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In yet another Justin slimey move, he named our ex Governor General David Johnston as the 'rapporteur' to figure out if an inquiry is needed to see if China interfered with our last election.

Many people are praising Justin's choice as it seems Johnston is a nice guy. What you are not reading or what is getting out way to slowly is the following:

...In 2017 remarks upon Johnston's retirement as governor general, Justin Trudeau described how he had known Johnston as a "family friend", "friend of his father's", and "as a friendly neighbour, quite literally," prior to his time as Prime Minister and had grown closer over the course of his prime ministership.

Did you know that Johnston and his family went skiing with Justin and his family?

Did you know that Johnston's wife Sharon, had become “good friends” with the Trudeau family after they opted to move into Rideau Cottage, on the grounds of Rideau Hall where the Governor General lives?

If you think for half a second that Johnston was chosen for his intelligence, leadership skills, or professionalism, take the needle out of your arm. Johnston was chosen for one reason and one reason only: he will not suggest an inquiry.

He will say maybe, perhaps, it could be the Chinese interfered in our election but would you look at that - there's not enough information to warrant an inquiry.

We suggest you save this blanche report so we won't have to say we told you so.

Banks are not doing well these days and that's not good news. Last week two banks outright shut down. This week banks that are too big to fail are being propped up by their governments.

With more than 150 offices in around 50 countries, Credit Suisse is the private bank for a large number of entrepreneurs, rich and ultra rich individuals and companies. It really is too big to fail. As such, they received massive support from Swiss authorities today to the tune of $54 billion USD. That, ladies and gentlemen, is a lot of support.

Now we just read that large financial institutions in the US will provide First Republic Bank, headquartered in San Francisco, with $30 billion in deposits. It appears the company is getting intense pressure from customers who want to withdraw funds. Scary times peeps.

Blanche readers are both intelligent and astute and we are very appreciative of them. We were sent an article about your next tax raise by our entitled prime minister.

On April 1 the carbon tax on gas will be going up from 11 cents to 14 cents per liter. Alcohol will be going up by 6.3%.

On that very same day, Justin is giving himself a raise of $10,200 per year while MP's have given themselves a raise of a $5100 minimum. Got all that?

Does anyone in their right mind think that adding 4 cents a liter to the price of gas is going to do anything to save the climate? Or the turtles? Or the whales? Or the trees? No. It will give money to Justin's government who is spending it faster than water flows out of your faucet.

Does Justin know that a 5 lb bag of Idaho potatoes which used to cost anywhere from $2.99 to $3.99 are now anywhere from $6.99 up to $8.99. Does he know that we are getting royally screwed on all of our dairy products because of the useless dairy board?

It's ok for him to fly everywhere on a private jet leaving a carbon footprint bigger than yours will be for a year?

Never mind that he stayed in a $6000 USD penthouse suite in London - yes - it was him and that news will eventually come out. Never mind he won't answer any questions concerning what happened with china interfering in our last election. He's way, WAY to busy saving the world on your dime. And way, WAY to entitled to worry about the little peeps. He's just gross.

In the you-can't-make-this-up-department, czar legault's minionidiots adopted a motion saying Quebec is no more racist than anywhere else in the world. Got that? That's like saying the moon is blue and passing a law that it is.

Never mind that quebec has the lowest rate of immigration in North America. Never mind that driving while black and getting stopped multiple times is systemic.

And if that's not enough to make you lose your cookies, this might: Jean-François Roberge, the minister responsible for state secularism, says Quebec is among the most “open and welcoming places in the world.” What world is he living in? Clearly not one where anyone he knows wears a hijab or kippah.

The vote was 107 in favour of this motion and that includes the support of the Liberals and Québec solidaire, who both voted against Bill 21 when it was adopted in 2019.

Now get this one: In a poll taken on Monday, 39 per cent of Canadians outside Quebec hold an unfavourable view of Islam. In Quebec - 52 per cent. Very open, eh Blanche? Wait. There's more.

72 per cent of Canadians support the wearing of the hijab in public, while in Quebec only 55 per cent support that.

This peeps, is what happens when someone has absolute power. Everyone knows that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. And you are seeing it in real time.

Just when you thought the woke bs democrats reached a new low, punkt - they find another way to go lower.

This time it's the lieutenant governor of Minnesota who recently offered advice on what to do when your child is out of the womb.

Here's what she said: "When our children tell us who they are, it is our job as grown-ups to listen and to believe them. That’s what it means to be a good parent.”

She was of course referring to boys or girls of five years old who decide they no longer want to be the gender they were born as. Her comments came in defense of an executive order signed by Democratic Governor Tim Walz that legally protected things such as puberty blockers, hormone therapies, and more for minors.

Ben Shapiro gave the best example of how idiotic this is:

If your son comes to you saying he is a girl because he likes to play with dolls, or your daughter says she is a boy because she likes to play sports, how is it good parenting to “believe” them?

Isn’t it more prudent to say to an eight-year-old, “Well, son, some boys like to play with dolls, and that’s okay; It doesn’t make you a girl. And some girls like to play sports, but that doesn’t make you a boy.”

Is it not the job of parents to parent? Especially when you are parenting five and ten year olds?

Good Shabbos

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