Something must be seriously sick in his head.
On Twitter, the National Citizens Coalition made a great find of an old article from 2016:
“FROM THE VAULT: Back in 2016, Trudeau voted against a Conservative motion declaring ISIS atrocities as genocide. Yet just this week he was more than willing to label the domestic crimes committed against Indigenous women as an act of Canadian genocide.”
FROM THE VAULT: Back in 2016, Trudeau voted against a Conservative motion declaring ISIS atrocities as genocide. Yet just this week he was more than willing to label the domestic crimes committed against Indigenous women as an act of Canadian genocide. https://t.co/FQug8Tqz4t
— National Citizens Coalition (@NatCitizens) June 5, 2019
The European Union and United States both agreed that ISIS was committing genocide.
But Trudeau refused. Even some Liberal MPs voted with the Conservative motion, along with NDP MPs and Bloc MPs.
Yet, Trudeau and the majority of Liberals voted against it, and it was struck down.
At the time, Trudeau said “We don’t feel that politicians should be weighing in on this first and foremost. Determinations of genocide need to be made in an objective, responsible way.”
Here’s an excerpt:
“We don’t feel that politicians should be weighing in on this first and foremost,” he said. “Determinations of genocide need to be made in an objective, responsible way.”
Ambrose called that position a “low-point” for the Liberal party and a “dark spot” on Canada’s human rights record.
When he was pressed again on the case of thousands of Yazidi girls being murdered or turned into sex slaves, the prime minister was resolute that determinations of genocide must be done objectively on the international stage.
“We will not trivialize the importance of the word genocide by not respecting formal engagements around that word,” he said.
Wait a minute, Trudeau thinks determinations of genocide should be done ‘objectively on the international stage?’
Then why the hell is he quoting from the MMIWG report that wasn’t international at all?
How can he not see how hypocritical this all is?
Now, Trudeau accuses Canadians of genocide.
So, Justin Trudeau doesn’t think ISIS – one of the most horrifically evil and brutal groups ever seen in history – committed genocide. He refuses to accuse them of that crime.
But now, he is flat out accusing Canadians of being a genocidal nation.
He thinks we’re committing genocide.
By agreeing with the recent MMIWG report’s use of the term genocide, Justin Trudeau is spitting over his own country, showing his hatred for Canada, and showing a stunningly disgusting level of hypocrisy.
It’s an absolute disgrace.
Justin Trudeau thinks the country he leads is worse than ISIS, as he was willing to accuse all of us of something he wouldn’t even accuse ISIS of.
This is a new low for Canada, and represents the absolutely pathetic failure of Justin Trudeau.
Any MP who stands with him at this point is complicit in his dangerous attempt to destroy Canadian pride, embarrass our country, and drive our national confidence into the ground.
There can be no doubt at this point that Justin Trudeau has total contempt for the idea of Canada, and has total contempt for Canadians.
Remember: When anyone talks to you about Justin Trudeau, just tell them this: He thinks Canada is worse than ISIS.
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