@PierrePoilievre | 570,893 followers
BREAKING: The Bank of Canada has raised interest rates again, the seventh time THIS YEAR.

They said rates would remain "low for a long time."

They were wrong. Now Canadians are paying the price. #JustinFlation

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In reply to @PierrePoilievre
By the time there’s an election this will all be a distant memory. Shortly after that, so will you.
 
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Ahhh... Simpleton Pierre... is the baby starting to panic because the baby leveraged and invested in his Bitcoin? You know his solution to fighting inflation.... pic.twitter.com/RSGEDijhQx
 
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Interest rates are rising in other countries too. @PierrePoilievre: pic.twitter.com/hh5iONlzi5
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Where have we heard Pierre’s broken message before? No platform, no imagination, no vision, no hope… life under Conservative-Libertarians pic.twitter.com/VF914xOzVB
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Yep!! Now the interest rate sits exactly where it sat in the year 2008.. when @stephenharper was the PM.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
The actual better tool to fight inflation is a windfall tax. It targets corporate profiteers that price gouge. But I've never seen you call out corporate greed so I don't think you offer any real difference from Trudeau. thestar.com/business/opini…
 
Justin Trudeau’s inflationary spending is making the cost-of-living crisis worse for everyone.

Canadians are out of money, and the Liberals are out of touch.

Conservatives will put the people first, their paycheques, their savings, their homes, and their country!
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Stop lying to Canadians, Skippy. 👇
 
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They were nearly 0 for two years, Pierre. pic.twitter.com/1UibSU7lwm
 
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Pierre, why aren’t you talking about gas prices? Is it because they’ve dropped to Jan ‘22 levels? No flames to fan to get people riled up? On interest rates have you shared Goldman Sachs ‘23 outlook? Of course you haven’t.
 
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You can have it both ways…complain about inflation and cry when B of C raises rates.
 
The Bank of Canada - and the TRUDEAU Liberals are at odds with each other - the BOC wants lower prices on homes, lower demand for goods/services and lots more unemployment while the LIBERALs say we need 500,00+ newcomers every year 🤔

#TurfTiff #cdnecon #cdnpoli
 
 
Stop lying Pierre. Our inflation rate is from global or foreign forces and supply challenges. Right from a bank. I think I'll believe them as opposed to a man with no finance background. #cdnpooli pic.twitter.com/aYOhkU45SH
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Jesus Christ even someone with a modicum of knowledge knows 1-3% IS LOW and for 2 years, IS A LONG TIME for rates to be that low. They were right.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Trudeau: "You'll forgive me if I don't think about monetary policy" Well hell NO we won't, and neither will we forgive Tiff Macklem either. Thier lack of concern and professionalism has screwed us ALL.
 
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Canada will be among the first to become insolvent. pic.twitter.com/2FFAHkVNDR
 
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
All a part of the land grab/property grab so we can own nothing and be happy. Carry on.
 
Never vote for a party who would rather you suffer from inflation than employ inflationary tools. Or vote against CPP, OAS, min. wage raises and vote against daycare and dental programs!The liberals have the highest historical employment rates in Canada including rates for women!
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
lets fire the Bank of Canada and replace the currency with non interest bearing government bonds. Lincoln and Kennedy did it with their greenbacks. Salvini suggested doing it nytimes.com/2019/06/13/wor…
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Why do we need these private, western central banks? Pierre, will you push for the dismantling of the current Bank of Canada, and bring back a true people's bank loaning us at no interest, the way we had it decades ago? This is a big pillar of this sham system we are in.
 
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What would be nice in a time of global inflation is to stop corporate greed and 4 billion dollars. Any idea where we could have gotten 4 billion dollars? pic.twitter.com/eDyuQqPbOU
 
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Yea and in 2006 Stephen Harper saw bank rate up to 8.5 %
 
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Canada is the country in the G7 with the best control of inflation, pandemic and the best economic development. pic.twitter.com/fCn3UL6W4I
 
This is one thing that you can truly thank Trudeau for
 
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
BofC just another extension of of the PM. Knock Canadians into total submission.
 
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QUESTION: WHY SO MANY BOOSTERS FOR A "VACCINE THAT DOESN'T WORK AND WAS NEVER TESTED FOR TRANSMISSION? ANSWER: Policy Horizons Canada (Biodigital Convergence mRNA) "Vaccine" Biodigital Today and Tomorrow twitter.com/freemoneyman42… @AndersonAfDMdEP twitter.com/freemoneyman42…
 
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It's hilarious that the leader of a political party is no more than a shit poster on twitter
 
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
The interest rates were kept ridiculously low for too long, investors have to seek returns on capital gains, that partially contributed the assets bubbles. I think they should strictly keep the interest rates between 1 to 3 percent, if not fixed at 2%, let the market do the job!
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
the shock to people is how fast rates are going up when BOC signaled low rates forever. and they first called inflation transitory and did nothing early on. inflation is still higher than rate increases, people are going to take big financial hits from this poor management.
 
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I strongly believe that until Canada's Economy levels back out that ALL POLITICIANS suspend their Bonuses, Expense Accounts, and Golden Pensions...
 
 
 
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You know Canadians can't afford housing right?
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
14 years isn’t a long time?
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
In the United States, the economy is weakening but consumption continues to be solid and the labour market remains overheated. The gradual easing of global supply bottlenecks continues, although further progress could be disrupted by geopolitical events. pic.twitter.com/8eQsBlfsUO
 
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
who needs #MAID when your mortgage payments, utils, property tax are about to double.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
How does this combat inflation? Bank profits are sure up.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
This is disgusting many people are suffering and will continue to suffer due to this rate hike after false promises that rates will remain low
 
Rates have been low since 2008, when your American Republican idols crashed the economy of tyexworld with their acceptance of sub-prime mortgages. Then, if you'll recall, a pandemic. So... 14 years. But if course, your rube followers think all this is all some giant conspiracy.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
The idea of raising interest rates to curtail inflation, I don't understand it. The thought behind it is that it should stop people from spending, thus lowering demand, thus reducing costs. Has this ever worked and can anyone show that it has?
 
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
I should have took your advice and countered inflation by using my life savings and invested in cryptocurrency. pic.twitter.com/3014b3BS4W
 
Like (step)Father like (step)son PT caused the same thing during his reign of terror
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Don’t like pp but this is now getting ridiculous. @canadianpm how do we justify this when all markets were indicating current rates were accomplishing what we needed them to?
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
your the only one , standing up against the corrupt banking system pic.twitter.com/gMUMq95VuN
 
The clown who advised people to invest in crypto before it crashed thinks he knows about finance.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Talk more about your corporate donor profits and price gouging.
 
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Ah yes. Economies worldwide in similar situations. Clearly Trudeau. You seem to be good at stroking wood. Go back to that.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
... well do you want inflation or not?
 
Great job @liberal_party @JustinTrudeau @cafreeland @bankofcanada killing Canadians one rate hike at a time.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
This is being done intentionally to bankrupt the middle class. It’s a distraction being created so when Klaus Schwab and Trudeau’s New World Order takes over they won’t have to confiscate your wealth.
 
 
Will we be the first to crash?
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Wont last long something will break. Inflation making companies rich. Nothings getting done.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
And investors will be thrilled, sadly too many cdns over extended their credit when rates were low. In the 80s we paid 18% and had a conservative PM. You have said nothing about the fascist premier in Alberta taking away healthcare, rcmp and cpp, I guess you support her.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
It was way over due, I blame BoC for waiting too long to start hikes. Inflation is still out of control, needs to go higher. 😵‍💫📈
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
What interest rate are we paying as a country?
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
2008 to 2022 seems like a pretty long time
 
Great Christmas gift @JustinTrudeau you are making Canadians life harder everyday
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Should have done this bloody way long before Covid. Let the failed businesses fail
 
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It’s putting a lot of Canadians in jeopardy. Shameless
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
When exactly did they say that? Six months ago? Six years ago?
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Canadians getting crushed by inflation AND higher interest payments.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Last time it was this high Harper was relected PM.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Canada bashing..lowlife scumbag..nasty hateful misfit..KKlownvoy supporter pic.twitter.com/0emO8oDLEF
 
 
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Is there ever a day now that @JustinTrudeau doesn’t screw up this country more?
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Same thing is happening in countries around the world and frankly, we are among the best in that lineup. So demeaning the Liberals for this, is a failed effort on your part.
 
 
Hey #PeePee, don't you have a young family looking for a house that you can outbid with your $170,00 a year taxpayer income?
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Trying their hardest to put people out of their homes.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Canada's inflation is among the lowest in the world right now. @JustinTrudeau seems to have done a pretty good job. That must be inconvenient for you. There not really a meme for that, is there? (That's an invitation to Twitter users, mwahahah) #cdnpoli #JustinFlation
 
In reply to @bankofcanada
@bankofcanada blatantly lied to Canadians. It’s like to meant to screw us over. All part of their plan. Glad they are losing a ton of money.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
There is no fixing doubleing Canada's debt, we need gouverment to stop spending and reduce taxes to give some relief to Canadians, we can't afford this gouverment we are all going broke!
 
 
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Of course there are still too many people with jobs for them to even consider stopping
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Justin and tif are a disgrace! Latte lieberals own this debacle.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Stock market crash coming in 2023!
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
they did remain low for a long time. you just keep proving you are the incompetent bitcoin Milhouse we all know you are
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
surely you are aware that nations across the Western Hemisphere in NA Europe and abroad.. are all simultaneously raising rates to curb inflation. This problem is not local to our country like you make it seem. Honesty, truth & integrity.. go find some.
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Yes, a single person in Canada is responsible for worldwide inflation. You’re so very qualified to be PM. 🙄
 
I guess it's out of the question to raid @JustinTrudeau's bank account to fix the problem he created, eh..?
 
In reply to @PierrePoilievre
Rates have been low for over a decade. What do you consider a long time?
 
 
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