I'll say it again:
Doug Ford is the best premier in Canada.
Check this Globe & Mail story out:
Ontario to target federal carbon tax, support pipeline construction, in fall fiscal update
Mr. Ford’s government is also set to issue a public declaration of support for pipeline projects, such as the revival of Energy East, in the province’s first fall economic statement this week, government sources told The Globe and Mail.
I'll give you the details, but in plain English:
Doug Ford will not object to any pipeline, and in fact he’s talking with other premiers about getting things going again.
I think it might be all for naught. Trudeau and Notley and their crews will not let a pipeline live.
But Trudeau won’t be prime minister forever...
Everyone thought the Keystone XL pipeline was dead — then Trump won. If Doug Ford supports the pipeline now, that might lie dormant for a while. But if in 2019, or more likely 2023, if Trudeau is kicked out, perhaps that pipeline could be built again.
Or maybe all the oil and gas companies will just be too busy drilling in Texas and Pennsylvania and North Dakota — where they’re actually wanted — to risk coming back to Canada, the only country in the world whose politicians are stupid enough to kill the goose that lays the golden egg...
NEXT: Allum Bokhari is the senior technology correspondent at Breitbart News, and an expert on Silicon Valley censorship.
Tonight he joins me to explain why he thinks elections are the best way to fight this kind of censorship.
FINALLY: Your messages to me!