Bernier: “The mask will fall” now that “Red Tory” Erin O'Toole is CPC leader

Bernier: “The mask will fall” now that “Red Tory” Erin O'Toole is CPC leader

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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