How do we stop this pathetic little man from making a fool of himself?
We need to find a way of keeping Trudeau here at home where he cannot make such a fool of himself, and thus Canada, on the world stage. We expect it here in Canada and now we know the world expects it too.
Speaking from the Commonwealth summit in Rwanda Friday, Trudeau told reporters that no rights should be taken for granted. “Today I think of those generations of women around the world and specifically in the United States who fought so hard to gain rights … and are facing this devastating setback,” he said. “It shows how much standing up and fighting for rights matters every day.”
The European government told him not to come back to spread his lies and hypocrisy and yet he continues to do just that.
While here at home his attitude towards those who try and protect their rights granted in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms is one of hate, and he reacted with violent and aggressive military style suppression to the Freedom Convoy but now he claims that standing up for those rights matter every day!
Perhaps this whimp of a feminist should have it explained to him that rights and freedoms belong to everyone and indeed everything, not just to women.
Hypocrisy has a new champion and it is Justin Trudeau, ably supported by his Sancho Panza and fellow WEF member, Jasmeet Singh, and his donkey the NDP.
The separation of Canadians into a two-tiered system is astounding, more so as soo many are accepting it as the new Trudeau normal. Generally, Canadians are too lazy to think for themselves anymore, and simply accept the propaganda perfected by the Nazis last century. Critical thinking is no longer taught in schools and parents are too tired from multiple jobs to educate their children.
Clearly, Trudeau does not care about either Canada or Canadians but only listens to Klaus Schwab and his comic Nazi friend in the Ukraine.
I am too disgusted to write any more today, and can only offer my apologies to the world for burdening it with such a “thing” which tells the world one thing and practices the opposite at home.