I was glad to see, in yesterday’s Globe and Mail, that Health Canada has approved another vaccine for use in Canada. But, the same newspaper tells us, “as of this week, Canada ranked behind more than 30 countries in vaccination rates. Its number of inoculated citizens stalled in February, hovering at about 5 per cent – while peer countries such as Britain and the United States, as well as poorer countries such as Chile and Morocco, have accelerated their rollout.“
In an editorial, the Globe and Mail also says that “Right now, Canada’s pandemic response remains located somewhere between comparatively mediocre and completely FUBAR.” That’s right, the Good Grey Globe has used some old soldier’s slang to characterize just how bad the Trudeau regime’s response to the COVID 19 pandemic has been: F’ed up beyond all recognition.
Crude as it may be it is impossible to argue with the Globe and Mail‘s editorial board’s conclusion that Prime Minister Trudeau has failed on a scale that would shame most third world despots.
Oe of my interlocutors asked, “How did we get here?”
The answer, it seems to me, is simple: Justin Trudeau got us here because, in the summer of 2020, when other world leaders like Prime Ministers Johnson (UK) and Netanyahu (Israel) and even President Donald Trump were actually working to actually secure vaccine supplies for their countries, he was too busy trying to cover up his, and his family’s, involvement in the WE Charity Scandal.
We don’t, yet, know the full extent of his involvement because his PMO improperly redacted documents…
… then he prorogued Parliament to avoid questions about the scandal, and then he instructed his
trained seals MPs to filibuster committee hearings. His contempt for the people’s Parliament, for our Parliament and, therefore, for us, Canadians, is nearly boundless.
That’s why we are in this mess, in a situation that the Globe and Mail‘s editors describe as FUBAR: Justin Trudeau, when he should have been focused on helping Canada to fight back against a global pandemic, was busy mounting a Watergate level coverup. Why was he doing that? My only answer is that he must be trying to conceal Watergate level wrongdoing, which, I need not remind you, saw a head of government resign in disgrace and some of his close associate sent to prison.
I really, sincerely hope that whatever Prime Minister Trudeau is hiding does not rise (or fall) to that ~ Watergate and criminality ~ standard. No one, not even the most ardent Conservative partisan, wants to see the prime minister of Canada in the dock. But it is time for good Liberals …
… and Liberal supporters to rise up and reclaim the Liberal Party of Canada from the Laurentian Elites and sundry other special interests, foreign and domestic, and make it, once again, a proud national institution that serves all Canadians, not just a few.
The Liberal Party, under Justin Trudeau is, indeed, FUBAR. That’s a serious problem for Canada and its one that Liberals and their friends need to fix.