October 3, 2023 6:07 am

Andrew Lawton of Rebel News analyzes the “terrible” leadership of NDP, “desperate” Liberals, and “optimistic” Conservatives.

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The Conservative convention concluded on Saturday with a performance by Quebecois singer Jeanick Fournier, who recently gained fame as the winner of Canada’s Got Talent. The three-day convention was jam-packed with various events, including heated policy discussions, debates, and amendments. The Liberals even made an appearance outside the venue in response to the Conservatives. The overall atmosphere and the enthusiasm among attendees clearly indicated a widespread eagerness for a change in government.

Andrew Lawton of True North pointed out that the Conservatives have lost in the past three elections (2015, 2019, and 2021), and it is clear that people are growing tired of Justin Trudeau’s leadership. Despite the consistent problems with Trudeau’s government, the Liberals’ messaging appears stagnant, with comments like Pablo Rodriguez’s comparing the Conservative messages to those of the “Republican” and “Far-Right.” Lawton emphasizes that the Conservative message is not inherently aligned with far-right ideologies, as it also addresses issues like housing affordability for young people.

The Liberals’ outside appearance at the convention indicates their concern about the Conservatives dominating media coverage. Lawton believes that the polls consistently showing the Conservatives within reach of victory should worry the Liberals, as these numbers are not easily reversed. However, the ultimate decision to call an election depends on the NDP, led by Jagmeet Singh. Given the NDP’s agreement with the Liberals to maintain power until 2025, many are curious about Singh’s stance on upholding this pact.

Lawton criticizes Singh’s leadership, stating that he has offered nothing to the NDP in terms of concessions or policies, and has also faced electoral losses. Lawton predicts that if the NDP performs poorly in the next election, Singh will likely be replaced as leader. Therefore, Singh needs to maintain the status quo and uphold the agreement with the Liberals to secure his position.

The convention also featured clashes between politicians and journalists. Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault evaded questions about his criticism of Canadian fossil fuels while promoting energy sources from the Communist Party of China. This kind of inconsistency in messaging raises concerns about the government’s stance on energy issues.

In conclusion, the Conservative convention was a highly eventful three-day affair filled with policy discussions, debates, and notable appearances. The enthusiasm and desire for change among attendees were palpable throughout the event. The convention also highlighted the stagnancy in the Liberal messaging and raised questions about the NDP’s role in future elections. With the Conservative party consistently performing well in the polls, and the dissatisfaction with the Trudeau government, the upcoming election could bring significant changes in Canadian politics.

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