Does he realize how hypocritical he is?
Justin Trudeau took a break from demonizing Canadian small businesses to attend the Bloomberg Global Business Forum at the Plaza Hotel in New York City.
While trying to pit Canadians against each other here at home, Trudeau decided to play the fake role of “unifying globalist,” pushing the supposed benefits of “free trade.”
Yet, in the context of his divisive rhetoric against many Canadians, Trudeau’s comments are massively hypocritical.
Here’s excerpts of his remarks, as reported by Axios:
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: “[T]rade leads to growth… and we made a deal with citizens that we would pursue pro-growth policies and that everyone would benefit… So we’ve seen growth, but it hasn’t necessarily reached everyone… and that’s where we fall into the politics of fear and envy… so now we need to make a turn into a new progressive trade agenda.”
Of course, when Trudeau says “progressive trade,” he’s talking about a new name for the same globalist policies that betray Canadian workers, empty out our manufacturing sector, and let our country be sold off to foreign nations and foreign corporations.
However, the most hypocritical aspect of his comments is his condemnation of “the politics of fear and envy.”
Fear and envy is exactly what Trudeau is trying to conjur up by demonizing middle-class small business owners, doctors, farmers, and many other Canadians.
The fact that Trudeau either doesn’t realize, or doesn’t care about his immense hypocrisy is a concerning sign that he really believes his own BS.
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