The Living Force
The guy Tucker interviewed from Canada is, Stephen LeDrew. He has a somewhat changed tune in this National Post video as the election loomed close back in mid October. The title of his article takes a broad look at the man who brought about such disruptive change and the alternatives 'After four years, haven't you had enough?'This is a couple of years old, and apparently NOT a comedy piece.
After four years, a somewhat stitched together minority had not had enough, and unfortunately the show continues. The gulf between the East and West (not with standing the Left West Coast, like California), is there for all to see and it will make things much worse by the looks of things.Without a doubt we are in a trough — a deep one. But we will all be optimistic as a people, and the new prime minister — whomever it is — will hopefully grow in office, instead of surrounding themselves with pandering yes-people who only serve to confirm the leader’s worst qualities, thereby making the lives of Canadians worse
This story continues, though, because in December of 2017 you read:
Stephen LeDrew fired for inadvertently exposing Canada’s freeze on free speech
‘LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP’ inclusiveness is a religious mantra
I reported that Canadian CP 24 Host Stephen LeDrew was suspended for appearing on ‘Tucker Carlson’ a few weeks ago.
It was rather embarrassing viewing, but LeDrew actually sought to defend the coercive Liberal policies on gender identity being imposed upon Canadians. LeDrew’s enthusiastic but inept defence of Canada’s public culture of speech made Carlson’s point about indoctrination and totalitarian policies for him.
Ultimately, however, when LeDrew questioned CP 24 why he was suspended, he was fired, ostensibly for ‘helping the competition.’ The idea that the American news channel Fox News is a competitor for CP 24 strains all credulity. Certainly LeDrew is not buying the explanation by Canadian corporate giant Bell media.
LeDrew now returns to ‘Tucker’ and concedes his dismissal had more to do with freedom of speech.
It is rather extraordinary that such a high-profile figure has disappeared from the media landscape with so little publicity.
It is a sign that Canada’s intolerant ‘tolerance’ will brook no opposition when its high profile defenders are ousted for the slightest of transgressions.