One of the strategies Pierre Poilievre’s supporters, proxies, and their paid third-party agencies like to employ is to destroy small businesses associated with “LibTards”.
There’s no bigger “LibTard” in Canada, according to Poilievre’s supporters, trolls and partners than Justin Trudeau. Justin was in Bowmanville supporting Rob Rock (Liberal Candidate in the Durham byelection being hosted by a cute little micro-brewery called “The Brewers Pantry.”
Brewers Pantry is a home brew shop in Bowmanville. They support several local charities owned by good people who employ many locals in the Durham Region.
Rob Rock is a client of theirs and decided to host the PM at a byelection rally there. After hearing about the PM’s visit to the Brewers pantry, Poilievere supporters spent two days crushing their reviews on Google and Yelp with everything from “fuck that place” to “I hope someone kills Prime Minister Trudeau.
They are a classy group of mouthbreathers, those Polievere supporters. If they’re not shooting up city hall in Edmonton to fight the “woke disease,” they are praying someone shoots the PM while making pubic hair in my beer jokes about a family-run business.
To own the libs.
I say it all the time, but you need to be a special breed of stupidity to threaten the assassination of a world leader online. It takes a separate breed of stupidity to decide you need to bankrupt a small business WHILE threatening to kill a PM from an account with your name on it.
(I wish I could see the look on their faces when CSIS shows up on their trailer park porches)
The PM has a security detail that can handle death threats…
The Brewers Pantry doesn’t have the same support for the threat to their business, so let’s help them:
They need our support right now:
— Ame Todd (@ame_todd) February 10, 2024
PS: This kind of hateful, destructive bullshit is Poilevere’s Canada. Remember that.
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