As you know, Justin Trudeau's townhall a few weeks ago went shockingly wrong.
Yes, he said "peoplekind," the gaffe that went around the world.
But that story drew attention away from something else Trudeau said at the same gathering, something much more important.
I'll show you the part when a Canadian Forces serviceman asked him about funding for our veterans.
See, Trudeau is fighting veterans in court. Because they’re "asking for more than he can give."
He didn’t fight Omar Khadr in court — Trudeau paid him $10.5 million. And he paid out three other people accused of having links with terrorism — $10 million each.
Now here's today's news, from the Ottawa news website Blacklocks:
The military proposes to install wind farms on army bases and encourage staff to bicycle to work under a climate change program.
How is this any different from the announcement earlier this month, that there will now be a “gender analysis” of military decisions?
By the way, it goes without saying, wind turbines are stupid. They don’t work when it’s not windy — or when it’s too windy. You need back-up power for the 95% of the time, so you’re really just buying two power systems.
You don’t want wind turbines near airforce bases — planes might hit them.
It’s the kind of stupid only Justin Trudeau and Catherine McKenna could think up.
Sorry, veterans. You’re just asking for too much, more than we can give.
Shut up now please — we have some global warming to stop...
NEXT: Rebel Alberta Bureau Chief Sheila Gunn Reid and I talk about why some Canadian leaders are vying to host Amazon's second corporate campus — while opposing more lucrative pipeline projects.
THEN: Our own Ben Davies joins me to talk about actress Jennifer Lawrence's vow to quit acting for a year to "fix democracy." I wonder why she doesn't set her sights on fixing Hollywood instead...
FINALLY: The Rebel team is at CPAC this year! That's the huge annual conservative gathering in Washington, DC.
Tomorrow, instead of a regular show, Rebel Premium Members will be able to watch our CPAC coverage, with Katie Hopkins, John Cardillo, Dr. Sebastian Gorka, and me.