I’m relatively certain that in 2019 we’ll see a strategically-planned contraction of the Liberal Party’s 'Justinian Empire.'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on the Hill. Gerry Nicholls predicts the prime minister will willingly sacrifice his Liberal MPs in Western Canada, so that he can focus all his energies on his core regional base, i.e., Ontario and Quebec and on his core political principles, i.e., cosmopolitan, progressive, globalist, feminism. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OAKVILLE, ONT.—Since we’re approaching the end of 2018, it seems the right time to ponder what will take place politically in 2019.
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