Bombardier is the most successful business in Canada.
I know, don’t laugh. They lose billions, that Canadian taxpayers pour right back in. And that’s my point:
If you think of them as an airline company or a train company, they’re awful. But if you look at them as a political lobbying firm, then it makes sense.
For the longest time, it was only about money. Now they are putting Canadian lives in danger.
Canada’s CF-19 fighter jets are older than the men who fly them.
One of the leading alternatives is the new F-35. The U.S. military is buying thousands of them. So is Israel.
So maybe Canada should buy F-35s, too.
Except Justin Trudeau’s priority for fighter jets isn't, you know, doing military damage to the enemy; making our forces safe; working seamlessly with our allies.
No, he sees the need to replace our CF-18s as an opportunity to… shill for Bombardier.
As a favour to Bombardier, Canada cancelled a $6 billion deal with Boeing. Because Boeing has a trade dispute with Bombardier.
And now Trudeau's buying Australia’s old F-18s to replace our old F-18s. In a snit. And the world sees it.
Donald Trump certainly did, as I'll show you...
NEXT: We've talked a lot about Laurier U. graduate student Lindsay Shepherd this year. She made international news after being disciplined for showing a video clip of Professor Jordan Peterson in class — then recording the "star chamber" hearing about her "crime."
I'm joined by Dr. Peterson himself tonight. We discuss how many centrists and liberals like Lindsay are being driven to "the right" because the left has becoming so extreme.
THEN: Marc Morano of ClimateDepot.com comes on to talk about the dying polar bear who went viral as a symbol of "climate change."
Marc and I talk about the real reason the bear was dying — just like all polar bears (and all creatures) one day will, just not on video...)
FINALLY: I read your messages to me!