Who's pulling the strings in the Conservative Party? - 2019-06-14

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F0.png Who's pulling the strings in the Conservative Party? June 14, 2019, Antonia Zerbisias, rabble.ca

But it wasn't a great week for him either -- and it was made worse by the dunderheaded tweet by his deputy leader Lisa Raitt who, in a now-deleted outburst, announced that there is "no solid connection between climate change and the major indicators of extreme weather, despite Trudeau's claim to the contrary."

That wasn't the only rogue Con tweet. Conservative Senator Denise Batters went off script by predicting that a power outage in Regina "is a preview of Canada's future" if the Liberals are re-elected because … oil.

Scheer looked like he's not in charge. He had to continually deny that he was getting help from provincial Con strongmen like Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and, of course, Ontario Premier Doug Ford.

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{{cite news | first = Antonia | last = Zerbisias | title = Who's pulling the strings in the Conservative Party? | url = http://rabble.ca/columnists/2019/06/whos-pulling-strings-conservative-party | work = rabble.ca | date = June 14, 2019 | accessdate = June 15, 2019 }}