It’s About the Vaccines Stupid! View From the Hill. By Keith Beardsley #CDNPOLI

FEBRUARY 15, 2021 – No matter how Trudeau tries to spin things, present day life in Canada will not return to anything resembling normal until Canadians get their vaccination shots.

We have seniors dying in long term care homes because we don’t have the vaccines.

People over 60 are at high risk because we don’t have the vaccines.

International travel is curtailed as we don’t have the vaccines.

Canadians can’t vacation because we don’t have the vaccines.

We have to quarantine at a cost of $2000, Canadians returning to Canada, as we don’t have the vaccines.

We can’t visit our family members because we don’t have the vaccines.

Kids are schooling at home because we don’t have the vaccines.

The election in Newfoundland is screwed up because they don’t have the vaccines.

Provinces are in and out of lockdowns because we don’t have the vaccines.

Thousands of small businesses, restaurants, gyms etc. are facing bankruptcy because we don’t have the vaccines.

Pie in the sky announcements about vaccinating Canadians by September or maybe the Fall or maybe next Spring are simply BS as we need our shots now, not 8 months from now and we simply don’t have the vaccines.

Billions announced for public transit is the Liberal attempt to change the channel about why we don’t have the vaccines. I guess the Liberals missed that workers are working from home now and several companies no longer intend to rent downtown office space. Money for empty trains and buses? They throw your money around because we don’t have the vaccines.

New gun control legislation is only being introduced as another attempt to hide the stories that we don’t have the vaccines.

With one of the worst vaccination records, certainly of any G7 country, Justin it is time to wake up! It is all about the vaccines stupid!


Keith is a former Conservative political staffer with over 50 years of active involvement in Canadian politics. During that time, he has held quite a few party positions as well as political staff positions. Most recently, Keith was the Deputy Chief of Staff for Issues Management with Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2003-2008). Prior to that he worked as an advisor in the Leader’s Office for Peter Mackay, Joe Clark and Jean Charest. Keith also served as the Chief of Staff to the minister in three Federal departments during Brian Mulroney’s government (1984-89). Additional political experience came as the staff person in charge of Question Period from 1997-2008 where he served in both the Opposition and Government roles. Keith is also known for having created one of the most effective political rapid response teams in Canadian politics. He also has municipal experience and he was a city councilor in a suburb of Montreal. Known for his bluntness and to the point comments, this blog is also known for its fairness and respectful treatment of politicians from all parties. A well-known political pundit, Keith has appeared many times on Canadian political panels and he has been interviewed by major Canadian networks including CTV, CBC, Global. He has also given presentations/speeches in various parts of Canada and the USA.

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