I’m so grateful to Justin Trudeau that he interrupted his vacation in Peru to come back to Canada for an hour’s work solving the biggest economic and constitutional crisis of his term:
The construction of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
He, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and BC Premier John Horgan have all campaigned against pipelines. Notley and Trudeau are now eleventh hour converts to the pro-pipeline side — but no-one really believes them.
So, they’re play-fighting with John Horgan about it. He’s awful, he’s a destroyer, but at least he’s honest about it.
TONIGHT I'll fact-check what the three of them said yesterday.
Will this pipeline get built? I don’t think so.
Kinder Morgan says they’re leaving on May 31 if this isn’t fixed by then.
Trudeau and Notley are supposedly excited about “investing” in a pipeline — a pipeline that private sector companies no longer believe is tenable.
Would you go into the oil business with Trudeau or Notley?
I doubt Kinder Morgan will, unless they are paid an obscene amount of money for what is clearly a PR exercise.
We’re about to be fleeced — first by John Horgan who creates the problem, and then by Trudeau and Notley who “solve” it, by nationalizing a pipeline to nowhere...
NEXT: Over the weekend, The Rebel hosted two pro-pipeline, anti-carbon tax rallies, in Edmonton and Calgary. Alberta Bureau Chief Sheila Gunn Reid were among those who spoke at both events, and joins me tonight to talk about what we saw and heard.
THEN: Joel Pollak, Breitbart Senior Editor, comes on to talk about Trump's strikes on Syria.
Pollak says Trump's actions were "diplomatic" as well as military, sending "a message to allies and enemies alike."
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