With federal elections right around the corner, it seems that Canadian political leaders have been in the spotlight when it comes to Twitter attacks. For the past few months, Canadians have been using Twitter to express their opinions on the potential Canadian leaders, and they really don't hold back. On Saturday morning '95% of Canadians' was trending on Twitter, and Canadians were using it as an opportunity to rip Andrew Scheer apart.\nAs a political figure, Scheer has definitely been on the brunt end of some hate. Like everyone who brings themselves into the political spotlight, Canadians have found their way to share their negative thoughts on the leader.\n"95% of Canadians" started to trend earlier Saturday morning after a video was released of Andrew Scheer reportedly discussing Canadian Healthcare.\nTwitter user, G.T. Lem posted a video captioned "Andrew Scheer SLAMS THE DOOR on a National Pharmacare program saying "95% of Canadians" already have a drug plan."\nWhile the video does not show the exact question that Scheer is being asked, he has spoken up about the Liberals National Pharmacare plan in the past, stating clearly that he is against such a program.\nIn the video, Scheer is reportedly heard saying that 95 percent of Canadians have access to Pharmacare, and it is not something that needs to be heavily invested in.\nWhile it is not clear whether Scheer was directly linking the 95% statistic back to Pharmacare in Canada since viewers cannot hear the question that he is asked, many are quick to point out that he is wrong.\nAccording to Statistics Canada 1 in 5 Canadians are struggling to pay for their prescription medications each year.\nOne Twitter user even went as far as to say, "There is no way on earth that 95% of Canadians have drug plans... Yet again Andrew Scheer is LYING to Canadians."\nThere is no way on earth that 95% of Canadians have drug plans... Yet again Andrew Scheer is LYING to Canadians!#AndrewScheerCannotBeTrusted#cdnpoli #elxn43— Nickie 🧓🇨🇦 (@MuskokaMoneybag) September 6, 2019\nI'm gonna need some receipts on Scheer's "95% of Canadians have" a drug plan bullshit. pic.twitter.com/l8EZigvfZm— Tara K. Reed (@DoorflowerCo) September 6, 2019\n@AndrewScheer mr Scheer on behalf of every current unemployed Canadian-like myself, I call bullshit on your factoid that "95% of Canadians have Pharmacare"That's laughably FALSEStop spreading false information— Jess🌙 (@ChasingDeathbed) September 6, 2019\nHowever, while some Canadians are calling these facts false, a majority of Canadians are using this Twitter trend to roast Scheer regardless of the issue related to the trend.\nOne user went as far as to state, "95% of Canadians think @AndrewScheer is a piece of trash."\n95% of Canadians think @AndrewScheer is a piece of trash— Marissa (@mintdildo) September 7, 2019\n95% of Canadians will hopefully realize that @AndrewScheer is bad news for our country!#NeverScheer— cadria04 🇨🇦 🦉 (@cadria04) September 7, 2019\n95% of Canadians think @AndrewScheer looks like a 1950s American TV puppet. #Pharmacare #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/39dgoj4zpF— SL McIntosh 🇨🇦🍁 (@Mcatlady54) September 6, 2019\n95% of Canadians think this is bullshit pic.twitter.com/NW1SzukiXz— Dan (@hockeyfandan) September 7, 2019\n95% of Canadians would vote for Keanu Reeves over all current party heads. pic.twitter.com/8hRkZpxreo— Tara K. Reed (@DoorflowerCo) September 6, 2019\nHowever, Scheer isn't the only one who has been facing hate from Canadians through Twitter trends.\nEarlier this summer, Justin Trudeau was hit with hundreds of negative tweets after #TrudeauMustGo was trending on Twitter during the SNC-Laviln Affair.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.