The Liberals have a plan to win again in 2019: Get back to the glory days of splitting the Right, by creating a hoax party.
In Maclean’s, Scott Gilmore wrote a column called “Confessions of a Self-Loathing Tory.”
Gilmore is the house-husband of Catherine McKenna, Trudeau’s far-left Environment Minister, and he's isn’t not really conservative. He writes:
"While the majority of naturally conservative voters welcome refugees, believe in climate change, and don’t care if the neighbour smokes weed, the majority of leadership candidates are actively opposed to all those things.”
Um, nope. Even most Liberals now oppose Trudeau’s open-borders approach, in poll after poll.
It’s weird enough that Maclean’s gives a federal politics column to the husband of a Liberal cabinet minister. But now the magazine is also helping promote Gilmore’s new initiative:
He’s starting a fake conservative party, to split the right-wing vote.
If Gilmore really wants to change the direction of the Conservative Party, why isn't he running for the leader of it? There’s a leadership race on right now.
I’ve decided not to endorse anyone for the Conservative leadership. But whoever is chosen, the choice should be made by conservatives.
Not Maclean’s, and not the house-husband of a Liberal cabinet minister.
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