The Problem Isn’t ‘Trudeau’s Team.’ It’s Trudeau.

Justin has repeatedly shown an affinity for communist regimes and seems to feel sympathy for those who despise what Canada stands for. A new ‘team’ of people around him won’t fix that.

It’s been a tough few weeks for Justin Trudeau, with his poll numbers falling and his ‘woke’ international image turning into a joke.

Now, a few pundits are speculating as to whether it’s time for a change to Justin Trudeau’s team.

Writing in Maclean’s about Trudeau’s top advisors Katie Telford and Gerald Butts, Stephen Maher says “Telford and Butts are talented and close to Trudeau. They couldn’t have made him what he is today if they were not. But they may be too close to him to deliver the stern warnings he needs to get him to rein in his worst impulses, which seem to involve travel to exotic destinations.”

Of course, while Butts is very controversial and disliked by many Canadians, the real problem with the Trudeau government isn’t Trudeau’s staff.

The problem is Trudeau.

He is the one who has pushed the Liberal Party farther and farther towards globalism, he is the one who has taken a mandate for small deficits and used it to falsely justify endless red ink, he is the one who has shown disturbing weakness towards convicted terrorists, and he is the one who has demonstrated an affinity for authoritarian communist regimes.

Changing staff won’t change Trudeau’s core ideology, which is based upon always seeing the western world as the bad guy and putting empty virtue-signalling ahead of real governing.

In our system of government, the Prime Minister has massive power. His staff can’t force him to do anything, and MPs have almost zero leverage.

So, the Trudeau government reflects the ideology and actions of the person in charge of it – Justin Trudeau.

As a result, a change of staff would be nothing more than a cosmetic alteration, and would do nothing to fix the core problem at the heart of the Canadian State: An unfit ‘leader’ at the helm of a nation that deserves far better.

Spencer Fernando

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