Poilievre ATTACKED by Liberal MP for retweeting Dr. Jordan Peterson

"There's more brainpower in Dr. Peterson's pinky finger than in all the bobbleheads of your Liberal caucus combined," responded Poilievre.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC

A Liberal MP criticized Conservative Finance Critic Pierre Poilievre for retweeting a post by Canada's most acclaimed public intellectual, Dr. Jordan B. Peterson.

The tweet from Peterson lambastes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over COVID mandates, stating "these mandates bring out the petty authoritarian in everyone tasked with enforcing them. Not a good practice in a free society."

Liberal MP for St. Catharines Chris Bittle took issue with Poilievre's endorsement of Peterson, accusing Peterson of "undermining public health, while ICUs fill up fast."

Poilievre responded by saying that "There's more brainpower in Dr. Peterson's pinky finger than in all the bobbleheads of your Liberal caucus combined."

"As for ICUs," Poilievre continues, "you guys added a half-trilling of debt in 2 years supposedly to fight COVID. How much intensive care did you buy with that?"

Poilievre has been publicly supporting Dr. Peterson as of late, after the 12 Rules For Life author shared the Carleton MP's video and calling Poilievre a "Canadian politician who appears both courageous and articulate."

Poilievre would respond, saying he was "Grateful for these kind words from this outstanding and world-renowned Canadian thinker."


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