Agreement!
Even the audience’s applause was luke warm, at best…
And then there’s the French…anybody else object to being FORCED to watch those copyright/disclaimer notices at the beginning of a movie on DVD – and TWICE on Canadian DVDs, once in English and once in French?
I didn’t make it to the 5 minute mark!
I wonder if he polled the crowd previously to find out which direction his windsock should point in his speech…
commented 2018-11-20 03:20:17 -0500
Karan Singh i agree Scheer will not change much and he will make the next election a victory for the Liberals. Canadians need to suffer greatly before they will wake the hell up in huge numbers, for this reason i actually hope Justin gets back in if Bernier is not the next PM. The same cycle will just happen again.
commented 2018-11-19 20:34:39 -0500
commented 2018-11-19 19:56:18 -0500
Peter Netterville—-This weekend The Star did a comparison Scheer vs Bernier. I couldn’t figure out why it was fair and balanced and overall well written. Then of course I figured out that she treated them equally because they were both enemies.

Deborah Graupner…..I listened to many Scheer speeches in the last1.5 years and remarkably, he still never said much. Trudeau just gave New Guinea 11 Million for Climate Change, why couldn’t he mention that?
commented 2018-11-19 19:56:08 -0500
I refuse to watch this video, as Andrew Scheer is a waste of time. I did, however, watch the Maxine Bernier speech video here on the rebel.

Next election I will be voting for the People’s Party of Canada. I will even put up a lawn sign. Screw you conservative party you bunch of back stabbers.
commented 2018-11-19 18:10:36 -0500
Smilin’ Andy. He talks a good game, let’s hope he can deliver as well.
commented 2018-11-19 17:54:28 -0500
Karan Singh said, “Even if spineless Andy Scheers wins the next election & forms conservative govt. it’ll bring little change to Canada.”

Very true, but he will bring one critical change that is and essential change … the weasel now in the PM chair will be gone. That, at least, makes the regime change worthwhile.
commented 2018-11-19 17:39:26 -0500
“Principled, united, working together.” I don’t think so at the federal Conservative level with Scheer.

“The solution is the people”. Not so for Scheer for the people who support the Rebel. When he threw Sheila and Ezra out of their convention, it didn’t stop with just two people who were thrown out.

“Taking strong stances on issues that matter to Canadians.”?

“Ethics brings the Liberals down”. How about cutting a deal with the milk cartel that regardless of what the grassroots decided, he would have their back?

“Job #1 is getting rid of Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax” and I am going to bring in an as yet undisclosed policy that will meet the Paris Climate Accord’s targets for carbon dioxide emissions reductions.

“The Liberals are trying to bob and weave on this”, like him still not revealing how he is going to meet the Paris Accord’s targets!

Bottom line: his one-note message, a balanced budget, without describing how is not very inspiring; no wonder that he is behind in the polls – complètement vide.
commented 2018-11-19 17:18:40 -0500
The Great Grinning Putz.
Howdy-doody reincarnated.
The yellow-bellied sob sucker.
Canada’s Olympic hide-and-seek champion.

I just can’t say enough about him!

I’ve even picked out his theme song!
commented 2018-11-19 16:45:46 -0500
Between junior and Scheer I don’t know who is more adept at saying nothing at all!
commented 2018-11-19 16:28:57 -0500
DAVID BALL, tks for pointing out Scheer speaking French at an English event. It shows that he succumbed, even though there was no pressure to do so.
commented 2018-11-19 15:36:56 -0500
Scheer is sort of riding on Doug’s successes here. How many of these conservatives will stay with Scheer federally?
commented 2018-11-19 15:29:13 -0500
Ron, everyone is asking for him to confirm and in true middle of the road fashion, vacillating Andrew won’t commit one way or the other. Either will Michelle or any others.
This is not a point most Canadians are willing to play around with. We kind of like our sovereignty and keeping our decision making in Canada, Thanks U.N. but no thanks. True North Strong and Free ,and all that. I’m not prepared to let down the next generation that way. If It gets signed by Canada, we will need someone committed in some position of power to force them to unsign it. Like all the UN nonsense they try to force feed us with , this is a non binding ‘pact’, but if who ever the PM is, decides we are staying with it, he will need to have his mind changed. Who is going to do that if we don’t get Bernier in on some level?
commented 2018-11-19 15:19:46 -0500
What Karan Singh said.
commented 2018-11-19 15:13:20 -0500
Scheer like Trudeau, supports the U.N. migration pact on immigration. If he does not support it, he has certainly not said so. Anyone who supports that pact, that allows the United Nations. to dictate Canadian immigration levels, policy, and country of origin, in an enemy of Canada. PPC is the only national party that stands against it.
commented 2018-11-19 14:57:17 -0500
Sheer is a fool. Why are half of his remarks in french when speaking to the Ontario PCs?? We put up with this nonsense on the national stage but why are we subjected to it here in Ontario?
commented 2018-11-19 14:48:19 -0500
Karan Singh-
There is also a BC Conservative meet up that is neither Scheer or Bernier. Sounds like a WONDERFUL event The Rebel should attend sometime. Definately a lot to learn, I’m sure.
commented 2018-11-19 14:31:02 -0500
Even if spineless Andy Scheers wins the next election & forms conservative govt. it’ll bring little change to Canada.
Conservatives under Scheer has proven to be utterly weak & aimless (unless you perceive them as another party of elites trying to enforce globalist agenda in subtle way).
We may get rid of Turdo by voting Scheer in BUT we would still be governed by the same globalists policies of elites.
I would like to bring up two latest examples of conservative submissiveness (cowardly acts??):
1. A facebook post by a CPC volunteer from Kelowna criticizing defense monster abominable harjit sajjan’s role in a $337,000 morale-boosting trip overseas in which some passengers on a flight were reportedly intoxicated and abusive to staff, and mentioning sajjan’s appointment as Canada’s defense minister as a result of affirmative action. Notwithstanding the fact that the volunteer himself is of sikh/punjabi ethnicity anyhow he was called a racist by libtards, dippers & greenies on mere suggesting that harjit sajjan is an undeserving candidate for the position of defense minister. The CPC buckled; issued an immediate apology & removed that volunteer from posting anything further from CPC Okanagan valley page.

2. The last session of Saskatchewan legislative assembly was opened with an islamic prayer:

No doubt Doug Ford is doing good on economic front but on several crucial social issues he’s proving to be a failure.