Erin O'Toole's "F" score as a party leader is based on assessment of his personal leadership on 9 measurement categories relating to policy, voting, or actions, summarized as follows:
As an MP since 2012, he has had a poor voting record overall on life & family issues. Recently, he voted against MP Cathay Wagantall's bill to criminalize sex-selective abortions. He consistently votes against traditional family values and parental rights, even supporting Justin Trudeau's parental prosecution bill, C-6, which could give parents five years in prison for affirming their sexually-confused child in the body in which he or she was born. The only positive element in O'Toole's voting record is that he has consistently voted against euthanasia.
During the 2020 Conservative Leadership race, O'Toole expressed his pro-abortion beliefs to journalists, framing the aims of pro-lifers as "removing rights from Canadians". When speaking on the issue of abortion, O'Toole consistently asserts his personal belief that killing children in the womb is a genuine "right" that must not be "removed" by him or anybody else. He even went so far as to disengenuously imply that Canadian soldiers fought to secure abortion as a "right".
O'Toole promised the media that he "will not bring forward government legislation on abortion", signifying he has no intention of ending the decades-long regime of killing pre-born children in Canada.
He opposes the true definition of marriage between one man & one woman, and is a longtime supporter of homosexual causes.
In 2013, back when Stephen Harper and the Conservative caucus were strongly opposed to the emerging, new, radical ideology of transgenderism and Gender Identity Theory being pushed by the NDP, O'Toole was was one of only 17 Conservative MPs who broke ranks with their party to join the NDP in supporting the reckless 'transsexual Bathroom Bill", C-279. That bill would put young girls at greater risk from sexual predators by granting biological males a legal right to use girls washrooms, change rooms and showers by merely claiming to have an interior "feeling" of being a woman. C-279 was the precursor to the Liberal Bill C-16, which enshrined transgender ideology in Canadian law, and has now resulted in a trend of male prisoners who claim to be female, being allowed transfer to female prisons where some of them have gone on to sexually assault women, and the destruction of women's sports where biological males are increasingly competing with - and beating - real woman.
O'Toole has said he is willing to march in homosexual pride parades, and has praised other Conservative MPs for doing the same.
Under O'Toole we've witnessed the greatest purge of social conservatives in the history of the Conservative Party. Under his leadership, numerous pro-life and pro-family candidates have been disqualified and barred from running under his leadership, specifically because of their social conservative beliefs, including past social conservative Leadership contenders and MPs, Brad Trost and Pierre Lemieux.
We also witnessed the spectacle of O'Toole kicking an elected Conservative MP, Derek Sloan, out of the party, thus nullifying the votes of the Conservative Party members who nominated him.
O'Toole has demonstrated a tremendous lack of respect for free speech, engaging in cancel culture to eliminatine his opponent in the CPC Leadership, Jim Karahalios, falsely accusing him of "racism" for criticizing the implementation of Sharia law in Canada.
Under O'Toole's leadership, a Christian pastor had his Conservative Party membership revoked for opposing Ontario's draconian lockdown restrictions. The nominatinad CPC canddidate for Yukon had has candidacy revoked for expressing opposition to vaccine passports and mandatory covid injections.
O'Toole has stated that he supports decriminalization of marijuana, a dangerous gateway drug that often leads to harder substances like cocaine and heroin, and which a growing body of evidence suggests is causing psychosis in some users. O’Toole suggested the Party should not try to reverse Trudeau’s legalization of the harmful narcotic, which as a result of legalization will obviously become more accessible to children and youth.
O'Toole disgracefully revealed himself to be an enemy of parental rights (and science), by voting to pass Bill C-6, Justin Trudeau's so-called "conversion therapy" legislation that would jail parents for up to 5 years if they dare to affirm their gender-confused child in his or her biological sex.
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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