Trudeau’s Brazeau Comments Reveal His Elitist Arrogance

Looks like Mr. “Inclusive” is once again being exposed as a total hypocrite.

Despite global headlines as a “modern” and “progressive” leader, Justin Trudeau is yet again being exposed as an elitist hypocrite who cares only for his own inflated image.

Trudeau is taking tons of heat for his recent comments in a pathetically fawning interview in Rolling Stone, where he discussed setting up his boxing match with Senator Patrick Brazeau.

Here’s what Trudeau said about setting up the Brazeau fight:

“I wanted someone who would be a good foil, and we stumbled upon the scrappy tough-guy senator from an Indigenous community. He fit the bill and it was a very nice counterpoint. I saw it as the right kind of narrative, the right story to tell.”

Trudeau’s mention of the “Indigenous community,” and the fact that he seems to be discussing using the opportunity to fight an Indigenous person to boost his own image, is not sitting well with many Canadians.

The idea that he’s talking about a “narrative” and “right story to tell,” also shows how calculated his image is, rather than being an authentic representation.

And yet, while much of the establishment media is shocked, millions of Canadians know that this is who Trudeau really is.

Trudeau is a rich, out-of-touch elitist. He has his job because of his family name. He’s merely acting as someone who understands Canadians, and whenever he goes off script he reveals his true attitude. Remember, Trudeau expressed his admiration for China’s dictatorship while riffing off script.

While Trudeau is desperately trying to regain his image as someone committed to “reconciliation,” his policies continue to show that he doesn’t get it.

Consider how quick Trudeau is to give away our taxpayer money overseas, while millions of Canadians – including many Indigenous people – are facing poverty and serious financial struggles.

Many of our inner cities are devoid of opportunity and absolutely ridden with crime. Many reserves lack even basic infrastructure and resemble third-world countries. Many northern communities have truly horrific suicide rates (among the worst on the entire planet).

But where are Trudeau’s visits to those communities? Why doesn’t he slash foreign aid and put that money towards helping people who actually live in Canada?

That would be true reconciliation, as it would be solving real problems.

Of course, Trudeau and the other elites would prefer to just talk about reconciliation – without ever defining it in any tangible way. After all, it gives them a goal to work towards way off in the future, while looking “modern” and “progressive,” – fitting with the image manipulation they seek to create.

Fixing tangible problems of jobs, crime, and infrastructure are certainly tougher than talking. And fixing problems within Canada gets far less international attention than giving away billions to other countries.

So, the politicians like Trudeau just talk and talk and talk.

Now, with his comments about Patrick Brazeau, Trudeau’s showing he can’t even get the talk right.

What a disgrace.

Spencer Fernando


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