Erin O'Toole Must Step Down

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Erin O'Toole Must Step Down

Erin O'Toole Must Step Down

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On February 2nd, Conservative MPs will vote on whether Erin O’Toole will remain the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. If 50% of Conservative MPs vote against O’Toole, he’ll have to step down.

Despite O’Toole’s best efforts to suppress dissent, 35 Conservative MPs signed a letter demanding a leadership-review vote, which was presented on January 31st. The 2013 Reform Act forces any party to review its leadership if it is requested by more than 20% of its caucus - and these 35 MPs represent far more than 20% of the Conservative caucus.

As these MPs expressed in their letter, Erin O’Toole has consistently shown himself unable to represent conservative values.

Erin O’Toole became the leader of the Conservative Party by deceptively labelling himself as a ‘True Blue’ Conservative who believes in a ‘big-tent’ party. But ever since he’s won the leadership, he’s done everything he can to try to remake the Conservative Party into yet another left-wing party.

For example, despite claiming to support a big-tent party with diverse opinions, it was not long before he kicked out Derek Sloan, a solidly pro-life and pro-family MP.

Erin O’Toole also completely changed his opinion on conscience rights between the leadership race and the election. He went from supporting the conscience rights of medical professionals to refuse to participate in euthanasia to stating that he thought pro-life doctors should be forced to provide effective referrals to patients who seek euthanasia and abortion.

Erin O’Toole’s flip-flopped on so many other vital issues, such as gun rights, defunding the CBC, and carbon taxes. Ironically, his most consistent stances have been in favour of left-wing causes, such as his support of the barbaric act of sex-selective abortion.

Conservatives in Canada deserve a leader who can confidently express genuine conservative beliefs. We need a leader who can consistently stand for life, family, and freedom. Erin O’Toole has made it clear that he is not the man for the job.

Even if over 50% of the caucus votes to keep Erin O’Toole as leader, there will still be a large minority of the caucus who will not be in support of him. The reality is this: Erin O’Toole will be unable to convince voters in the next election that he is able to lead if even only 30% of his caucus does not believe he is fit to lead.

Regardless of the outcome of this vote, Erin O’Toole must step down as the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. His vision of a left-wing Conservative movement cannot win elections and has left devoted conservatives feeling alienated.

Sign this petition to tell Erin O’Toole that you do not support him being the leader of the Conservative Party and that you want him to step down.

Additionally, if Erin O’Toole wins this vote and tries to stay on as leader, we will mail these signatures to his office to show him that grassroots conservatives do not support him.


More information:

O’Toole faces caucus revolt as 35 MPs sign letter calling for leadership-review vote (Globe and Mail) https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-otoole-faces-caucus-revolt-as-35-mps-sign-letter-calling-for/

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Erin O'Toole Must Step Down as Leader of the CPC

I do not support Erin O’Toole being the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.

Despite campaigning as a “True-Blue” Conservative, Erin O’Toole has shown himself on multiple occasions to be unable to stand for conservative beliefs.

Since becoming leader, Erin O’Toole has voted in favour of sex-selective abortion and kicked out a solid social conservative MP from his party’s caucus.

He has changed his opinion entirely on the conscience rights of medical professionals to refuse to participate in euthanasia and came out in support of forcing pro-life doctors to make effective referrals to patients who seek euthanasia and abortion.

He has also flip-flopped on many other vital issues, such as gun rights, defunding the CBC, and carbon taxes. His inability to articulate a conservative vision and separate himself from other party leaders has alienated large swaths of Canada’s conservative movement, which lead to a devastating defeat in the 2021 federal election.

Due to having such a large amount of his own caucus speaking out against him, it will be highly unlikely that Erin O’Toole will be able to convince voters that he has the ability to lead in the next election.

For these reasons, Erin O’Toole must step down as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, so that Party members can begin the process of replacing him with a leader who can confidently and genuinely represent a clearer conservative vision.

[Your Name]

Erin O'Toole Must Step Down as Leader of the CPC

I do not support Erin O’Toole being the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.

Despite campaigning as a “True-Blue” Conservative, Erin O’Toole has shown himself on multiple occasions to be unable to stand for conservative beliefs.

Since becoming leader, Erin O’Toole has voted in favour of sex-selective abortion and kicked out a solid social conservative MP from his party’s caucus.

He has changed his opinion entirely on the conscience rights of medical professionals to refuse to participate in euthanasia and came out in support of forcing pro-life doctors to make effective referrals to patients who seek euthanasia and abortion.

He has also flip-flopped on many other vital issues, such as gun rights, defunding the CBC, and carbon taxes. His inability to articulate a conservative vision and separate himself from other party leaders has alienated large swaths of Canada’s conservative movement, which lead to a devastating defeat in the 2021 federal election.

Due to having such a large amount of his own caucus speaking out against him, it will be highly unlikely that Erin O’Toole will be able to convince voters that he has the ability to lead in the next election.

For these reasons, Erin O’Toole must step down as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, so that Party members can begin the process of replacing him with a leader who can confidently and genuinely represent a clearer conservative vision.

[Your Name]