September 26, 2018

New Brunswick election breaks the two-party system

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I explained what the results of the New Brunswick election say about the state of politics in Canada.

The Liberals won 21 seats and the Progressive Conservatives won 22 seats. But there are 49 seats in the legislature, so neither party won a majority.

The Green Party moved up from 1 seat to 3; and a party I had never heard of before, called the Peoples Alliance, went from 0 seats to 3.

The People's Alliance is more right-wing than PCs, they support tax cuts, eliminating corporate welfare, and ending the duplication of government services caused by affirmative action language policies. 

WATCH my video to see why the rise of new parties shows voters are sick of the political establishment and how the success of the People's Alliance proves Maxime Bernier's People's Party might not be such a crazy idea.

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commented 2018-09-27 02:51:03 -0400
Might one hope that is the light slowly starting to dawn in New Brunswick, that there is something fundamentally insane about having oil reserves under your own feet but continuing to import millions of gallons every day from Saudi Arabia???
commented 2018-09-26 18:18:38 -0400
Liberals act like such babies when they don’t get what they want. What a classless clown. The people have spoken, so pack up and move on.
commented 2018-09-26 17:04:18 -0400
Except that Gallant is refusing to concede defeat. This could get even more interesting!