Female Liberal MP Says She Was Blocked From Running For Not Sharing Message Praising ‘Feminist’ Trudeau

Yet again we see that Justin Trudeau uses minorities for his own purposes, then casts them aside the moment they aren’t useful.

The Globe & Mail is reporting that Liberal MP Eva Nassif was blocked from running in the upcoming election, because she didn’t share talking points praising the ‘feminism’ of Justin Trudeau.

In the article (which is behind a paywall and can be viewed here) Nassif says that at the height of the SNC-Lavalin Scandal, she – along with many Liberal MPs – was asked to share talking points praising Justin Trudeau as a feminist and saying he “always listened to the voices of women,” as he faced criticism for his mistreatment of Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott.

She felt it would be disingenous, and refused:

“I was punished for failing to hail Justin Trudeau as a great feminist in the wake of SNC-Lavalin when I didn’t post anything. And I was happy not to post anything because I am authentic,” said Nassif.

Nassif was then told that she couldn’t run again, and was “forced” to give a statement saying she had chosen not to run again, or the party would issue a statement saying she had been “rejected.”

Nassif also says she was subject to bullying, harassment, and intimidation by three MPs.

Notably, the Globe & Mail is reporting that the Liberal are refusing to say why Nassif was blocked from running.

Clearly, this is yet another example of how Justin Trudeau only likes women and minorities when they’re doing his bidding, and treats them like garbage otherwise.

You can read the full Globe & Mail story here.

Spencer Fernando

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