Two years after resigning from the Conservative Party of Canada, former MP and leader of the People's Party of Canada Maxime Bernier hosted a press conference this morning to address Erin O'Toole's leadership win.
After a marathon session, Erin O'Toole was voted the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada early this morning.
In his remarks, Bernier addressed the United Nation's “socialist” goals, calling O'Toole a “globalist”:
“[Erin O'Toole] and the party's establishment support mass immigration and official multiculturalism.”
Bernier, who lost his Beauce seat in the 2019 election, said:
“...can you spot the difference between [O'Toole] and Justin Trudeau?”
His remarks encouraged disaffected Conservative voters to join his PPC:
“There is a place... where you can fight openly for your values.”
Bernier's speech also touched on ending green policies, “policies that have [proven] disastrous for Canada's energy sector.”
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