O’Toole too Afraid to Praise Trump and Historic Peace Deal

Written By Daniel Bordman, Posted on September 18, 2020

The era of Erin O’Toole’s “True Blue” Conservative party seems to be at an end, although it is debatable if it ever started. O’Toole promoted himself as an unapologetic conservative that would take on the radical Left. So far, his actions as leader do not support his branding.

After coming out in support of a UN dictated plan for Canadian energy in the Paris accords, O’Toole had another chance to take a conservative stance on a global issue with the historic Abrahamic Accords.

In the years of Stephen Harper’s leadership, the CPC would have been very loud in their support for peace between Israel and its Arab Neighbours.  So, when Donald Trump and his team successfully negotiated peace and open relations between Israel the U.A.E and Bahrain, indicating that 9 more countries might sign on, O’Toole and the Conservatives were curiously silent.


It truly is puzzling why O’Toole is not championing this accomplishment, as it is a direct refutation of the ideology of the Obama and Trudeau administrations when it comes to foreign policy, and supports the views that Erin O’Toole allegedly holds on the subject.

Erin O’Toole has claimed to be a friend of Israel, but has very troubling connections to anti-Israel organizations as well reports coming out from foreign outlets from India to the United States about his potential Muslim Brotherhood connections.

There is a more likely answer to this question than Muslim Brotherhood influence, and it simple: Cowardice.

Erin O’Toole is likely done his “True Blue” phase, and is now probably listening to pollsters and focus group data about how to appear more moderate and appealing to the swing voter in the GTA.  It is likely that O’Toole and the CPC paid thousands of dollars for a consultant to tell him that Trump is unpopular in Canada, so even when he does something great like bring peace to the Middle East, a cause O’Toole says he cares about, it is unlikely that O’Toole will risk congratulating him. 

This is probably why we are watching O’Toole stand on the sidelines quietly beside Trudeau trying to ignore the historic accomplishment.

Daniel Bordman

Daniel is the host of political satire show Uninterrupted, runs multiple podcasts and has written for a variety of publications. Daniel is also the communications coordinator of the Canadian Antisemitism Education Foundation. You can find him on Twitter here. Uninterrupted on YouTube

2 responses to “O’Toole too Afraid to Praise Trump and Historic Peace Deal”

  1. Dan says:

    What a crock. The NT is just another liebral shill rag.

  2. Quicha says:

    He could have skipped Trump if he is scared to death, but not to praise this historic event! It has to do with some ideological reason. Very worrisome!