November 16, 2018

Ford Nation reacts to Maxime Bernier: “It felt like a revolution!”

David MenziesMission Specialist

Last weekend, an enthusiastic crowd of approximately 1,200 people gathered in Etobicoke to hear People’s Party of Canada (PPC) leader, Maxime Bernier speak.


Watch as I speak with a few attendees from the home of Ford Nation, to get their take on the PPC and what they believe accounts for the enthusiastic response Bernier received from the crowd.

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commented 2018-11-17 17:19:55 -0500
Peter N.. said…

PETER NETTERVILLE commented 2 hours ago
That fellow David interviewed, I think his name is Frank Vaughan, made a good point about the media. The media is going to attack Conservatives anyway. We cannot pander to them.

I think Conservatives have to take a Trump approach to the media without being so blunt and crude.
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Peter…

Why should should the Conservatives “not” be so blunt and crude??

The liberalist globalist wingnuts are violent!!!

It’s time to take the kids gloves off now..
commented 2018-11-17 15:33:11 -0500
That fellow David interviewed, I think his name is Frank Vaughan, made a good point about the media. The media is going to attack Conservatives anyway. We cannot pander to them.

I think Conservatives have to take a Trump approach to the media without being so blunt and crude.
commented 2018-11-17 15:25:57 -0500
Bernice Trivers asked, “So, is no one worried about fracturing the vote in 2019? thereby allowing another dastardly term of Trudeau?”

Yup. I am.
commented 2018-11-17 03:40:14 -0500
One of the things that I welcome the most is that THE TRUTH will start to emerge in the coming weeks and months… Media spin be damned, PPC gatherings are full of enthusiastic people from all ages… The discourse is honest, open, and sometimes funny, usually at the expense of the Liberals and NDP and The Chipmunk!… The enthusiasm in the air is palpable, and evidently thousands of Canadians are awakening to the possibility of “kicking butt” in today’s “Ottawa”…
commented 2018-11-17 00:32:49 -0500
NDP SUCKS posted, “Good vetting from the supreme leader to let Victor in the door and then give him a quick hard boot out.”

Anyone can but a membership no party has control over that or who puts their name forward; but if there is clear policy, which the PPC most definitely has, people with agenda or incompatible belief structures won’t be able to get into the executive. It is not surprising that there will be people turned away. The PPC isn;t a catch all party, its a party open to anyone who relates to the principals of the party. Max’s platform is all laid out for anyone who wants to read it. If its you, come. If its not, vote for some other party.
https://www.peoplespartyofcanada.ca/platform
commented 2018-11-16 20:56:45 -0500
Yes NDP SUCKS…Keep digging we all want the truth and real transparency here on the Rebel!
commented 2018-11-16 19:33:48 -0500
Specifics would be good. Who contacted Max many many times, how, maybe a copy of the correspondence?
Maybe there are no big donations. Max says there aren’t. If there is a problem elections Canada will see it in the audit.
What was the contact NDP Sucks?
commented 2018-11-16 19:28:09 -0500
I think its over $ 400,000 now. Pretty good for 8 weeks. Do some more digging NDP SUCKS, see what you can find out for us.
commented 2018-11-16 17:32:21 -0500
Good vetting from the supreme leader to let Victor in the door and then give him a quick hard boot out. Can we consider this a foul ball or a strike? Since Max is the umpire and the only person allowed to talk maybe he will put that on the agenda to clear the air and continue play. Is this Double A, high school baseball or the pee wee league?
commented 2018-11-16 17:23:24 -0500
Max has been contacted many many times and asked specifically who his LIBERAL BANKROLLERS are and why will he not divulge the names of his BANKROLLERS.

The response from Max has been SILENCE.
commented 2018-11-16 17:20:09 -0500
BTW, has Max let the kitty out of the bag and told everybody who his LIBERAL BANKROLLERS are to the tune of $350 THOUSAND DOLLARS?
commented 2018-11-16 17:15:20 -0500
Good catch NDP Sucks. Keep up the good work, we want to know when weasels try to sneak in.
commented 2018-11-16 17:14:10 -0500
It looks like the electoral district associations are working as they should to weed out the riff raff.
commented 2018-11-16 17:12:48 -0500
Victor has withdrawn his name from consideration for executive as his fellow e.d.a. members brought up concerns regarding sustained social media messaging that deviated from the PPC platform.
commented 2018-11-16 16:55:22 -0500
I hear Max the TRUE conservative has hired Victor Lau as a party executive of the PPC. Good old Victor is a former GREEN PARTY LEADER of Saskatchewan. We know how much the greenies like carbon taxes and it should be interesting to hear his current stand on oil pipelines.
commented 2018-11-16 13:53:21 -0500
At the rally and on YouTube, people can see that Andrew Scheer is a fraud.
commented 2018-11-16 13:34:29 -0500
“But I have no confidence that it will be any different with Scheer in a leadership role. "

Exactly my sentiments, LIZA. Scheer-the-steer lost any chance of getting my family’s support when he ordered his sheep to support turdo la doo on the Paris climate nonsense.
commented 2018-11-16 13:15:04 -0500
Thanks DAVID MENZIES, a great 10 minutes entertainment.
I picked up on a truth from one of the younger interviewees , (yes that’s a real word). He said Scheer has been at the helm for 1.5 years and it is still cloudy when it comes to his policies. He is more of a Liberal.

I was going to say Scheer is a nice guy, only in the wrong job, however he is not a nice guy, as he got rid of many the of the Real Conservatives that stood for something and kept the “yes” people near him.

Finally, I noticed that the people with French accents were as impressed with Bernier as the Etobicoke English people.
This is one time where the English and French Canada have to work together to get this guy elected, where it would be in our both best interests. If we only had an English-French coordinator,(besides Bernier), who could pull it off, like Eric Duhaime.
commented 2018-11-16 12:58:22 -0500
Buncha white supremacists! Who knew they came in so many colours. Good getting the thoughts of the people attending these meetings. All severely normal Canadians who just want Canada to remain Canadian. The PPC want people who love and respect this country. Looks like it was a great turnout.
commented 2018-11-16 12:33:12 -0500
If there is any chance Bernier can even gain the balance of power I would be happy. At least its a step in the right direction. Unless of course Scheer could all of a sudden be trusted to do the right thing by Canada, and not just follow a centrist path which is really listing heavily to the left. I would have much rather the CPC hadn’t shot themselves in the foot.

I don’t want to have this turmoil any more than anyone else and I feel the imminent danger this country is in with Justin in charge. But I have no confidence that it will be any different with Scheer in a leadership role. Besides by all accounts he isn;t doing so well in the polls already, for whatever polls are worth. Scheer as opposition and Max not in the game, will be exactly what we have had for the past four years anyway.
commented 2018-11-16 12:24:57 -0500
I took in Max’s speech in Calgary the day before. Breathe of fresh air. I feel going into the next election cycle that as Max’s ideas start to take a greater hold of people’s imaginations and their potential votes, Scheer will start to adjust his policy to reflect what true conservatives want to hear from him. But can he be trusted to follow through with them? I remember a comment made some years ago about political leaders who use polls to much to establish policy and it is " they watch a parade go by and see which direction it is going in then run to the head of the parade to lead it".
commented 2018-11-16 12:24:45 -0500
Another thought. Bernier will probably be very happy having the support of fired-up, motivated conservative rebels during an election campaign than milquetoast conservatives.
commented 2018-11-16 12:17:28 -0500
Stop worrying about a possible split vote; the train has left the station. I believe it was Liza Rosie who pointed out that he will also likely ‘split’ away some supposedly Liberal and NDP votes and as well attract voters who have given up because of the alternatives available.

Scheer made a big (is as per Trump ‘urge) mistake throwing the Rebel under the bus, basically casting aside a part of his conservative base, but thinking so what they will hold their noses and vote for me anyways. However, they now have found a home with Bernier. Remember that when Scheer banned the Rebel from attending the convention he was banning All Rebel supporters. I rejoined the party shortly before the convention, but submitted my resignation shortly thereafter.
commented 2018-11-16 11:59:09 -0500
BERNICE TRIVERS commented 32 mins ago.
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Do not worry Bernice, If it should become obvious that the PPC is not going to win in the next election then people like myself, a member of the PPC, will vote for Scheer, but only if I become certain that Bernier is not going to make this time around.
commented 2018-11-16 11:18:23 -0500
So, is no one worried about fracturing the vote in 2019? thereby allowing another dastardly term of Trudeau?