March 14, 2016

Trudeaumania in Calgary-Greenway by-election? PC candidate Gill’s pro Liberal tweets EXPOSED

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

The Progressive Conservative candidate in the Calgary Greenway by-election had Trudeaumania and he doesn't want you to know about it. 

Prab Gill is the PC candidate in Calgary Greenway. Former PC MLA for Greenway Manmeet Bhullar was tragically killed in December and the NDP called a snap by-election to be held in the riding March 22.

Controversy was already swirling after Gill was hand selected by the PC higher ups to be their anointed candidate in the by-election without a nomination. After outcry about the undemocratic appointment at the constituency level, the PCs backtracked and ran a nomination where - surprise! - Gill was victorious.

But Gill is a Trudeau fan. A huge one even. How do I know? I looked for myself.

Watch the video to see the Trudeaumania tweets Prab Gill sent and watch me confront him with his own words. There’s also a shocking statement Gill makes that reveals a lot about the state of the PC party in Alberta.

Prab Gill was hand selected by PC party leadership. This means running federal Liberals as provincial conservatives is a feature of the PC party and not a bug. It’s a matter of unwritten policy. It’s designed to confuse and mislead people who are still loyal to the party brand out of nostalgia. These are Liberals trading on conservative name recognition.

It’s so dishonest. It’s a campaign built on deception.

I’m all for uniting the right and ending the vote split on the conservative side of the ballot. But uniting the right means joining conservatives with other conservatives, not joining conservatives with federal Liberals in blue ties.

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commented 2016-03-16 02:06:38 -0400
I think Calgarians should be more worried about what is happening down on 11th Avenue than if some PC candidate thinks Trudeau is aces. The “Dansk canadisk Nyhedsbrev” publishes diatribes that seem to pass under the radar of police and civic officials alike. While the population smiles along with Prab Gill, innocent people (including children) are being encouraged to eat raw ground beef.
We can see what they did in Europe. Is no one bothered by what they are doing here?
commented 2016-03-16 00:31:06 -0400
Now the last I heard, this character holds a narrow lead in Calgary Greenway. Will Sheila’s exposure of him as a not-so-closet Trudeaumaniac cost him momentum, I hope? I do hope so!
commented 2016-03-16 00:19:59 -0400
POLITICIAN = LIAR as witnessed in this video. Did you notice how he stammered and his answers didn’t even make sense. He was trying so hard to think of a good lie as fast as it came out of his mouth. What a scumbag.
commented 2016-03-15 23:12:26 -0400
“The Liberal party in BC and the Saskatchewan Party are the only provincial ruling parties with growing economies. "

Saskatchewan’s economy is shrinking. They’re hurting from the collapse in oil and potash. BC is doing well, but so are Ontario and Manitoba, both pretty far left.

The primary determinant seems to be how much of the economy is dependent on resources.
commented 2016-03-15 16:41:27 -0400
“I’m all for uniting the right and ending the vote split on the conservative side of the ballot. But uniting the right means joining conservatives with other conservatives, not joining conservatives with federal Liberals in blue ties.”

Here here SGR! This is what I keep saying to everyone that will listen 1+1 is probably 1.5 and that’s OK because we don’t want our party contaminated with a fistful of red tories. They can join the Liberal Party or the Alberta Party if they haven’t already.

What could possibly be the allure of voting for the PC’s in Greenway? The recent history of the PC’s? Ric McIver?
commented 2016-03-15 16:15:47 -0400
Elton Braun – and the Alberta Party can move to Saskatchewan! The AB Party is just another socialist party. And as we can see, it only takes one loser socialist party to destroy a viable economy.
commented 2016-03-15 14:22:06 -0400
Hilarious! A Liberal pretending to be a conservative caught lying and having a difficult time dealing with being confronted with the truth. This is another reason why the Alberta PC party needs to be disbanded.
commented 2016-03-15 14:12:04 -0400
This is amazing, The Liberal party in BC and the Saskatchewan Party are the only provincial ruling parties with growing economies. Both are far more conservative in their thinking than any other. Coincidence? Try to justify that, lefties.
commented 2016-03-15 14:05:59 -0400
Great job Sheila
‘Progressive Conservative’ is an oxymoron. One is the opposite of the other. Like naming your party the ‘Low-High Party’.
The caption name was probably concocted by some political science academic to accommodate left of center types within the “big tent” Conservative Party and the result is you attract deceitful hypocrite libtards like Prab Gill.
commented 2016-03-15 13:56:33 -0400
If drowning cats in a barrel should be a capital offence then mandatory euthanasia for lefties should be a misdemeanour. I think the Saskatchewan Party should move into Alberta.
commented 2016-03-15 13:55:17 -0400
The worst part is he was hand picked.
commented 2016-03-15 12:18:38 -0400
Bill, that’s a pretty good analogy.
commented 2016-03-15 11:33:40 -0400
Sean Penson commented – “What’s wrong with voting Liberal federally and another party provincially?”

What’s wrong with drinking poison then switching to another toxin hoping it’s an antidote – same logic.
commented 2016-03-15 11:33:07 -0400
Nice interview Sheila, you looked like a cat playing with a cornered mouse.
commented 2016-03-15 11:05:57 -0400
The problem is Shiela … real conservatives do not have the stomach for government work or elected office … it is a for the worst people in our society … the greediest, the most dull-witted, the least principled an they are usually pretty ugly to boot. So that is why we are ruled by commies.
commented 2016-03-15 11:03:42 -0400
Andrew said, “No wonder the Right is wracked with angst.”

Finally you said something that isn’t a lie or reeking with socialism.

Yes, seeing Canada run headlong into destruction (socialism) and the true conservative base shrink, is apprehensive and foreboding.
commented 2016-03-15 10:59:38 -0400
Regardless of who in the PC party before the end of Klein’s time was Liberal or whom the party absorbed who Liberal or Social Credit, the party at least acted Conservative for the most part. This all changed after Ralph was booted from the Premier seat by his party in his last term.

As the party is now, there is no distinguishing them from the Liberal party nor the NDP. And all people that are Conservatives in Alberta that vote for the PCs are doing is supporting a left wing party that is only slightly more in favor of the oil and gas sector, and only because at least they have figured out that their bread is buttered by the oil and gas sector. The NDP are too stupid to have figured that out yet.
commented 2016-03-15 10:52:15 -0400
The Alberta PCs are apparently “liberals”, yet the solution is to amalgamate them with the Wildrose to “unite the right”?

No matter how you slice it, it sounds like an open acknowledgement that the only way for a “right” wing party to win is to dilute it with leftist tendencies.

Put another way, polling seems to indicate the WR and NDP tied in the low-30s, the PCs at about 25, and the Liberals high single digits, that if the PCs are anywhere left of whatever “middle” you want to define, then “left wing” support in Alberta – the combined support of Libs, NDP, and PCs, is in the mid-60s.

No wonder the Right is wracked with angst.
commented 2016-03-15 10:49:22 -0400
Rick McIvor should not have run a candidate, thereby ensuring a WR win. Rick still doesn’t get the message, the PC’s are done. The fact that this clown is a liberal in PC clothing, says it all. Vote WR and stop the spread of communism from the enemies of the people, Rachel and her economy killers.
commented 2016-03-15 10:45:07 -0400
Francis Peoria …… Good one ….. Sean pens son is the funniest inmate at ….. I think it’s Spy Hill.

I double dog dare you to publish you accomplishments at months end …. JUSTINS DIARY
commented 2016-03-15 10:34:20 -0400
The P/C’s have ever courted the Liberals since the 1967 election. There have been some decent provincial Liberals, such as Decore, but they have never had the real chance at power. Why? Remember, after that election Lougheed absorbed the Liberal caucus in a mode that Prentice tried to emulate with the W/R. This in order to build a “progressive” base to defeat the Socreds in 1971. Getty was a Liberal of the Mulroney stripe. Even Klein, the most conservative premier next to Ernest Manning, started as a Liberal who Chretien, as stated in his memoirs, tried to recruit into the Federal Liberal cabinet. However, all these premiers were pro-Alberta. It unravelled for the P/C establishment when Redford overtly showed that she was a Liberal first and foremost, along with being Alberta’s first anti-Alberta premier. Also note that Prentice was from the P/C side of the C.P.C. and not the conservative side; and that he left federal politics in a huff over Harper’s conservative policies.

Finally, the P/C’s are encouraged by the phoenix rising of the federal Liberals, so of course they are going for the same tactics and those who practice them.
commented 2016-03-15 09:29:27 -0400
The Alberta PC party are Liberals/progressives.

Years ago when the party took on the “progressive” as party of their name and platform, the word meant something completely different than it does now. It looks like they took the “progressive” and ran with that leaving the “conservative” part behind.

If you are a conservative, the only party to vote for is the WildRose.

The WildRose is not far right as so many liars claim. Those labels are only used to demonize the party. The WildRose policies reflect the true Conservative values of:

1) smaller government
2) lower taxes both personal and corporate
3) less social programs and more individual responsibility. Only a few social programs kept in tight reign.
3) charities run on donations from individuals, not the government.
4) teaching the fundamentals in school such as, reading, writing, math, history, etc. (not activism, not 6 genders)
5) focus on the family unit is essential to a strong society. Parents raise children only, not the schools.
6) true free speech, not the “you have free speech except …” we have now.
7) the right to defend family, yourself, and your property.
8) the sanctity of life
9) unbiased media
10) free markets

Are these values “far right”?
commented 2016-03-15 09:15:17 -0400
Sean Penson said, “the only true conservatives are those who support far right wing types such as Hitler”

Sean Penson, I know I will never convince you of this truth, but Hitler was socialist. His political party was socialist. He was socialist. Everything about him screamed socialist.
commented 2016-03-15 08:57:29 -0400
I think when someone says “we have a really big tent”, that is code for “we a a bunch of freakin liberals”.
commented 2016-03-15 08:46:19 -0400
Sounds like the Alberta PCs are just like the Ontario PCs.

I’m going to call both of them the Progressive parties. They have nothing to do with conservatism.
commented 2016-03-15 05:43:00 -0400
Murdering of cats should be a capital offence; killing of another being should be condemned. It’s like infanticide
commented 2016-03-15 01:31:29 -0400
Jay Kelly sorry but drowning cats is not some moral equivalent to radical Islam.
commented 2016-03-15 00:49:53 -0400
All I can say is make sure your vote is Wild Rose in this area – but then again watch each individual candidate as well!
People and Politicians’ are so fickle these days! Get to know every candidate and check their track record!
commented 2016-03-15 00:48:39 -0400
Nothing out of Calgary surprises me anymore. It is Calgary where the subversive journal “Dansk canadisk Nyhedsbrev” is published and not one Calgary politician of any stripe has been willing to condemn it. That, by the way, is the journal that promoted the barbaric practice of “Kat på en tonde” or drowning cats in a barrel.