Premier Smith reminded Trudeau that she isn’t Rose Knight, and will fight back if he sticks his hands where they don’t belong.
The Canadian prime minister has a troubled history with women, being credibly accused of sexual assault on at least one occasion. The premier of Alberta is setting clear boundaries and telling him to treat her and her province with respect, or else.
Justin Trudeau and his henchmen in Ottawa want control of Alberta’s financial future, but Danielle Smith is pushing back, vowing to let her people decide how to spend their hard earned money.
Smith is pushing for a referendum to allow Albertans to vote on whether to withdraw from the Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) and instead create its own provincial pension plan.
In a letter addressed to the prime minister, the Albertan premier slammed Trudeau for stoking “fear in the hearts and minds of Canadian retirees.” She also criticized the prime minister for the increasingly unpopular carbon tax.
Smith has been at odds with Trudeau’s Liberal government since she won the provincial election. This came despite a consistent effort by the mainstream media and left-wing influencers to keep her out of office.
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