Montreal's Reaction On Twitter To Pauline Marois's Crushing Defeat

Intense tweets calling out Marois and the PQ.
Montreal's Reaction On Twitter To Pauline Marois's Crushing Defeat

After a brief 18 month stint as premiere of Quebec, Pauline Marois has ended her career as leader of the Parti Québécois following yesterday's election results.

The Liberals won, the PQ lost (quite badly) and the world keeps on turning.

Hopefully the change in leadership will bring about some positive changes for the province, but before any of that, and before Mme Marois steps out of the limelight, Montrealers had some choice words to say to the previous premiere of Quebec.

See Montreal's reactions to Pauline Marois's crushing defeat below.

To be fair that's how I start every morning



— Anto (@Anto_K) April 8, 2014

I mean, no one likes to talk about how they lost




— Max Harrold (@MHarroldCTV) April 8, 2014

Last minute car detailing







— Maya Johnson (@MJohnsonCTV) April 8, 2014

A bit of a stretch, but I think Mother Nature has some political views. She obviously votes Green Party.



— Marie (@FPOnTheDL) April 8, 2014

Both are very valid reasons

— Eric Pambianchi (@ericpambianchi) April 8, 2014

Marois should have gone the reverse psychology route then





— Roy Y (@royyvr) April 8, 2014

Marois is a secret martyr. This guy gets it

— MP (@Marp2057) April 8, 2014

If a clown and a useless guy are our only options, we're still in trouble...



— frenchy (@CaronStefcaron) April 8, 2014

The coronation is this afternoon




— Tom Novakoski (@tom_nova) April 8, 2014

What do you think of Pauline Marois's time as premiere?

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