Elizabeth May's "F" score as a party leader is based on assessment of her personal leadership on 9 measurement categories relating to policy, voting, or actions, summarized as follows:
Of the 13 bills or issues that came up during her parliamentary career on issues of life, family, faith or free speech, she voted or acted the wrong way 12 times of those times.
Is an outspoken advocate for the alleged “right” to kill children in-utero. She recently told a journalist, “There is no way we will retreat even one inch on a woman's right to a legal, safe abortion”.
In the past, May has claimed that abortion "isn't a morally wrong decision by any means".
Opposes the natural definition of marriage between one man and one woman.
Supports the radical, ant-scientific theories of gender identity and gender expression. She even voted to enshrine those radical ideas in law as “human rights”.
Has marched in homosexual pride parades.
Green Party’s policy declaration implies that all Green MPs must vote in favour of abortion. This implies that May won’t sign the nomination papers of pro-life Canadians seeking to become a candidate.
Is an opponent of free speech, and supports compelled speech in the case preferred transgender pronouns. She supports the view that government should have the power to compel Canadians to utter made-up words they do not believe in, such as “Zhe” and “Zhir”, even if uttering these invented words violates their conscience or religion.
Voted in favour of decriminalizing marijuana, the dangerous gateway drug to harder narcotics like heroin and cocaine.
Supports the decriminalization of ALL drugs including heroin, crack, cocaine, crystal meth and fentanyl.
Has not taken a position on parental rights, one way or the other.
NOTE: Always make your voting decision based on the merit of your local candidates, not the Party Leaders. If a local candidate in your riding has a green light rating from Campaign Life Coalition, vote for them, even if the Party Leader disappoints.
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