November 28, 2018

(WATCH) Michelle Rempel fights Justin Trudeau on equalization, Alberta, jobs and pipelines

Rebel Staff

Conservative Party MP for Calgary Nose Hill Michelle Rempel draws from recent statements and budgetary actions to argue that Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party of Canada are using dangerous, elitist arguments to block thousands of Canadians from working their "inappropriate" and dirty jobs.

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commented 2018-12-01 12:36:36 -0500
Cathy, Bernier speaks about the issues that matter- like immigration and the UN. Scheer marches in lock step with Trudeau and you call Bernier a Liberal? If there is any vote splitting it seems to have morphed from Conservative/PPC to Conservative?Liberal.
commented 2018-11-29 16:45:20 -0500
Good luck Cathy. I am hoping in the coming weeks and months that things will become more clear and more confident choices can be made all around. I am as nervous as you are.
commented 2018-11-29 13:59:41 -0500
Yes I’m 100% against the sickening UN and always have been and always will be. But I am going to stand with the conservative party because I don’t know anything about Bernier, a pissed off conservative leadership loser, who’s on the liberal side, doing everything he can to destroy Scheer and the conservative party. I didn’t miss any point Liza Rosie but I believe you have. In the end everyone will vote the way they choose obviously. Enough said.
commented 2018-11-29 03:35:08 -0500
It’s just not going to let me post my comment…
commented 2018-11-29 00:08:58 -0500
commented 2018-11-28 22:57:39 -0500
I agree Liza, Michelle Rempel gets kudos for passionately speaking from the heart and unscripted!

As Rex Murphy recently recommended, it’s time to “play hardball”; “it’s past time to reverse the current in Canada’s energy debate”. However, the Conservative party under Scheer having thrown up the white flag with respect to the Paris Climate Accord is hardly playing hardball and represents going along with the current.

Cathy R calls for “Ban the U.N., I am with you there 100%, and That also means that I am with Bernier who calls for pulling out of the “dysfunctional” U.N. Meanwhile, Scheer whipped his MPs to support the U.N. Paris Climate Accord and you are gung ho for Scheer??
commented 2018-11-28 20:15:11 -0500
Ayn Rand, not Anne.
commented 2018-11-28 20:13:46 -0500
This is what Trudeau is doing to us and worse. Anne Rand’s Atlas Shrugged is no longer fiction. Scheer is not going to be an effective counter. You can call it what you want. This is the hill to die on. I will not vote for one more politician who is going to lie, steal and put my safety at risk, by action or complacency.
commented 2018-11-28 20:06:48 -0500
“Turning your back on the conservative party because of one disgruntled mp is not rational”
Cathy you have entirely missed the point.
commented 2018-11-28 20:03:34 -0500
Listening to the Honourable MP Rempel speak brings great joy in the belief that Canada is not yet completely destroyed; that there are still decent normal people with the backbone to stand up and speak out. Kudos to you Michelle! Keep up the good fight
commented 2018-11-28 19:36:29 -0500
Liza, The CPC have some good conservative members, but Scheer has them on a short leash.

Or Scheer sends them packing if they have any individual thinking powers.
Trost, Leitch Bernier and others.
commented 2018-11-28 19:23:16 -0500
Turning your back on the conservative party because of one disgruntled mp is not rational, makes no sense at all and is going to screw Canada over. It is going to help the liberal party, period.
commented 2018-11-28 18:48:17 -0500
In Question period they all shit all over each other. That’s the name of the game. Bernier isn’t a part of the cpc anymore and has no reason not to be as hard on the conservatives as he is on the liberals. Bernier is on my side and the side of thousands of other disenfranchised Canadians.
Cathy what you consider an exaggerated differentiation of the parties is close. The liberals are actually the full on communists with a Trudeau at the helm, and the CPC are some sort of liberal mutation. The NDP have been absorbed or disappeared, that party is too inept to even be on the map these days. Where they will disperse to is anyone’s guess. Back under rocks? That leaves the only real conservative party with conservative values, the Peoples Party Of Canada.

The CPC have some good conservative members, but Scheer has them on a short leash.
commented 2018-11-28 18:35:14 -0500
Actions speak louder than words, and Scheer’s actions, or lack there of, are the reasons that real conservatives don’t like him, and more importantly, don’t trust him. He’s a fake conservative. And that psychotic smile is totally unnerving!
commented 2018-11-28 17:59:44 -0500
Liza Rosie, You make it sound as though the conservatives are actually an extension of the liberal party. So now Canada has the liberals, the liberal extension of the liberal party, and the communist NDP. Sounds a little exaggerated. It’s time for the conservative party to get behind the leader that was chosen and make it strong. I’ve watched Scheer in parliament going after Trudeau and making very good points. Bernier and the liberals are shitting all over the conservatives. It’s what the liberals and cbc do best and now Bernier, which makes me wonder what’s really going on and who’s side is Bernier really on.
commented 2018-11-28 17:20:27 -0500
Having said that, Rempel gets kudos for this. She can sure kick butt. I just wish I could hear Scheer talk this way, with such passion and conviction. I think this is an attack (from a few places not just in-country) to not only create a ‘new economy’ as Butts would tell us, but a new way to begin controlling literally everything. Justin is probably happy GM is closing down, other companies leaving and pipelines kiboshed. The sooner everything crashes the sooner the elites can start filling their pockets by rebuilding out of the dust and the ashes of our once productive, safe and happy lives, their globalist dystopian horror show. Damn straight Trudeau is happy.

Alberta isn’t going to have anything to give over to cushion the fall for the rest of Canada, and there is little love right now. Michelle sounds so genuine. Why can’t Scheer sound that convincing? Saying one thing before you get elected and another after, tends to leave a bad taste in people’s mouths. Does Scheer share Michelle’s sentiments on the exaggerated stance the liberals take on carbon dioxide omissions? If so why does he still stand with the Paris Accord emissions targets?

Why does Michelle ban any dissenting questions on her twitter feed?
commented 2018-11-28 17:08:29 -0500
Cathy I think its more a deep disappointment and the realization of what an opposition with Scheer as leader means, if he even retains that standing. He has signed onto the Paris accord nonsense, you can’t be a little preggers. He and the CPC are globalists. There was no point in Bernier staying with the CPC because Scheer told him in no uncertain terms and through demotions, that he did not want to hear anything he had to say.

I am grateful for Bernier starting a new party. I look forward to voting for principals I agree with for once. I don’t think Canada will be able to defend itself against the globalist onslaught unless we have at the very least, a new opposition party to Trudeau. There is no trust in Scheer and that is not Bernier’s fault.
commented 2018-11-28 15:40:14 -0500
Ron Joseph, That was an inspiring video. Trudeau is a traitor to Canada and needs to be stopped from agreeing with anything the UN has to say. The UN is out to destroy and rob all resources from all democratic nations and their citizens. Ban the UN.
commented 2018-11-28 15:08:57 -0500
I don’t think Scheer is usless. I believe much of the hatred for Scheer is coming from Max Bernier’s bad attitude over losing the conservative leadership race and I also think that many liberals are promoting the Scheer hatred and preference for Bernier because they know this upheaval is going to help the liberal party perhaps win the next election. It’s actually sickening to hear all the negative talk against the conservative party and Scheer. Bernier should have remained in the conservative party and been a strong voice for the conservatives. This division BS is harming the conservative party big time and Canadians can’t afford or survive another 4 years under Trudeau. If there are problems with the conservative leadership it should be addressed and fixed now so they can win big in 2019.
commented 2018-11-28 13:46:52 -0500
Where is that useless twat Scheer? Why is he not denouncing that Paris Climate lunacy?
commented 2018-11-28 10:47:39 -0500
Destroying jobs in Alberta by blocking our access to markets was PM Butt’s plan all along. That there would be a budget shortfall likely wasn’t factored in. They have this magical thinking that the economy would pivot to run on rainbows, unicorn farts and sunny ways. Because Budgets Balance themselves…

That their mismanagement and Trump snubbing is now starting to kill jobs in the east should be a wakeup call. So instead expect them to double down on fail.

Tru-uhh-uhh-DOHHH!!!… Won by a couple percentage points less than Harper did. Since then you see more conservative governments elected in ON and QC. And the Dope-phaunt is running Full Ahead Stupid…
commented 2018-11-28 10:43:24 -0500
The world runs on oil. That is a fact. “Green energy” is usually costly, and if you examine it properly, is pretty dirty itself, using toxic materials shipped in from remote locations to where it is put to use, and there are little means of disposing of spent products. How are these “green” products manufactured and transported? Oil.

Doubling the work force in “green” technology is a great Liberal comment, but how many jobs does that mean? Two years ago was it 50 people which doubled to 100? But we do know how many Albertan jobs have been lost due to Liberal and local NDP anti-oil policies.

Everything from the plastic used in the manufacture of anything, nylon coats, shoes, insulation, synthetic cloth, the movement of materials and movement of produce and products is oil based.

Wind turbines quadruple the cost of electricity and cost millions to disassemble when they fail, and they do fail all the time. Coal, natural gas and oil are reliable. If carbon based energy generation is so evil, why aren’t there more nuclear energy plants, and why is there no new construction?

Electric cars? How is the electric power generated? Not so clean after all. Besides, we are told to use less electricity because the power grid can’t handle more load; so we have to pay punitive power prices expected to force us to use less. We need electricity to live in our Western civilisation. We need oil for our Western civilisation.

Baby Doc Trudeau, our dumber than a rock trust fund baby-like PM, just loves virtue signalling. He is also following in his fudged-up father’s footsteps. Kill the Alberta economy while having it finance the parts of the country that won’t allow the extraction of their own oil and gas, such as Quebec which is sitting on 17 trillion cubic meters of natural gas but refuses to extract/drill. Same for Nova Scotia. Fracking stupid.

BTW, what did Alberta (and Manitoba and Saskatchewan) ever do to the Trudeau family that gives them such a hate-on for our West?