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WATCH: Ontario grain farmers launch blistering attack on Trudeau

The Grain Farmers of Ontario (GFO) have released another blistering video, warning Canadians that the food supply chain is breaking.
Nico Johnson Montreal, QC

The Grain Farmers of Ontario (GFO) have released another blistering video, warning Canadians that the food supply chain is breaking, and criticizing Justin Trudeau for hiking the carbon tax.

"The food supply chain is breaking," warned the video. "It takes millions of dollars to put crops in the ground, prices are unstable and collapsing."

The video then took a political turn, saying that "Doug Ford knows that are family farms can't compete with American farmers who are receiving $22 billion from their government."

Going further still, the GFO then compared Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to President Trump: "Justin Trudeau increased taxes on farmers. When are farmers are gone, where will we get our food from?"

"Does Justin Trudeau want Canadians to rely on the United States for our food supply?" finished the video.

This video from GMO follows another hard-hitting advertisement that attacked Trudeau's lockdown policies, saying that they significantly damaged their industry.

Grain farmers are not the only group who have expressed disappointment with this government. Fruit and vegetable farmers have also been notably disgruntled with the Trudeau government's handling of the pandemic.

This time, it has to do primarily with the CERB cheques that the government has been sending Canadians, arguing that it has demotivated prospective workers.

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