United We Roll Twitter demands Bernier step back, wants unity behind Scheer
A message from the United We Roll convoy has been tweeted from the groups Twitter account demanding that Bernier step back so that Canadians can unite behind Andrew Scheer.
Bernier and his People’s Party went into their first electoral test Monday in three federal byelections.
The party captured just over 10% of the vote in Burnaby South yesterday, but failed to make any sizable impact in the rural Ontario riding of York-Simcoe, or the urban Montreal riding of Outremont, where the party had less than 2% of the final vote.
Bernier tweeted early Tuesday that the poor Ontario and Quebec numbers were “disappointing” and said he “expected more” from those ridings while praising the more favourable Burnaby result as “great.”