Canada Sept 20, 2021 election, vote PPC, vote for freedom

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    There’s a really important election in Canada on Sept 20, 2021. IMO,  the only party that makes any sense is the People’s Party of Canada (PPC). I’m not going to tell you who to vote for, but please at least look at their platform.
    The PPC’s reputation has been repeatedly tarnished by the media and they have been unjustly banned from the debates.



    Other than Viva Frei, I how no idea what the PPC is.



    @Legatus_Legionis Viva Frei is great, I think he actually has a shot in his neighbourhood. If I was still living in Montreal I would figure out how to vote for him.

    PPC is the only party that is pushing for freedom. Maxime Bernier used to be a Conservative MP and lost the lead to Andrew Scheer, he then decided to form his own party. TLDR; all the political parties seem to be pushing for the same stuff right now e.g. vacation passport, Quebec pandering, carbon tax, ridiculous housing regulation, etc. The PPC is the only party that offers a common sense in my opinion. Just look up some of their videos, the interview Maxime Bernier did 2 years ago on Rubin Report was pretty good, but it was before the pandemic.



    It looks like Erin O’Tool is getting destroyed today for his stance on Vaccine Passport


    I don’t know if you heard this @MrBidwell , but the star up-and-coming Lib-Tard cabinet minister is already in big SH!T, and that is even before he gets sworn in.

    Calgary police investigate Liberal MP-elect George Chahal

    An investigation has been launched into an incident involving Liberal MP-elect George Chahal, Calgary police confirm.

    Chahal, formerly a city councillor, ran for the Liberals in the riding of Calgary Skyview and captured the sole non-Conservative seat in the city from incumbent Jag Sahota on Monday.

    The day before the election, he was captured on a doorbell camera removing one of Sahota’s campaign flyers and replacing it with one of his own.

    A Calgary police spokesperson confirmed that a complaint was received.

    “The report has been directed to our Anti-Corruption Unit that handles investigations of a sensitive nature or involving a public official,” read a statement from the spokesperson.

    “We are in the very early stages of the investigation and at this point we have not yet determined if the investigation will remain with CPS or be transitioned to another investigative body, such as Elections Canada.”

    Not yet sworn in, and already in a political scandal!  A perfect fit for Turd-eau’s government.

    Penalties could include fine, jail time
    Elections Canada responded that if there was a contravention of the Canada Elections Act, it would be up to the Commissioner of Canada Elections to investigate and decide.

    The office of the Commissioner of Canada Elections says it won’t confirm if it has received a complaint or started an investigation.

    It says the Canada Elections Act contains a section on impairing or preventing the transmission of election advertising, which includes defacing or removing election signs or other election advertisements.

    If charges were laid by the commissioner, possible penalties set out in the act include a fine of up to $5,000 and up to six months in jail. The commissioner can also use informal means to resolve a complaint, like a caution or information letter.

    Jail time!

    Cabinet contender
    Lori Williams, a professor of political science at Calgary’s Mount Royal University, said the investigation is a big hit for an MP that was likely to be tapped for cabinet as one of only two Liberals elected in Alberta.

    “When you know there are questions around the judgment of an MP-elect before cabinet selections have been made, it’s much less likely that they’ll be chosen for cabinet unless the investigation shows there’s nothing to worry about, no charges will be laid, no offence being considered,” she said.

    “Unless that sort of information comes up in time for the cabinet picks, this is likely to disqualify George Chahal from membership in the cabinet.”

    First error in judgement, being a Lib-Tard.

    Second error in judgement, running as a Lib-Tard.

    Third error in judgement, removing election signs or other election advertisements.

    The errors in judgement is many, and will only grow exponentially once he is sworn in.



    Justin Trudeau was out jogging when he tripped, fell over the bridge railing and landed in the creek below.

    Before his body guards could get to him, three kids pulled him out of the water.

    He was so grateful he offered the kids whatever they wanted.

    The first kid said, “I want to go to Disney World.”

    Trudeau said; “Not a problem, I’ll take you there by helicopter, everyone uses that”.

    The second kid said, “I want a new pair of Nike Air Jordan’s.”

    “I’ll get them for you and even have Michael Jordan sign them!”

    The third kid, which happened to be a Newfoundlander, said, “I want a motorized wheelchair with a built in TV and stereo headset!!”

    Trudeau is a little perplexed by this and says, “But you don’t look like you are handicapped.”

    The kid says; “I will be after my dad finds out I saved you from drowning!”


    New investigation confirmed in Liberal MP-elect George Chahal flyer controversy

    Lawyers for the Conservative incumbent in Calgary Skyview who lost her seat to Liberal George Chahal will ask a Calgary judge to quash the election results in that riding because of the controversy surrounding campaign flyers, CBC News has learned.

    Over what?

    The day before the election, Chahal was captured on a doorbell camera removing one of Sahota’s campaign flyers and replacing it with one of his own.

    In response to the video, Chahal said he took Sahota’s flyer because it contained incorrect polling information.

    But the flyer left by Chahal and provided to CBC Calgary by homeowner Glenn Pennett, a retired police officer, directs the voter to a polling station 16 kilometres from the one where he was required to cast a ballot.

    Sahota’s lawyer, Evan Shewchuk, provided CBC News with a copy of the flyer he says is identical to the one taken by Chahal, which includes information on the proper polling station.

    So a lib-tard was giving FALSE and MIS-LEADING polling information while removing an opponent’s factual one?  SHOCKING!

    Commissioner of Canada Elections to investigate
    On Tuesday, Shewchuk said that not only will his firm be filing a Court of Queen’s Bench application to invalidate the results in Calgary Skyview, his client was contacted by the Commissioner of Canada Elections (CCE), which told Sahota it is investigating.

    And what did it flyer’s contain?

    Sahota’s literature showed Pennett’s polling station as St. Thomas More School while the one Chahal left directed the voter to St. Clare Elementary School in a different neighbourhood, 16 kilometres from the proper location.

    The Canada Elections Act contains a section on impairing or preventing the transmission of election advertising, which includes defacing or removing election signs or other election advertisements.

    So the Lib-Tard BROKE election law.  How SHOCKING!

    If charges were laid by the commissioner, possible penalties set out in the act include a fine of up to $5,000 and up to six months in jail.

    Is that for EACH infraction?

    How many homes did this criminal do this to?

    As any good Lib-Tard, they will never apologize are take responsibility to this.

    And his claim it was misleading?  BS!  The flyer he took how to vote for Sahota was NOT misleading.  Neither where to vote NOR who to vote for.


    @Legatus_Legionis and I mean there must’ve been many other cases.

    One of the PPC candidates in Saskatchewan had over 200  campaign flyers destroyed. But nothing was done to catch the people responsible.

    At least in Alberta you have conservatives, which are leaning further to the left these days, but still better than Trudy.

    How are you dealing with the lockdowns? I feel like your province went even more nuts than BC recently


    All the media, and the “experts”, and the “naysayers”, are blasting the Premier’s past decisions, based on the “expert” opinions/models he was given.

    Second guessing, and as always, blaming the leader because he is a conservative.

    The NDP can’t wait for the next provincial election, to use this to promote their propaganda.

    And all calls for a HARD LOCKDOWN of FOUR WEEKS (and not the two weeks we heard in the past), our Premier said is like given those fully jabbed punishment because of the delta variant.


    Just like the dems in the states… the NDP/Lib-tards can’t let a good disaster to not use it politically for their own means.

    And I expect the federal Lib-Tards to make their hold on power to continue to punish the west/prairie provinces for not bending the knee to their will and giving them the majority so they can ruin Canada with their agenda.


    I just heard that apparently Trudy just locked in Canada to get booster shots until 2024 with Pfizer. Seems like 2021 is only the beginning of the Canadian segregation






    So many Canadians are so clueless, it’s pretty shocking at times

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