August 30, 2018

How Trudeau killed trade negotiations with Trump

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I reported on shocking news the detailed how Justin Trudeau permitted trade negotiations with the United States to break down.

Earlier this week, Trump signed a bilateral trade deal with Mexico. He planned to call Justin Trudeau to discuss the new deal, but Trudeau refused to take the call.

Trudeau's schedule shows that Monday was just booked for "private time", so we know for a fact that he wasn't consumed with important business preventing him from taking a call from the President.

WATCH my full monologue to see how Trudeau's continued antagonization of Trump is leaving Canada without a deal.

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commented 2018-09-01 22:16:09 -0400
Great show Ezra..


Thanks again for your loyalty and integrity…trudeau and his crew are trying to ruin Canada as much as they’s very visible and transparent. But us grunts.. will not let it happen.

Us grunts have many friends and relatives who are American and Canadian..We are stronger than trudeau and his crew and the trudeau lovers.
commented 2018-09-01 18:23:18 -0400
how??? ignorant. arrogant and sending a bimbo as a rep.
commented 2018-09-01 09:19:59 -0400
Rick Plesnik: There’s a leader in our midst who caught on big time and is ready to put his reputation and effort on the line. His name is Mad Max and I, for one, will be supporting him and his new party. No more Liberal lite from Scheer. No more communism aka Venezuela from True Dope.
commented 2018-09-01 02:54:46 -0400
Mr. Levant – Very engaging video. Tongue in cheek, what if, a la the movie “Dr. Strangelove”, or the 1960’s book “Fail-Safe” (by Burdick & Wheeler), Pres. Trump wished to warn Canada about missiles coming our way due to some computer/bureaucratic SNAF, & Mr. Trudeau decided to show who’s in charge by not answering the call? Your presentations are always well thought out, lucid, & entertaining. You carry much respect amongst the conservatives in this once renowned world country.
commented 2018-09-01 01:55:39 -0400
Freeland said “the EU is not capable right now to have an international agreement even with a country that has such European values like Canada.” You mean with a government that is bashing the European values that are the core of Canada. Trudeau wants those values replaced and works hard on killing them. People are not stupid, Freeland; well most people anyways. You and Trudeau are exceptions.
commented 2018-08-31 20:26:22 -0400
“Since I left my Conservative colleagues and announced I would be creating a new party last week, I have been accused of being a sore loser and only interested in my own ego, of being excessively obsessed with the issue of supply management and of splitting the conservative vote — guaranteeing Justin Trudeau’s re-election.

To understand my real motives, my critics should read up on “public choice theory.” Developed by James Buchanan, who won a Nobel prize for economics in 1986, it explains how interest groups hijack political debates and capture politicians, winning huge benefits in the form of subsidies, trade protection, fiscal or legal privileges and other favourable regulations. They are willing to devote enormous lobbying effort and large amounts of money to get them.”
commented 2018-08-31 20:18:40 -0400
“They will not stop until our history, our culture, and our people have been replaced.

The changes start with our flag, our anthem, and now statues of our historical leaders.

We are denied our ability to assemble and speak, yet forced to fund these very public spaces which are prohibited to us.

A deadly terrorist attack in a city once considered safe is now an opportunity to further restrict our firearms rights.

Our central bank, the rightful property of the Canadian people, now in the hands of private profiteers.

An electoral system where the two main parties share common owners.

How far (and fast) this country has slipped, and yet Canadians remain silent. Fearful that they will be the next target of the media propaganda machine, they find solace in what little they have left.

A government who intends to destroy the people who elected it – a government without grounds of authority.

A seething discontent under a veneer of political correctness, and a desire for complete political reset on the minds of many."
commented 2018-08-31 14:12:47 -0400
What a group of missfits running this country. Unreal. From the pipe line to this nafta stuff. We got the J.V. team of officials on it. Just missing David Suzuki and Dalton Mcguinty to round out the collective hacks we have.
commented 2018-08-31 09:10:28 -0400
Prediction: a deal that will remove tariffs on some US dairy products but will leave Supply Management intact with Canadian taxpayers making up for any losses and then some.
commented 2018-08-31 09:10:09 -0400
Trudeau displays the poorest work ethic of any world leader today. Even when he pretends to work it is a costume party or a promise of ice cream afterwards. Trump on the other hand works tirelessly, seems to be everywhere, whether at rallies, supporting state elections, doing trade deals, tweeting at 3am, North Korea, and on and on. US GDP tracking at 4.1%, Canada’s 1.5%, you reap what you sow, hard work pays dividends.
commented 2018-08-31 08:20:34 -0400
“…He is the stupidest national leader in history…for sheer garden variety stupidity I can’t think of anyone worse. "

You can carve that in stone, ALLAN.
commented 2018-08-31 02:04:29 -0400
The Jar Jar Binks of leaders.
commented 2018-08-31 01:52:23 -0400
Lloyd I would see your comment and raise you. He is the stupidest national leader in history. Sure some have been insane- like Idi Amin- but for sheer garden variety stupidity I can’t think of anyone worse.
commented 2018-08-30 23:17:41 -0400
Justin Trudeau is the most INCOMPETENT PM Canada has EVER had…!!!
commented 2018-08-30 22:10:46 -0400
turdo la doo’s stupidity, political inclinations, and economic vision were well known before the last election, as were Mulcair’s and May’s. Yet two-thirds of the electorate cast ballots for this trio.

And THAT is “the” problem. And now, in opposition, a lactose-lovin’ jellyfish.
Things will get a lot worse before they get better.
commented 2018-08-30 16:53:48 -0400
“Private Time?” Smoking dope, groping? It’s all part of the plan to create a sharia dictatorship using the pending financial crisis as an excuse. Gerald Butts knows too many Canadians are catching on to what the Lieberals are REALLY doing thus risking re-election!