O’Toole Pledges to Repeal Trudeau’s Attacks Against Gun Owners as PM
Erin O'Toole says he’d undo Justin Trudeau’s triple assault: May 2020 confiscations, Bill C-71 and Bill C-21.
23 February 2021
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TheGunBlog.ca — Erin O’Toole, the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, pledged today to repeal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s regulatory attacks against hunters, farmers and sport shooters if he wins the next election.
- Bill C-71 that became law in June 2019
- Mass gun confiscations ordered in May 2020
- Bill C-21 that Trudeau proposed last week
Liberals: Criminalize, Confiscate, Crush
O’Toole’s video ends six months of near silence on firearm policy since he won the Conservative leadership.
In that time, Trudeau and his colleagues in the governing Liberal Party have advanced their campaign to criminalize honest citizens, confiscate our gear, and crush our culture.
“An O’Toole government will repeal C-71, C-21 and the May 2020 Order in Council,” O’Toole said in the Facebook video. “I will review existing firearms legislation to ensure it focuses on dealing with criminals rather than making life more difficult for law-abiding firearms owners.”
“The extent to which the Trudeau Liberals are willing to go to divide Canadians is disappointing and dangerous.”
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