October 20, 2015

WATCH: Theo Caldwell -- Justin Trudeau is "a ridiculous ballerina;" worse than Obama

Rebel Staff

Author and broadcaster Theo Caldwell joined Ezra Levant of TheRebel.media to cover the 2015 Canadian federal election in their brand new studio.

As it became clear that the Liberal Party, led by Justin Trudeau, were headed for a majority government that would sweep Conservative PM Stephen Harper out of office, Theo let loose with a hilarious, high energy reaction for the ages:

"This country is so completely mentally checked out to elect this ridiculous ballerina," said Caldwell.

"The culture that would elect a Justin Trudeau -- that's what worries me the most."

Ezra agrees: "I think people were voting for a boyfriend."


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commented 2015-10-21 12:47:55 -0400
I remember watching the debates, and with Justin’s childish interruptions and just the immature way he went on about things unrelated to the topic being discussed, I was thinking there is no way in hell Canada would be stupid enough to vote in this twerp. Unfortunately I overestimated the intelligence of Canadians. That, or I just was one of the few people who were immune to the “Trudeau-mania” plague, a disease that kills every trace of common sense a person has.
commented 2015-10-21 02:38:46 -0400
Tonight I told my 10 year old why I voted the way I did. But I also told her to think for herself. Don’t let me or anyone one else including the news tell you who to vote for.
commented 2015-10-21 02:18:51 -0400
Some kind of spell was cast and now something wicked this way comes.
commented 2015-10-21 01:10:52 -0400
With less than one fully year of work experience and lots of questionable friends and associates Justin is perfectly prepared to make a mess of everything.
commented 2015-10-21 00:18:21 -0400
Benjamin Reid commented
so your view is RIGHT and the 6,928,514 Canadian were ALL WRONG?? get your head out of your a$$e$….
accept what Canadians have voted for….

Since the Liberals and NDP complained so bitterly and loudly about the statistics after Harper’s win, is it not fair play that we should now do the same?
Trudeau ONLY RECEIVED 39.5% of the vote that means 60.5 % WERE AGAINST TRUDEAU!!!!

19 hours ago – Federal election results 2015 Justin Trudeau’s Liberals to form majority … of the new total of 338 seats — with 39.5 per cent of the popular vote.
commented 2015-10-20 23:09:57 -0400
It’s time to start taking Western independence seriously. BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan & Manitoba need to get together as a political trade block, similar to the EU, and either demand Ottawa recognize them as a self-governing autonomous region or leave Canada altogether.
commented 2015-10-20 21:41:10 -0400
Benny Reid,
You got it wrong Benny. 6.928.514 Canadians just got brainwashed by the Libbers, Nasty Sneaky Propaganda Machine, commonly known as MSM. Liberals have never been known for their honesty.
commented 2015-10-20 17:55:08 -0400
Whats that say about how far Canada has gone down the rabbit hole. Its nothing to be proud of.
commented 2015-10-20 17:53:48 -0400
Agreed Jason.
There’s another one, hey Benjamin, you mean like all the loser, low information sluts against Harper, and the lunatics who abandoned all reason just to make something different happen? Who bought into the lies and bullshit of Harper derangement syndrome, do you mean all those stupid Canadians? The ones too stupid to look further than their own back yards? Those stupid Canadians who get all their opinions from their friends on facebook? Those 6,928,514 stupid Canadians?
commented 2015-10-20 17:53:00 -0400
Benjamin, I do accept it. I accept that Canadians didn’t want a proud independent vision of Canada. They want a wimpy Eurofag suck up to the UN kind of country.
commented 2015-10-20 17:50:42 -0400
Millions of Canadians are happy because they are stupid as sheep.
commented 2015-10-20 17:49:02 -0400
The left has a way of deifying the most ridiculous ass hats imaginable.
Love it Caldwell. You are right about the culture.
commented 2015-10-20 17:44:31 -0400
Watch all the bedwetting liberals too cowardly to post here before their boy toy fantasy got in, start showing up, like this dylan keil. Bloody bottom feeders.
commented 2015-10-20 17:35:01 -0400
Seen on the mens room wall of Studio 54:
“For a GOOD time, call Justins Mom!!!”
commented 2015-10-20 17:34:37 -0400
so your view is RIGHT and the 6,928,514 Canadian were ALL WRONG?? get your head out of your a$$e$….

accept what Canadians have voted for….
commented 2015-10-20 17:34:14 -0400
Jimmy the left had a cow when Harper won and has never stopped whining and hating, so spare us your hypocrisy please. And try living in reality, we live in a free country , if you hate the opinions of others then TOO DAMN BAD.
commented 2015-10-20 15:50:37 -0400
Someone has to pop the balloon in his head. Just keeping it real., Kenneth.
commented 2015-10-20 15:02:51 -0400
“A red tide is a form of toxic algae.” Well said, Lynn. And unfortunately for Canada, the tide has come in again.

THEREBEL.MEDIA is more important now than ever before. We need to hold Justin’s feet to the fire and call him out publicly on every idiotic piece of legislation he (who am I kidding) or rather his pal Butts come up with to ruin Canada. He makes McGuinty look like a genius, so we better get at it now and stay with THEREBEL.MEDIA and help it grow.
commented 2015-10-20 14:49:29 -0400
Just remember Jimmy; a a red tide is a form of toxic algae.
commented 2015-10-20 14:48:11 -0400
Imagine that, Jimmy calling Trudeau’s wisdom " bullshut"! Jimmy, what’s it like living in lala land? Happy dreams!
commented 2015-10-20 14:40:53 -0400
In the meantime, the official opposition needs an interim leader. I wouldn’t rush Harper out the door just yet.
commented 2015-10-20 14:40:37 -0400
Deborah, I am totally in agreement with you as to who Justin is and what is coming. And I agree that Harper is a competent economist. I said all that. But I think we have to realize that Harper has some flaws as a political leader, and they contributed to this election result. He was distant, miserly and not someone most people could think of as a friend.

I sent letter after letter to the PMO warning them that this was coming, if Harper didn’t reverse course of the policies I mentioned in my comment below, to no avail. They had become Ottawa-ized, forgetting who put them there. They were oblivious to the needs of real people on the ground. Harper was caught up in foreign policy and had forgotten that the people who elected him were ordinary people who want their mail in their mailbox and their OAS at 65.

I know the MSM went all out to defeat Harper, but unfortunately, he gave them some material to work with. If he had kept his feet to the ground and listened to the people instead of traipsing around on the international stage, I believe he would have won this election. Alas, that was not what happened. I blame the MSM, but not only the MSM. Harper made the same mistake that whatsisname made in the last Ontario election: forgetting real people and their needs.

Thus, we have no power now, in Queens Park or Ottawa, and we better realize why, or we won’t be back in power for a long time. Better to swallow the hard pill now and fix it, than to delude ourselves and miss again next time.
commented 2015-10-20 14:38:21 -0400
Wake up Dylan, CANADA IS NO LONGER A DEMOCRACY. AS OF LAST NIGHT, IT BECAME AN ISLAMIC STATE. People like you and the MSM managed to grease Justin into power. Innocent People will now suffer, to the extreme.
commented 2015-10-20 14:30:33 -0400

Even if your bullshit and hyperbole was true – Canadians have spoken, that’s what they want. Maybe you are out of touch.
commented 2015-10-20 14:28:02 -0400

I welcome being proven right or wrong when it comes to Trudeau. Harper had to go – so really, it is completely worth it either way and there is always going to be the next election.
commented 2015-10-20 14:22:30 -0400
Kenneth Lawrence – I disagree, about the bean counter comment. I want someone who is in control, and has his finger on the pulse of our economy. Harper was that man. Now we have a spendaholic at the helm, who hasn’t got a clue about anything, and he is going to ruin a once great country. There will be no pieces left to pick up, once he is done.
commented 2015-10-20 14:20:45 -0400
And BTW, expect Justin to institute a new voting system before the next election, probably so-called ‘preferential’ ballots, which his adviser Butts has undoubtedly realized will keep the Liberals in power in perpetuity, i.e. legalized dictatorship, which Junior will also undoubtedly like just fine. Either that or, as Lynn (below) mentions, proportional representation. But I don’t think that, after getting a majority, Junior is going to go for that, since it would mean having to form a coalition after every election. Defacto Dictatorship will seem a much better option to Junior and Butts.
commented 2015-10-20 14:13:43 -0400
Millions of Canadians are very happy today with this change finally". Very true. Millions of Canadians are happy living in world where the budgets balance themselves, deficits are a measure of a nation’s success, China is a nation to be admired, a global climate change catastrophe is just around the corner because of man-made CO2 emissions, oil is bad, abortion is good, pot is good, Islam is a religion of peace, unvetted immigration is good, we must rethink such concepts as space and time, etc. Happy dreams!
commented 2015-10-20 14:13:13 -0400
Jimmy, you have no idea what’s coming. But you are going to find out when Junior runs Canada into the ground. Four years from now this country is going to be a piece of wreckage, morally even more than today, and economically.

But I don’t hold it against my fellow Canadians for tossing the last government. They made mistakes, and Harper just wasn’t someone, despite his economic competence, who people could warm to. Let’s face it, he was a miser, and people don’t like misers. Even a staunch conservative like me didn’t like some of his policies, such as eliminating door-to-door mail delivery and raising OAS to age 67. Those polices were just miserly, and people didn’t want a miserly bean counter accountant as PM any longer. I get that. But they should have stuck with him in any case, because he at least had some competence. What we are getting now with Junior is the product of the same red-green MSM dimwit mentality that is running Alberta into the ground as I write this. And Canada isn’t going to be the better for it.