Ezra is away tonight, so I’ll be sitting in, talking about “Mr. Wonderful,” Kevin O’Leary.
He now has a campaign manager, a statistician and strategist. Any day now, “Shark Tank” star, investor, writer, and businessman Kevin O’Leary will officially join the race for the reigns of Canada’s federal Conservative Party.
The Media Party will label him Canada’s Donald Trump — replacing Kellie Leitch who, for now, holds that title.
But I’m here to tell you:
Don’t be fooled. Kevin O’Leary is no Donald Trump.
More importantly, Kevin O’Leary is no conservative.
Look, I get the urge to draw the comparison, but just because O’Leary is a successful business man, doesn’t mean he’s automatically gets conservative street credentials. Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Jeff Bezos are some of the world's most successful suits, but they’re also some of the most devout Democrats.
So when asked about screening immigrants for Canadian values, O’Leary said that would be “un-Canadian”.
Now the chasm of viewpoints between O’Leary and Trump doesn’t end at immigration and multiculturalism. Profound differences exist in their social, economic, and foreign policy standpoints, too.
I'll explain — and I'll also talk about why his inclusion in the race will be a net good for the other candidates...
TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Broadcaster Dave Rutherford, and InfoWar's Paul Joseph Watson.