Leitch, others fight back against ‘politically correct nonsense’

Turns out, there are a lot of people concerned about free speech in Canada.

And concerned about losing it.

“It’s great to be in a room full of severely normal people,” said Conservative leadership candidate Dr. Kellie Leitch, drawing cheers.

About 1,200 people showed up to The Rebel’s Rally For Free Speech at Canada Christian College to protest Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government’s M-103 motion being debated in the House of Commons this week, which many criticism is, in essence, an anti-blasphemy law seen in many Muslim countries that prevents criticism of Islam.

“We need to fight back against all of this politically correct nonsense,” said Leitch.

  • V10_Rob

    Any sign of O’Leary, the media darling we are assured is Canada’s Trump who we should totally not (wink wink nudge nudge) vote for?

    • FactsWillOut

      O’Leary is a globalist.
      I suspect Leitch is, too.

      • TerryA

        I agree on O’leary but why Leitch?

      • Maggat

        Leitch? Show me.

    • Not that I am aware of.

    • Man_with_Hat

      Not there. I was impressed with Lemieux. Leitch is very stiff and Alexander is a wimp. Both said we have to ensure Muslims safety in their Mosques when they’re at service. Nobody mentioned that since the penalty for leaving is death that it is really just a cult or I might have bought a Conservative membership.

  • Reader

    This is from when being Politically Correct was only something to smile at and before they started all the censorship, lawsuits and “Human Rights” tribunal kangaroo courts

  • reidjr

    A perfect example of this is going on in Ottawa the school board has been told they can’t close a school because its racist.

    • Good Lord. Link?

      • reidjr

        Cbc Ottawa has it as well Ottawa Citizen.

  • Linda1000

    So far, Kelly Leitch seems to be shaping up as the best of the group running for the Conservative leadership. She is at least a 1,000 times smarter than Justine but then just about anyone would be an improvement as PM over the current idiot.

    • FactsWillOut

      I have difficulty letting a woman have control of what few gun rights I have left.

      While a prefer Leitch to the other warmed-over libtards that are running, she had better make some pretty firm commitments before she gets my vote.

      • Jaedo Drax

        It’s unfortunate that Cheryl Gallant isn’t running for the leadership, as she is the strongest on gun rights.

        • Alain

          Yes, how I wish she were my MP, as I find her a real conservative.

      • Linda1000

        Well, I’m tired of decades of men f*cking over Canada so maybe it’s time for a change or as BillyHW says, “beta-feminist males should not be allowed to vote”. 🙂
        Gun rights were stupidly sold off a long time ago in Canada but remember we are not as violent as the Americans or some dumb nonsense.
        The M-103 blasphemy motion goes way beyond political correctness, so Leitch should call it what it is or stop trying to be so PC herself. It is pathetic that Canada does not have a real decent conservative opposition party to the LPC so idiot Cdns. will get what they deserve for their backwards voting in elections.

        • mauser 98

          Wynne , Notley , Ambrose the flake ?

      • Alain

        I think she may be the exception concerning guns. She at least wants to allow women to be able to carry pepper/bear spray for self-defence while all those leftist “feminists” do not believe that a woman (or anyone) has the right of self-defence. I find her policies as stated the best of the lot so far. Of course she, or any of them, is equivalent to Trump in spite of the MSM and most of her opponents claiming Leitch is Trump is Hitler, etc.

        • Surele Surele

          what do you mean: “while all those leftist “feminists” do not believe that a woman (or anyone) has the right of self-defense”? Didn’t you ever hear about the ‘no means no’ defense?Softly spoken, with you hand waving in protest, works like charm. What could go wrong?

    • robins111

      A 2 1/2 inch ardox nail is smarter than Justin.

    • Maggat

      Ya, my vote has come down to two people, Kellie Leitch or Maxime Bernier. At this point I think it is leaning towards Kellie, Bernier is a Quebecker and Canada has not had a lot of luck with Que PMs.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Once you lose you freedoms and liberties, how do you get them back without violence?

    • Maggat

      We both know that you do not. Hence one of the main reasons the PC crowd, liberals, and various socialists want Canadians disarmed.

      • Clausewitz

        Ding ding ding….. We have a winner..

  • K1

    ….just give me a gun
    ….I’ve seen enough baddies to be able to clean up Canada!
    THAT is going to END.
    …fucking Gov’t MP’s/leaders care more for the criminal than the victims!
    Policy… does it pay to be a witness/tattle tale OR criminal…currently criminal wins

  • For a vaguely defined boogey-man, one cannot: have a theological discussion on Islam, criticise it, mock it, question Trudeau’s ties to radical mosques or complain when this motion evolves into several monsters.

    Canadians need to be out in the streets over this.

  • PaulW

    I have a proposal for the Conservatives – how does this sound? If this awful, freedom-killing legislation passes, as it undoubtedly will, they create one of their own: simply replace every instance of “Islamophobia” with “Christophobia” in their version of the original bill. Of course, the Libs and NDP would never support this but it would demonstrate clearly what this POS legislation is really about: protecting the wretched religion of peace.

  • Tooth&Claw

    Islam delenda est. There is no room for this ideology. The followers are Borg.