After Conservative MP speaks about 36 opioid deaths in his community, Chagger says “Oh that’s it? That’s not so bad, is it?”
The elites think they’re better than the rest of us, and that attitude infuses everything about the Liberal Party under Justin Trudeau.
In a horrific example of that arrogance, Liberal House Leader Bardish Chagger was caught on audio mocking opioid deaths.
Conservative MP Alex Nuttall was speaking about 38 people dying in his community, 36 of whom passed away as a result of opioid overdoses.
After Nuttall spoke, Chagger could be heard openly mocking the situation, saying “Oh that’s it? That’s not so bad, is it?”
What a sick thing to say.
Here’s the video/audio of Chagger’s awful remarks:
These heartless, cruel comments by this Trudeau Liberal are incredibly hurtful to the thousands of Canadians who have suffered because of the opioid crisis. Is openly mocking 38 deaths how Liberal Cabinet Ministers talk behind closed doors? https://t.co/StuLDvmnJU pic.twitter.com/m08nSgleYX
— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) December 13, 2018
And while some Liberals tried to deflect from Chagger’s comments and claimed she was taken out of context, she later had to apologize for her remarks, making it clear that nothing was taken out of context at all.
If a Conservative had made similar comments, the entire media establishment would be calling for their resignation. It would be the biggest national news story.
But since it’s a Liberal who did it, the media has been muted, only saying that Chagger “heckled” Nuttall.
Of course, we know there’s a huge difference between ‘heckling,’ and outright mocking the deaths of Canadians.
Chagger should obviously be forced to resign, but since Trudeau never holds his people accountable, Chagger’s job is 100% safe.
This shows what the elitist Trudeau Liberals really think about suffering Canadian Citizens. While people who violate our laws and live outside our country get taken care of like royalty at our expense, Canadian Citizens in need get treated with absolute contempt by the federal government.
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