Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is going to pound Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole for the rest of the campaign on the fact O’Toole promised in his platform to repeal a May 2020 Liberal Order in Council banning 1,500 firearm models. Trudeau’s attack is fair game. After a firestorm of controversy about this promise, O’Toole on Sunday said the Order in Council would remain in place while a Conservative government conducts a review of it. It could be amended or repealed after that. That said, the idea of Trudeau portraying himself as the law-and-order candidate on gun violence in this election is absurd. If re-elected, Trudeau intends to pass the Liberals’ Bill C-22, removing mandatory minimum sentences for [various] gun-related offences. That’s consistent with Trudeau’s approach to gun violence, which is aimed primarily at gun control as opposed to tougher sanctions for criminals who use guns.