March 05, 2018

MP Alex Nuttall leaves Ontario PC leadership election debate in Ottawa after first topic focuses on Patrick Brown

David MenziesMission Specialist


Alex Nuttall, Barrie CPC MP and personal friend of Patrick Brown, didn’t like how the Brown affair was being discussed during the PC leadership debate in Ottawa.

Nuttall eventually stormed out of the event but even he, who is anti-carbon tax, couldn’t explain why Brown is pro-carbon tax.

Watch as I discuss this issue and others with Alex Nuttall.

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commented 2018-03-06 15:11:35 -0500
I just want to send out a commendation to David Menzies and I hope that all you faithful Rebel subscribers will agree and acknowledge him also.
Watching this interview with Alex Nuttall, Mr. Menzies’ enquiries were impeccably respectful, but always penetrating and perceptive.
At no time did David attempt to make Mr. Nuttall uncomfortable; it is Mr. Nuttall’s own inability to substantiate the worthiness of Patrick Brown that makes this interview cringeworthiness.
I don’t know about all you other faithful Rebel subscribers, but I just LOVE David Menzies (as my children say, “in God’s way”. Hope to see years more of him and his interviews!
commented 2018-03-06 14:49:48 -0500
Jan G: More insightful words than yours could have never been spoken with regard to this upcoming PC Ontario leadership race:
Get rid of them both*and bring in Tanya and Doug. Two people who are not afraid of the establishment.
*By way of explanation: Get rid of Christine and Caroline.
commented 2018-03-06 10:50:11 -0500
With the exception of Ford,the PCs are just presenting window dressing to the public while the old guard including Brown and his cronies are still running the party. And we know how well they run and lose elections. I honestly think the PC Party is infiltrated withmoles who purposely sabatoge leadership races to produce losers. Prove me wrong.
commented 2018-03-05 21:15:28 -0500
What good is it to get rid of Wynne & keep all of her policies in place? Patrick Brown was not going to lead the PCs to victory & if he did, then what? He tweaks a few things while the Liberals rebrand themselves? Alex Nuttall talks “hope & change” – 6 weeks ago there was neither, now there is some.
commented 2018-03-05 20:26:00 -0500
@Roy, Manning used to be a reformer as well, now he is out and out liberal-lite-mr-carbon-tax. Someone really got to him, Scheer can’t even stand in Manning’s shadow. Manning got turned, Scheer was inevitable.
commented 2018-03-05 19:44:59 -0500
Jan G.—-You are giving excellent ideas and decisions lately about Politics, even seeing things ahead of MSM reporters. I hope you keep it up.
I always thought your expertise was only Female Rights.
commented 2018-03-05 18:57:33 -0500
and who took over all of Patrick Brown’s memberships?
All the MPPs who stood behind Brown and voted the way he told them to vote, are now in Caroline’s party.
All those who are still in favour of Brown are in Christine’s party.
Get rid of them both and bring in Tanya and Doug.
Two people who are not afraid of the establishment.
commented 2018-03-05 18:25:56 -0500
What a politician labels himself (i.e. Conservative, NDP, Liberal, etc) is meaningless. The politician’s actions define his/her political leanings.

Andrew Scheer is acting Liberal, therefore he is a liberal.

(i.e. Actions speak louder than words.)
commented 2018-03-05 17:57:11 -0500
Roy, have you not heard of the term CINO? Scheer won’t pick a lane. He was House Leader for too long. Middle of the road, not a leader.
commented 2018-03-05 16:11:16 -0500
Roy Elsworth—Did you just get out of a long coma? Scheer is as Liberal as Trudeau. He got everyone to vote Paris Accord with Trudeau and Climate Barbie. He is all for the Carbon Tax.
Both of these subjects are against Conservative values.
commented 2018-03-05 15:35:09 -0500
Agreed, I think the provincial and federal conservative parties have been infiltrated. We need a staunch conservative who can’t be bought off or a new party if the swamp can’t be drained. I understand Alex Nuttall’s point of view,of just look forward, don’t give the enemy any more fodder. However if the enemy is the source of the corruption in the conservative party, it may be better to get to the bottom of it rather than pretend there is no problem.
We’re not blind or stupid. There is a bad smell wafting around Brown as well as two of the candidates running, in my opinion.
commented 2018-03-05 15:16:03 -0500
Ron Joseph Andrew Scheer is not a liberal he use to be a reform party and Canadian alliance guy so how can you call him a liberal. if he was a liberal I would never have voted him.
commented 2018-03-05 15:15:16 -0500
David, did Nutall end up returning to the debate?
commented 2018-03-05 15:07:42 -0500
John Keller—Likely the same thing happened with the Federal Cons giving us a Liberal in Scheer.
commented 2018-03-05 15:05:48 -0500
A Wynn Loss Is A Win!
commented 2018-03-05 15:04:34 -0500
A Wynn Loss Is A Win!
commented 2018-03-05 14:24:56 -0500
John Keller… That is a good point and very bloody interesting.!
commented 2018-03-05 14:22:59 -0500
Here is a puzzle. Patrick Brown became PC leader by selling memberships. Later they discovered that they had fewer memberships sold than they thought… Then there were incidents of ballot stuffing and bullying. Then somehow Brown ended up with a very expensive mansion that he couldn’t afford and about the same time the PC platform became liberal. Brown changed the PC party to just another liberal party. Was Brown a plant with a mission to either lose the election for the PCs or create an escape party for Liberals?