If you’ve been following the NAFTA renegotiations (outside of President Trump’s tweets about “the worst trade deal ever,” Canadians should be concerned about what’s emerging regarding the priorities of this Liberal government.
Instead of being opportunistic, Canada is being strikingly ideological.
It’s no secret that outside of softwood lumber, the Trump administration seez Mexico, not Canada, as the biggest problem for trade.
Canada should be joining the Trump administration in its conviction that we should no longer accept plant closures and mass layoffs from companies that simply re-open their factories in Mexico.
After all, this is happening to us right here in Canada too.
But I don’t think globalist Liberals value the kind of work done in these factories.
Perhaps that’s because factory work is seen as not only damaging to the planet, but as an embodiment of the patriarchy (since factory work is synonymous with dads.)
Watch as I tell you why the Liberals have this all wrong and will accomplish the opposite of what they claim their priorities to be.
Unfortunately, when we have Trudeau, Freeland and McKenna constantly saying all the wrong things about NAFTA, how many more manufacturing plants in Canada will pack up shop for Mexico after we strike a new deal?