Monday, June 12, 2017


But ultimately, the BC Premier has few legal powers over an approved pipeline. If Horgan can stop it, he wins. If construction goes ahead, it’s not his fault.
It’ll be Trudeau’s fault – alone. Had Christy Clark been re-elected, Trudeau could have slid away from responsibility by redirecting environmentalist rage at her by reminding BC voters that their Premier had endorsed the project. Not now.
When construction starts and BC’s anti-pipeline activists confront it, their picket signs and placards will squarely, completely and rightly focus blame one single politician – Justin Trudeau, the bait-and-switch politician who, against their Premier, pushed through a pipeline that risks the BC coastline.

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