Trudeau treats his Canadian critics like garbage, while putting on a fake “open” persona while speaking to New York University graduates.
Here’s what Justin Trudeau said on May 15, 2018 in Calgary:
“I don’t think there’s any magic phrase I can say that’ll have critics and skeptics sort of put down their criticism: Oh, you know what, the prime minister reassured me today. So I’m not speaking to them.”
Here’s what Justin Trudeau said on May 16, 2018 in New York City:
“Here’s my request. As you go forward from this place, I would like you to make a point of reaching out to people whose beliefs and values differ from your own. I would like you to listen, truly listen, and try to understand them.”
Michelle Rempel pointed out Trudeau’s immense hypocrisy in a Tweet yesterday:
What a tool.
— Michelle Rempel (@MichelleRempel) May 16, 2018
She summed him up perfectly: “What a tool.”
Trudeau treats other countries better than he treats Canadians
Here’s what I said yesterday about Trudeau’s obsession with his image on the world stage:
“If someone was disliked by most of their family, yet loved by strangers, we would call that person a fraud. So why does Trudeau get praised for being more popular outside Canada than he is within it? If he wants international attention, run for the UN, not PM.”
A leader is not supposed to be more popular outside their country than they are inside it. Trudeau is supposed to be working for Canadians. That means fighting for our interests, and putting the well-being of our own citizens above all else.
But, because serving Canadians would cut down on his international popularity, Trudeau prefers to treat his Canadian critics like garbage, while pretending to be an ‘open-minded’ leader on the world stage.
It’s massively hypocritical, it’s incredibly manipulative, and it shows that Justin Trudeau has become fully untethered from the truth and fully detached from his duty to the Canadian people.
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