CBC Interview With Travis Patron of the Canadian Nationalist Party
I recently sat down with CBC to discuss the Canadian Nationalist Party and our campaign for the upcoming 43rd Federal Election. You can watch the interview here. #CanadaFirstPosted by Trav Patron on Thursday, December 6, 2018
The Canadian Nationalist Party is calling for the resignation of Justin Trudeau on the grounds that he and his governing party illegally interefered in the criminal prosecution of Quebec-based company SNC Lavalin. No ruling party can claim the authority to govern Canada if they themselves are actively violating Canadian Law, the law that they swore to uphold while taking public office. An early election must be called and Canadians will choose a new governing party and a new Prime Minister.
One of the biggest advantages I have over Mr. Robert Kitchen, is that I am the leader of my party while he is not. I am the decision maker within the Nationalist Party, while he is a backbencher with limited influence within the Conservative Party. If the people of Souris - Moose Mountain desire to have their political voice heard in Ottawa, they must understand that there is no better way to do it than by having the leader of the party himself living nextdoor.
The CNP is looking forward to a year of success in 2019. The past year saw us emerge as a new party within Canadian politics and one which is well poised to capture the attention of Canadians as the winds of nationalism continue to blow stronger throughout the Western World.
Since the 42nd Federal Election, Canadians have watched as Justin Trudeau has systemically eroded their charter rights of free expression and public assembly, the sovereignty of their country, their firearms rights, and vocally supported terrorism within our jurisdiction.