Trudeau’s Refusal To Apologize For Spreading False Hijab Attack Story Shows He Assumes The Worst About Canadians

Justin Trudeau immediately assumed that the incident was true – even without confirmation – and spread a false story worldwide.

Justin Trudeau loves giving apologies.

So why hasn’t he apologized for spreading the false Hijab attack story?

What would have likely remained a local or national story, instead became an international story, as the PM weighed in both on Twitter to his millions of followers, and in a press conference.

This gave the story a massive amount of attention, and spread it around the world.

Notably, the story falsely and unfairly implicated an ‘Asian male’ even though no crime occurred. Trudeau has yet to apologize for spreading a story that falsely cast a large number of people under suspicion.

Additionally, while others who spread the story did so in an understated manner (Scheer calling on people to help the police), and others who made a big deal of it apologized afterwards, Trudeau did neither.

He – and his MPs – used it to continue their agenda of attacking Canadians as “Islamophobic” and lecturing us once again as if he has some sort of moral authority.

There is also the immense hypocrisy of Trudeau spreading this story so quickly, yet having nothing to say about a Syrian refugee who allegedly assaulted six girls at the West Edmonton Mall.

Trudeau – and other politicians – were silent about that incident, despite the fact that it’s going to trial and thus has much more confirmation than the ‘Hijab attack’ ever did.

There were no lectures after the West Edmonton Mall incident, nothing about how Canada has to be careful about who we let into the country.


Yet, when an incident apparently happens that can be used to push the narrative that Canadians are “Islamophobic,” Trudeau does everything to spread it, while automatically assuming the worst about the Canadian people.

It shows that at a very fundamental level Justin Trudeau views himself as superior to our country and the Canadian people, and that horrendous level of arrogance and entitlement must be severely punished at the polls in 2019.

Spencer Fernando

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