Trudeau has pandered to radical elements, purposely demonizing our country in an attempt to appear ‘woke.’ Now, radicals are tearing down statues in Canada.
Here’s the scene in Montreal, where radical extremists were allowed to tear down a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald:
— Matt Wolf (@MattWolfAB) August 29, 2020
As I said on Twitter, there must be consequences for this:
“The government must repair and reinstall the Sir John A. Macdonald Statue. Radical extremists mobs cannot be allowed to tear down our Canadian History! Government must also ensure protection for statues and historic sites throughout Canada, and prosecute those who attack them.”
So, why was this allowed to happen?
In large part, because Justin Trudeau emboldened it.
You remember how Justin Trudeau agreed with the claims that Canada was in the midst of an ‘ongoing genocide,’ absurdly agreeing that Canada was committing crimes against humanity while he was serving as PM.
He pandered to radical sentiment, and has emboldened extremists.
When the PM of Canada calls his own country a genocidal state, how can that government claim any legitimacy?
Trudeau created conditions that would ‘justify’ this anti-Canadian extremism.
Of course, you know that this is all no surprise coming from Trudeau.
After all, Trudeau called Canada a ‘Post-National State’ with no core identity, thus setting the stage for radicals to try and uproot our history and tear the country down.
Trudeau’s dangerous rhetoric and willingness to demonize Canada is now having serious consequences, as radicals feel emboldened, the country grows more and more divided, and our nation is weakened by malicious internal and external forces.
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