Justin Trudeau falling behind in the polls




http://www.2averagedudes.com/ Today I talk about how it looks like Justin Trudeau is now falling behind in the polls… The new IPSOS Poll says conservatives …

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Justin Trudeau falling behind in the polls

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  1. Hi Dudes; You are 100% correct about Quebec being the only Province that will support Trudeau. I am originally from Quebec, and now live in Ontario. Quebec has a problem in that they want to run Canada. Quebec wants it run to benefit Quebec the French Language and Colture at the expense of all of Canada. Quebec does not seem to understand that the USA all 360 million people speak English first. French and Spanish are nice secondary languages. But it is much worse than that Quebec has no one else to vote for from recent conversations with Quebeckers. To keep their status and power as is they must vote for Trudeau. At one time Quebec wanted to separate, why? Because they could not get their own way. Daddy Trudeau made Canada adapt two languages coast to coast which is extremely expensive. Americans do not like writing books in two languages it is very expensive catering to Quebec all the time.
    The bottom line is quite simple to understand. Quebec is a very separate Province from the rest of Canada. Because Trudeau has been brain washed by GLOBALISTS and he thinks all Canada love him because he lives in Quebec and all his supporters are primarily French Liberals. Sadly if any other Province votes LIberal Quebec and Trudeau wins. There are only about 7 million Quebeckers. How can 7 million people control the other 29 million Canadians. It is simple. Because quebec always supports a French Liberal if the rest of Canada votes Liberal then Trudeau automatically wins. Once again Quebec gets to control all of Canada for their own benefit language and culture. The only way to reign in Quebec and return Canada to a great Nation of Provinces is to de-fang Quebec French Liberals. That is done by 29 million Canadians not voting Liberal. That way Trudeau is gone and Quebec becomes an equal Province again with all the rest of the Country with no special privledges. Right now Quebec comes first at the expense of all other 9 Provinces thanks to Mr. Trudeau and Canadians keep voting Liberal which only strengthens Quebec to continue it's reign of Power over the rest of the Country.
    Trudeau is Quebec first and the rest of Canada second. If we vote Liberal in say Manitoba we keep Trudeau in power and we give our wealth first to Quebec and then to the U.N and the rest of the world while Quebec and Trudeau do as they please because 9 Provinces gave them that authority due to our own stupidity and we all keep voting Liberal which keeps Trudeau in Power. We keep forgetting the Quebec Base of 7 million people once we add a few more million LIberals to the pot returns Trudeau and Quebec back in the drivers seat again. For Canada to survive 9 Provinces must unite and not vote Liberal and then see what happens. Right away a new Block Quebec will materialize and that is just fine because the rest of Canada will finally get their rights back as one Canadian Country not indirectly ruled or governed by French Quebec Liberals. I hope someone out there gets the message on how to regain our Country from Coast to Coast and keep all Provinces equal. It starts with a new leader not a French one and a new agenda. Maybe even a draft for all Canadians to serve one year in the armed services when they turn 18. That may sound crazy but it would help unite the Country and stop this milenial garbage and help teenagers grow-up.
    Besides Canada needs a much larger and stronger Armed forces anyway not for War but a million other reasons so we can take our place back on the world stage properly. Not grovel around as a little pawn of the Globalists in a loseing society, instead of having a closer and stronger relationship with the USA and the world which would be much wiser than a relationship with France. The Globalists and the U.N want to see Canada as a little pawn. While America if approached right could be once again our best friends, which makes more sense to me than being an outside member of the E.U. to please France and the U.N. while we watch the entire thing along with Brexit crumble before us. Personally I would rather embrace America than France. Time for Canada to grow up and start helping themselves and make good partners that respect us around the world starting with mending our relationship with the USA. Imagine 4 more years of Trudeau and there will be nothing left of Canada but a big shell and a bubble around French Quebec the seat of the ruling Canadian Liberal Party. Is that what Canadians want?

  2. Trudeau still way too popular if the nation is to be saved. Raised rich, the son of a mentally ill mother and a narcissist father, Trudeau has no desire to promote our country which he repeatedly condemns as genocidal, increasingly misogynistic and anti-Islamic. His philosophy is one of placate, placate, placate. His only stand is his globalist desire to hand off the direction of the country and its policies to the UN; an entity with no country or culture of its own. By the way if you check election results you will see the NDP has been mired at around 18% of the vote since 1970.

  3. You don’t have to remind Albertans we never vote for the liberals.Its Ontario you have to worry about because that’s where the majority of the seats are.

  4. Quebec didn’t get it. If the turd gets in again, they can say goodbye to the 11billon in transfer payment from the west. We are done with the double standard.

  5. Someone needs to get a billboard truck showing the video of trudeau saying Quebec and Quebecers are better than Canadians. I think Ontario needs that reminder before October

  6. Statistics doesn't mean that is right. It's a millions of people who made up their minds already and keep quiet and are not a part of that statistics. ELECTION will show the results.

  7. I wouldn't talk about this, if people think their guy is likely to win, or their non-guy is likely to lose, they are more likely not to vote.

    Edit; don't think JT isn't still a massive threat, there are a ton of liberal idiots in this country to lazy to bother with polls. I'm hopeful about Maxime Bernier to at least get into a 'balance of power' position; fingers crossed!

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    The payments include more than $37,000 a month in rent to President Donald Trump's company, and thousands more in salary to Vice President Mike Pence's nephew, John Pence.

    The payments started abruptly last September, when the RNC came under pressure to stop paying Trump's personal legal bills in the special counsel's Russia investigation.

    Soon after the Republican National Committee came under pressure for paying legal bills for President Donald Trump and his eldest son in the special counsel's Russia probe, it started covering expenses for the president's re-election campaign.

    The RNC is using campaign funds to pay Trump's company more than $37,000 a month in rent, and to pay thousands of dollars in monthly salary to Vice President Mike Pence 's nephew, John Pence, party officials confirmed this week. The rent pays for office space in the Trump Tower in New York for the staff of Trump's re-election campaign. John Pence is the Trump campaign's deputy executive director. The Republican National Committee has for months been quietly paying expenses previously covered by the Trump campaign in an arrangement that experts say is bizarre, but legal.

    The payments include more than $37,000 a month in rent to President Donald Trump's company, and thousands more in salary to Vice President Mike Pence's nephew, John Pence.

    The payments started abruptly last September, when the RNC came under pressure to stop paying Trump's personal legal bills in the special counsel's Russia investigation.

    Soon after the Republican National Committee came under pressure for paying legal bills for President Donald Trump and his eldest son in the special counsel's Russia probe, it started covering expenses for the president's re-election campaign.

    The RNC is using campaign funds to pay Trump's company more than $37,000 a month in rent, and to pay thousands of dollars in monthly salary to Vice President Mike Pence 's nephew, John Pence, party officials confirmed this week. The rent pays for office space in the Trump Tower in New York for the staff of Trump's re-election campaign. John Pence is the Trump campaign's deputy executive director. The Republican National Committee has for months been quietly paying expenses previously covered by the Trump campaign in an arrangement that experts say is bizarre, but legal.

    The payments include more than $37,000 a month in rent to President Donald Trump's company, and thousands more in salary to Vice President Mike Pence's nephew, John Pence.

    The payments started abruptly last September, when the RNC came under pressure to stop paying Trump's personal legal bills in the special counsel's Russia investigation.

    Soon after the Republican National Committee came under pressure for paying legal bills for President Donald Trump and his eldest son in the special counsel's Russia probe, it started covering expenses for the president's re-election campaign.

    The RNC is using campaign funds to pay Trump's company more than $37,000 a month in rent, and to pay thousands of dollars in monthly salary to Vice President Mike Pence 's nephew, John Pence, party officials confirmed this week. The rent pays for office space in the Trump Tower in New York for the staff of Trump's re-election campaign. John Pence is the Trump campaign's deputy executive director. The Republican National Committee has for months been quietly paying expenses previously covered by the Trump campaign in an arrangement that experts say is bizarre, but legal.

    The payments include more than $37,000 a month in rent to President Donald Trump's company, and thousands more in salary to Vice President Mike Pence's nephew, John Pence.

    The payments started abruptly last September, when the RNC came under pressure to stop paying Trump's personal legal bills in the special counsel's Russia investigation.

    Soon after the Republican National Committee came under pressure for paying legal bills for President Donald Trump and his eldest son in the special counsel's Russia probe, it started covering expenses for the president's re-election campaign.

    The RNC is using campaign funds to pay Trump's company more than $37,000 a month in rent, and to pay thousands of dollars in monthly salary to Vice President Mike Pence 's nephew, John Pence, party officials confirmed this week. The rent pays for office space in the Trump Tower in New York for the staff of Trump's re-election campaign. John Pence is the Trump campaign's deputy executive director. The Republican National Committee has for months been quietly paying expenses previously covered by the Trump campaign in an arrangement that experts say is bizarre, but legal.

    The payments include more than $37,000 a month in rent to President Donald Trump's company, and thousands more in salary to Vice President Mike Pence's nephew, John Pence.

    The payments started abruptly last September, when the RNC came under pressure to stop paying Trump's personal legal bills in the special counsel's Russia investigation.

    Soon after the Republican National Committee came under pressure for paying legal bills for President Donald Trump and his eldest son in the special counsel's Russia probe, it started covering expenses for the president's re-election campaign.

    The RNC is using campaign funds to pay Trump's company more than $37,000 a month in rent, and to pay thousands of dollars in monthly salary to Vice President Mike Pence 's nephew, John Pence, party officials confirmed this week. The rent pays for office space in the Trump Tower in New York for the staff of Trump's re-election campaign. John Pence is the Trump campaign's deputy executive director. The Republican National Committee has for months been quietly paying expenses previously covered by the Trump campaign in an arrangement that experts say is bizarre, but legal.

    The payments include more than $37,000 a month in rent to President Donald Trump's company, and thousands more in salary to Vice President Mike Pence's nephew, John Pence.

    The payments started abruptly last September, when the RNC came under pressure to stop paying Trump's personal legal bills in the special counsel's Russia investigation.

    Soon after the Republican National Committee came under pressure for paying legal bills for President Donald Trump and his eldest son in the special counsel's Russia probe, it started covering expenses for the president's re-election campaign.

    The RNC is using campaign funds to pay Trump's company more than $37,000 a month in rent, and to pay thousands of dollars in monthly salary to Vice President Mike Pence 's nephew, John Pence, party officials confirmed this week. The rent pays for office space in the Trump Tower in New York for the staff of Trump's re-election campaign. John Pence is the Trump campaign's deputy executive director. The Republican National Committee has for months been quietly paying expenses previously covered by the Trump campaign in an arrangement that experts say is bizarre, but legal.

    The payments include more than $37,000 a month in rent to President Donald Trump's company, and thousands more in salary to Vice President Mike Pence's nephew, John Pence.

    The payments started abruptly last September, when the RNC came under pressure to stop paying Trump's personal legal bills in the special counsel's Russia investigation.

    Soon after the Republican National Committee came under pressure for paying legal bills for President Donald Trump and his eldest son in the special counsel's Russia probe, it started covering expenses for the president's re-election campaign.

    The RNC is using campaign funds to pay Trump's company more than $37,000 a month in rent, and to pay thousands of dollars in monthly salary to Vice President Mike Pence 's nephew, John Pence, party officials confirmed this week. The rent pays for office space in the Trump Tower in New York for the staff of Trump's re-election campaign. John Pence is the Trump campaign's deputy executive director.

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    Schneiderman source-Trump Model Management being investigated for human trafficking-which has ties with senior Kremlin official-Yuri Chaika.

    — Claude Taylor (@TrueFactsStated) July 23, 2017

    Some key takeaways from this article: Donald Trump appears hypocritical for complaining about illegal immigration. Also, teenagers who are lured to the US to become models — but are coached by agencies to arrive without legal permission to work here — are vulnerable to businessmen’s abusive fantasies.

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