Days of weakness and failure have led Trudeau to end up taking the same position he attacked Andrew Scheer for taking.
Justin Trudeau has finally said what he should have been saying from the beginning:
Illegal blockades must be brought down.
Of course, the hypocrisy is sickening.
When Andrew Scheer said the same thing days ago, Trudeau called it “disqualifying,” and slammed the Conservatives.
But now, Trudeau is saying the same thing:
“The barricades must now come down. The injunctions must be obeyed and the law must be uphleld” – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau”
“The barricades must now come down. The injunctions must be obeyed and the law must be uphleld” – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
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— Mackenzie Gray (@Gray_Mackenzie) February 21, 2020
“So the prime minister has come around to Andrew Scheer’s view, then. Must have seen the latest public opinion polls.”
So the prime minister has come around to Andrew Scheer's view, then. Must have seen the latest public opinion polls. https://t.co/hK9NmXCXU1
— Terry Glavin (@TerryGlavin) February 21, 2020
“The PM’s glaringly cynical backtrack on blockades isn’t amusing. It’s profoundly disturbing. That somebody in his position could so wildly miscalculate on an issue this important should be unfathomable. But here we are.”
This is pathetic hypocrisy.
After slamming Scheer for saying the exact same thing, Trudeau has now taken Scheer’s position.
As we can see, Trudeau has ZERO leadership skill or ability, and can only demonize and/or copy the ideas of others while his own weakness makes the crisis worse.
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