July 21, 2019

William McBeath: Justin Trudeau lives in an entirely different world than we do

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

On this week's episode of The Gunn Show, William McBeath from Save Calgary joined me to to talk about how surprising it is that the Liberal Party manages to retain any of their seats in Alberta.

Justin Trudeau was recently in Calgary for the Stampede, but he was really in the city to attend a Liberal Party fundraiser.

As well, McBeath goes over the trouble that local Alberta Liberal MPs have been getting in to lately that you may have missed.

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commented 2019-07-26 02:13:48 -0400
“A) Thank you for proving my point that you are an urbo-weenie who thinks people only live in cities. "

Most of us do.

“B)There are cities in Manitoba besides Winnipeg.”

none worth mentioning. Brandon, perhaps, although it would be When you start talking about Steinbach or Portage as “cities”, you’re pretty much done.

“C)Not all people in Winnipeg support Trudeau. Not by a long shot. " I
I don’t think I argued that.was the case. However, the city is wall to wall red, except Transcona which is NDP.

“D) Manitoba population: 1,300,000
Winnipeg population: 718,000

So only half of Manitobans live in Winnipeg. Note- see C) above. "

Just over half = majority.

“I live here so I think I have a better grasp in it than you have.”

I’ve lived in Winnipeg among many other places.

I’ll trust Manitobans to get a grasp on things when they figure out how to use merge lanes without stopping dead in their tracks.
commented 2019-07-26 01:45:14 -0400
“Andrew…why …pray tell..would they tollerate new comers doing things here…that would never be tollerated if your generation were migrants on their turf? From whence cometh this masochism and self loathing?”

Most of us are mature enough to not blame the immigrants, we’re not competing with the recent ones economically, and the ones raised here are in the same boat we are .We never really distinguished between “old stock” and new amongst our educational colleagues, and the Zers are the same way (when I see mostly immigrants in STEM programs, especially those with unfilled seats wide open for the taking, I have very little sympathy for those who complain about it. Don’t blame them for actually taking the initiative while you sit on your butt and still expect to be treated preferentially.).

I’m not convinced it’s entirely an economic phenomenon as well. I drifted, myself – arguably, still am to some extent,, and I was literally never under-employed. I actually gave up a pretty good job to go back to school. If there are economic woes, it’s easy to recognize the twin failures of the 2008 economic collapse, and the inability of Canada to rebuild a reasonably diverse economy outside the energy sector in the aftermath (something that really only happened after the 2014 energy collapse), had a lot of the blame.
commented 2019-07-25 00:50:39 -0400
“In essence, the Trudeau experience IS the Canadian experience for ten million 20, 30 and 40 somethings. "

Andrew…why …pray tell..would they tollerate new comers doing things here…that would never be tollerated if your generation were migrants on their turf? From whence cometh this masochism and self loathing?
commented 2019-07-24 18:20:12 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON
The same people who warmly welcomed the Prime Minister to recent (carefully chosen urban) appearances? Yep.

Or are you defining Manitoba by only what lies outside the Perimeter, notwithstanding that that sliver of land holds the majority of the people, and a number of Liberal ridings?
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A) Thank you for proving my point that you are an urbo-weenie who thinks people only live in cities.

B)There are cities in Manitoba besides Winnipeg.

C)Not all people in Winnipeg support Trudeau. Not by a long shot.

D) Manitoba population: 1,300,000
Winnipeg population: 718,000

So only half of Manitobans live in Winnipeg. Note- see C) above.

I live here so I think I have a better grasp in it than you have.
commented 2019-07-23 12:02:16 -0400
ALBERTA MAGA commented 10 hours ago
Andrew Stephenson you obviously do not know any AVERAGE CANADIANS! Sorry but they are not like our moronic trust fund baby who has done little work in his life , nor has he known hardship or desperation or wondered how the next bill will be paid.”

His life path, of idly wandering between different paths, into and out of school, idealistic yet directionless, sounds incredibly like the life paths of millions of X, Mills, and Zs just like him, or not far behind. Trust fund baby? How is that different than the “bank of Mom and Dad” that has become ubiquitous, a tremendous intergenerational transfer of wealth?

No, most Canadians are not in situations of hardship or overt financial desperation. We’re worried about the price of houses in Vancouver, sure (something far more impactful than say a nickel on gas), but that’s a problem of rather different scale.

In essence, the Trudeau experience IS the Canadian experience for ten million 20, 30 and 40 somethings.

DUKE OF PADUCAH commented 11 hours ago

Says the urbo-weenie who never leaves the city. They seem a lot like the people here in Manitoba."

The people in Manitoba, such as the Winnipeg PPC caucus calling out Bernier for letting his party be overrun by conspiracy theorists and racists? Sounds like Trudeau to me. The same people who warmly welcomed the Prime Minister to recent appearances? Yep.

Or are you defining Manitoba by only what lies outside the Perimeter, notwithstanding that that sliver of land holds the majority of the people, and a number of Liberal ridings?
commented 2019-07-23 02:04:07 -0400
Duke of Paducah well said most Canadians have to work for a living, they do not identify with the spoiled brat.
commented 2019-07-23 02:02:57 -0400
Andrew Stephenson you obviously do not know any AVERAGE CANADIANS! Sorry but they are not like our moronic trust fund baby who has done little work in his life , nor has he known hardship or desperation or wondered how the next bill will be paid.
commented 2019-07-23 00:44:52 -0400
Another Andrew opinion masquerading as fact.
commented 2019-07-23 00:44:23 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 12 hours ago
Politically, economically, and culturally, the average Canadian is more like Trudeau than the average Stampede attendee. Alberta is deeply out of step with ROC.
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Says the urbo-weenie who never leaves the city. They seem a lot like the people here in Manitoba.
commented 2019-07-22 21:10:31 -0400
Trudeau is a rich punk who knows nothing of the world we live in. He’s never had to scrimp and save. He’s gone to the finest schools. He dines at the best restaurants. He’s never had to budget. He’s never even missed a meal due to lack of food. He’s a spoiled brat who needs to be voted out this October.
commented 2019-07-22 18:13:12 -0400
Butts licker is back with tea bagger Mohammad Trudeau to impliment their NWO globalist UN Soros (satan) sponsored “pay back whitey” population replacement of Canadians.
They are all part of the globalist satanic cabal sponsored in part by the great beast Soros. Look to the mass rapes and murders, rioting , no go zones and Shiara nightmare ……..oops I mean “cultural enrichment” of Swedenastan and Western Europe to see Canada’s future.
commented 2019-07-22 13:40:58 -0400
Dale Warren,
well said.
I stated pre electioin 2015, “if canadians vote in trudeau, WE ARE NEVER GOING TO BE ABLE TO GET RID OF HIM!
Was I wrong??
oh and I also stated:” HE TOLD AND SHOWED US ALL THROUGHOUT THE CAMPAIGN HOW VILE, ANTI CANADIAN, RACIST, PRO TERRORIST /RADICAL ISLAM PANDERING/COVETING, CONTROLLING, LYING AND THIEVING HE WAS AND THAT HE WAS GOING TO DESTROY US AND CANADA" if elected!
again, was I wrong??
commented 2019-07-22 13:35:04 -0400
As I said in 2015 . . . Gerald Butts is the most dangerous loon in Canada.
Justin the Trust Funder is just an Empty Suit . . . as I predicted in 2015. He has much exceeded my expectations and has done enormous damage to the Country.
Today I suspect Canada never comes back, the USA is booming with a competent Businessman at the helm, as Canada wallows towards failure . . . listening to the Pravda govt funded Media.
commented 2019-07-22 13:10:53 -0400
HEY FOLKS, BUTTS IS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
YUp, he’s ALMOST MORE CORRUPT, VILE , LYING AND THIEVING THAN TRUDEAU BUT AS TRUDEAU IS IN PANIC MODE HE HAS BROUGHT HIS BFF BACK TO CONTINUE THE LIES, DECEIT, TREASON, PILLAGING AND DESTRUCTION OF OUR FORMER COUNTRY AND WE CANUKS while he continues to STUFF HIS POCKETS AT THE TROUGH!
TOLD YOU ALL WE ARE NOT GOING TO GET RID OF TRUDEAUESPECIALLY NOW THAT HIS NAZI COHORT IS BACK!
Gee, wonder HOW MUCH THE BRIBE WAS TO BRING THE ROTTEN BASTARD BACK!

https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/kinsella-liberals-deserve-a-swift-kick-in-the-butts#comments
commented 2019-07-22 13:04:28 -0400
No, the average Canadian is not nearly as corrupt, incompetent, vain, arrogant and self indulgent as Junior. That dog won’t hunt Andrew.
commented 2019-07-22 12:18:11 -0400
Politically, economically, and culturally, the average Canadian is more like Trudeau than the average Stampede attendee. Alberta is deeply out of step with ROC.
commented 2019-07-22 10:55:21 -0400
Mr. Dress Up sure looks like a goof, in a cowboy hat! LOL.
It’s not just that Justa Loser is all hat and no cattle, which is obvious for anyone to see, it’s that he doesn’t even play a man, convincingly…he has no credibility as a man or anything else.
I sure would like the opportunity to knock that hat off his foppish, girly-man head…
commented 2019-07-22 00:55:50 -0400
Robert McClelland commented 6 hours ago
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Since that video Warren now works for Elizabeth May. I hope he keeps his Sun News job.
commented 2019-07-21 23:37:56 -0400
Just śhows how easily led, stupid and brainwashed many people are that they can bring themselves to vote for such an obvious alien globalist trust fund baby elitist Islamist PC freak like Mohammad Trudeau.
His life style is alien to anyone who has bills or has to work for a living in the real world