Three posts from Spencer Fernando on Trudeau tactics

The video above links well to the story below, both from Spencer Fernando.

58% Of Canadians Now Disapprove Of Justin Trudeau

His net approval rating is now -25 according to new Forum Research Poll.


More and more Canadians disapprove of Justin Trudeau, and his net approval rating has collapsed.

According to a new Forum Research poll, 33% of Canadians approve of Trudeau, while 58% disapprove, the highest his disapproval rate has reached during his time in office.

Trudeau’s net approval is now -25.

By contrast, Scheer’s approval rating is 31%, while 29% disapprove, giving him a net approval rating of +2. The rest say they don’t know whether they approve or disapprove of Scheer.

And of. course, Trudeau depends in part on the Global Warming lie as a major deflection from reality:

If Canada Shut Down Our Entire Economy, It Would Make Almost Zero Difference To Global Emissions

Even the smallest emission changes in China can totally overshadow anything that happens in Canada. Yet, the Trudeau government continues pushing the carbon tax scam.


The Trudeau government keeps telling us that the carbon tax is needed to ‘save’ the world from rising emissions.

Yet, the federal government website itself reveals how little Canada contributes to global emissions. Here’s what the government says about it:


“Between 2005 and 2013, global GHG emissions increased by 18.3%. During that time, emissions from China increased by 61.5%.

Canada’s emissions in 2013 made up 1.6% of global GHG emissions.”

Please visit Mr. Fernando’s site regularly for the best reporting on Canada, next to The Rebel.Media.

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2 Replies to “Three posts from Spencer Fernando on Trudeau tactics”

  1. I actually read somewhere that Canada actually has a negative CO2 score because of all the pesky trees you got up there sucking up the CO2!

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