|People’s Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier has officially kicked off his “Mad Max Election 2021 Tour.” |
With the election just four weeks away, Maxime will be crisscrossing the country to raise awareness about his party and spread his campaign message that “all the other options suck” to Canadians who have grown tired of the rhetoric and empty promises from the establishment parties. Earlier this week, I was in Oshawa, Ontario, for one campaign stop that drew over 200 people eager to meet local PPC candidates and hear Maxime speak. Maxime’s party is currently ahead of the Green Party and neck-and-neck with the Bloc Quebecois, leaving some supporters optimistic that the PPC will finally get a foothold inside Parliament. While I was at the event, I spoke with Maxime and some of his supporters about what makes the PPC different, what they expect in the weeks to come, and why the other party leaders refuse to speak to Rebel News. Here’s what they had to say:
Many PPC candidates did not or would not reflect on any specific policy in regards to their ridings. Instead, the event’s theme appeared to be pro-freedom and pro-individual autonomy and focused heavily on general federal policy. Maxime himself championed open discussion while remarking to Rebel News that other party leaders are afraid to have a debate. This Thursday, I had an in-depth interview with Maxime on my premium show, Andrew Says. That interview is available only to RebelNews+ subscribers. A subscription is usually $8 per month, but you can access our premium content for FREE until the election — just use discount code “ELECTION” when you sign up. Click here to subscribe right now.
P.S. It was a nice change of pace to finally speak with a political leader who’s not afraid to answer our questions. As you may know, candidates from both the Liberal and Conservative parties have avoided our reporters at every opportunity during this campaign. But we will continue to go out into the field to ask them tough questions the mainstream media won’t. To help fund our 2021 Canadian election coverage, please click here to donate or visit RealReporters.ca.