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And there you have it. The one thing we can all agree on with our fearless leader, #justinsane ... this #justinflation is only just beginning. instagram.com/p/CedzXPNBS7s/… Image
From the prices we are paying at the pumps to every single thing I'm seeing at the grocery stores, it's definitely impacting what my family is able to do ... how about you? @theJagmeetSingh @NDP @CBCPolitics @ctvqp @CTV_PowerPlay @globalnews @mtlgazette instagram.com/p/CedzXPNBS7s/… Image
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Ottawa Parliament Feb.16, 2022 "Justin Trudeau is falling apart" #irnier... @liberal_party has lost confidence of CANADIANS - PMJT SET TO RESIGN???
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I expect the @liberal_party will tell @JustinTrudeau to resign
Could the @NDP gain more popularity in Canada, if they turfed @theJagmeetSingh , stopped supporting the @liberal_party and go in the old Orange Crush direction
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ARREST TRUDEAU
Surely the Canadian people didn’t vote for this? I don’t think anyone would? @liberal_party @NDP
Conservative MP Jasraj Singh Hallan says the government was 'more prepared for an election plan than they were for an evacuation plan' helping Afghan refugees" @liberal_party @NDP
Pierre P --- BREAKING: inflation balloons further to 5.1%.
@liberal_party @NDP
It's #JustinFlation. As Prime Minister, I will end it.
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I will be voting against the Prime Minister’s decision to invoke the Emergencies Act. In his own words the Prime Minister has said that the invocation of the Emergencies Act is not something to be done as a first or second resort
I will be voting against the Prime Minister’s decision to invoke the Emergencies Act. In his own words the Prime Minister has said that the invocation of the Emergencies Act is not something to be done as a first or second resort
yesterday Justin Trudeau threw another temper tantrum in the House of Commons and walked out. His 4th time since last Monday. Unacceptable behaviour that is cowardly and weak
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The Prime Minister has set a dangerous precedent in Canada, where bank accounts could be seized and frozen, property could be seized, and police could detain citizens without the need for any kind of court order, oversight, or proper legislation @GGCanada Image
Thank you once again 416/905 voters & enablers for this catastrophic failure of a PM. And not a peep from our wonderful Law Societies and Courts of Law that are supposed to protect the Citizens from Government #freethewest Image
Where is this from? I'm dying 😂😂😂
As comedic as this is, this Emergency Act is serious business.
This is hilarious ... infuriatingly true, but the video is hilarious 😂 instagram.com/reel/CaAfPIggj…
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HOUSING CRISIS @HonAhmedHussen
NO RECOVERY PLAN @cafreeland
MANDATES @JustinTrudeau
INFLATION @OmarAlghabra
NO ROOM for WELFARE CASES @SeanFraserMP

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NO NEED to INVOKE @AnitaAnandMP @HonAhmedHussen
NO NEED for Mandates @OmarAlghabra
no need for COALITION @liberal_party @JustinTrudeau
CANADA is FED-UP WITH CORRUPTION @NDP

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- WESTERN CANADA FULL OF OIL & NATURAL GAS
- EASTERN CANADA VOID COMMON SENSE since 1608
- EASTERN CANADA - FULL OF GREED
- IMPORT OIL INSTEAD OF HELPING CANADIANS Image
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With multiple MPs speaking out against Trudeau, do you think his time as prime minister is coming to an end? Image
With multiple MPs speaking out against Trudeau, do you think his time as prime minister is coming to an end? I think and I wish Trudeau gets removed from power. With him, all his mob cabinet. Image
Thank you!!! 👏👏👏👏👏 Thanks @StephanieKusie Keep up the fight liberals are quickly being hated in this country instagram.com/tv/CZxXp42jKOp… Image
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1/4 How about some math?

A variable rate mortgage is now 1.5%

Inflation is 4.8%

So adjusted for inflation, the real variable rate is MINUS 3.3%, which is like paying people to take on the biggest debt possible.

#JustinFlation
2/4 The Real Estate Association says the “typical” home costs $811k for a mortgage of $770k with 5% down.

Each 1% rate hike, costs a family $7,700/year.

How many will default because they can’t afford that?

#JustinFlation
3/4 So, let’s say that when rates rise and people can no longer afford $811k homes, prices drop back to 2020 levels?

That’s over 20% drop.

How many families will default while having mortgages worth more than their houses?

Who will pay those losses?

#JustinFlation
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