“No need for an election”: Pierre Poilievre on Tory committee motion

"No need for an election": Pierre Poilievre on Tory committee motion 1

 

Conservative Finance Critic Pierre Poilievre discusses the Conservative's committee motion and whether it should be a confidence motion.

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29 Comments on "“No need for an election”: Pierre Poilievre on Tory committee motion"

  1. The Liberals are going to run out of runway with Pierre Poilievre on the case.

  2. Most Canadians don’t have confidence in this liberal government!!!!!

  3. This like Hunter Biden’s laptop. Corruption is such a progressive virtue.

  4. Trudeau sure is trying hard to hide something . Those files must show massive Liberal corruption .

  5. Oh look an honest politician

  6. Solomon great to see you are working hard to spin for the libs. He answered your questions. You are trying to shift blame to the cpc because of the corruption the libs are trying to hide. Can we please get some main stream news that calls it what it is

  7. It is just the Liberals trying to put a stop to the RCMP investigation by calling an election just like they did last time with the SNC scandal.

  8. Sheldon Boulet | October 20, 2020 at 9:52 PM | Reply

    over the conservative motion? or the stack of liberal pay to play schemes?

  9. Lol the reporter is almost surprised about how straight forward and simple his answers are. He most be used to talking to liberals

  10. Stone cold Pierre, straight answers

  11. Kathryn Doherty | October 20, 2020 at 9:57 PM | Reply

    I love this guy. He just says it!! Pierre I’m talking about!

  12. “There’s no problem. We’re happy to get to the truth. ‘Course.” Pierre Poilievre rocks.

  13. Trudeau has to be once of the most entitled and immoral individuals that has ever made an appearance on the public stage. If the eastern half of this country votes for these despicable individuals I will be speechless!!

  14. Lorraine Capetola | October 20, 2020 at 10:09 PM | Reply

    Oh Pierre you are awesome! I enjoyed how you handled this reporter and commanded respect!

  15. Evan, you are missing the point with your business as usual silly questions. . $500M was given in a sole source contract to WE, when there is no justification for WE being the ONLY charity in Canada. Next, the PM, his family and the Finance Minister and his family made $500000 plus expenses. This is THEFT by briefcase, or Crony capitalism, soft corruption. It requires legal action under one tier not soft questions, nor Ethic commissaries, nor redacted documents.

  16. Alexander Huang | October 20, 2020 at 10:14 PM | Reply

    Investigate the WE charity matter and let the facts come out.

  17. Alexander Huang | October 20, 2020 at 10:17 PM | Reply

    Love the answers. Straight and to the point

  18. Evan Solomon is a hack.

    • Yup. Hes complaining the Pm and former finance minister spent an hour speaking before the previous committee.

      Ok. So they dont have enough time to spend an hour being interviewed….but do have sufficient time to prorogue govt for 6 weeks, then threaten to call an election in the middle of a pandemic.

      Guaranteed there is going to be 10s of billions of dollars unaccounted for when the auditor general is done looking at everything. The real question is how much did they steal during the last 4 years when they had a majority

  19. These talking heads are so obviously in the tank as Liberal apologists it is actually sickening. Poilievre stumped him with simple answers to his partisan questions.

  20. Poilievre for Prime Minister

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