September 11, 2022

Poilievre crushes Laurentian Elite Charest in first ballot

Pierre Poilievre dispensed the naysayers in the Canadian Conservative leadership convention and swept the top job on the first ballot, something that hasn’t happened since Stephen Harper kicked off his political dynasty in 2004.

The Poilievre movement brought 300,000 new members into the Conservative Party (myself and my wife included), which resulted in 68% of votes. The Laurentian elite anointed (and media approved) candidate was Jean Charest,  who was clubbed like a baby seal, stitching together a mere 16% of the vote. This morning Charest announced his departure from politics.


The entirety of Charest support originated in the Ottawa and Quebec liberal strongholds. Even downtown Toronto, where the Conservatives are dominated by so-called “Red Tories”, voted overwhelmingly for Poilievre.

The few Charest supporters whose lives are confined almost entirely to a bubble-wrapped echo chamber surrounding downtown Ottawa are now ruminating that Poilievre is “unelectable” and can’t beat Justin Trudeau in an election contest.

There have even been rumblings of the prospect that Trudeau may, if Poilievre were to win, call a snap election this fall in order to catch the , inexperienced populist off-guard. In August, Jean Charest sent a desperate, hyperventilating email to party members begging for their support and fearmongering the prospect of Trudeau trouncing an unprepared Poilievre this fall:

Firing the Governor of the Bank of Canada and embracing Bitcoin you say? lol. WHERE DO I SIGN UP?

Any snap election this fall would be the political miscalculation of the century. The map above shows you everything you need to know about what is happening in Canada: a mad-as-hell public, betrayed, and increasingly demonized by  out-of-touch elites from an entitled political class that straddles all parties.

When the trucker convoy started in February, I said its mishandling would cost all three party leaders their job and it had gutted any remaining credibility of Canadian mainstream media. This thesis is playing out in spades.

The last time the Canadian public was this disenfranchised and alienated by the incumbent government was when Brian Mulroney’s Progressive Conservative party was literally destroyed in the 1993 federal election, going from 156 seats to 2. They lost their party status, and that was the end of the PCs (until the aforementioned Harper led a reconstituted Conservative Party – with elements of the Reform Party and Canadian Alliance – to power in 2006).

The Liberals are headed for a similar fate. Earlier this year Trudeau and the millionaire Marxist Jagmeet Singh merged their parties into a Liberal/Socialist coalition in a deal that would keep them in power until 2025. If the alliance hangs together that long it will remain to be seen whether Trudeau actually sticks around for the election. It’s more likely that he bows out, leaving one of his underlings holding the bag for the inevitable carnage that will see the Liberals utterly eviscerated the next time Canadian voters get a crack at them.

Coda: Poilievre Derangement Syndrome is already a thing

It appears as though left-wing heads are exploding all over the internet as triggered libs are already equating Poilievre with white supremacy and appealing for King Charles to intercede…

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  1. BTW, it seems you still don’t understand that Trudeau doesn’t care about the next election. He is working for the WEF and the much more shadowy entities behind it. He is disposable. He will do much damage and it’s on purpose.

    We should all rally behind Maxime Bernier because he is the only hope.

    1. You apparently don’t know that Maxine Bernier has attended a few Bilderberg Meeting in 2008, along with Peter MacKay. He has since “denounced” his connection with the WEF, seems to be what Pierre Poilievre has done as well – so why is it ok for Bernier and not Pierre? Also, Max is a sore loser, he quit the party because he didn’t win the leadership race, just like Charest did. Bernier is not a capable leader of Canada, I trust Pierre 100% more. Also, Pierre has never asked for Vaccine Passports at a rally, that’s just not true. Canadians would not elect anyone who mentioned that as part of their campaign.

  2. Poilievre is a fraud, and no friend to the crypto industry.

    I should know, I’m suing the government for over $120 million for what they did to my crypto R&D company. Poilievre knows all about it, and won’t say a word. I’ve already won the lawsuit. My accusations were so on point they didn’t even bother trying to defend themselves.

    If you didn’t know this case existed, ask why.

    1. Are you suing the Liberal Government or are you suing Pierre Poilievre who is in opposition to the Government and is not responsible for what the Liberal Government does. There would be no reason for Pierre to speak on it in either case.

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