It’s almost as if Justin Trudeau’s rhetoric about a ‘positive campaign’ is total BS. But Trudeau wouldn’t lie, would he?
Justin Trudeau loves talking about ‘Sunny Ways’ and says he’s going to run a ‘positive campaign.’
Yet, every time he has an opportunity to make good on his rhetoric, he instead shows the opposite.
Trudeau is by far the most divisive, dishonest politician Canada has seen in a long time, purposely dividing Canadians for his own selfish political agenda.
And when it comes to his MPs, he seems to have no problem with outrageous comments – even threats against political opponents.
Here’s what Liberal MP Adam Vaughan recently tweeted about Doug Ford:
“Next he will go after young offenders & end ”free school“ in detention centres … instead of playing whack-a-mole; Let’s just whack him.”
This could easily be taken as a threat against Ford, and is certainly unacceptable from a politician.
And Vaughan’s ‘apology’ was weak, trying to weasel out of it and blame others “who took offense”:
If a Conservative MP had tweeted anything like that, the entire media would be calling on them to resign.
And Trudeau should be holding himself to a higher standard, considering that he acts as if he’s the only one who never goes negative (even though that’s total BS).
It’s almost as if Trudeau has been lying this whole time about running a ‘positive campaign’ and so-called ‘Sunny Ways.’
And of course he has been, because Trudeau’s entire political strategy is based on lies.
He accuses his opponents of everything that he is doing, always deflecting blame and refusing to take responsibility.
His refusal to remove Vaughan only confirms that Trudeau and the Liberals are the main source of anger and division in Canada.
Photo – YouTube