Trudeau is trying to blame the ‘extreme-right,’ despite the obvious fact that it was a radical far-left mob that tore down the statue.
Justin Trudeau loves dividing Canadians.
In fact, it’s been his singular ‘achievement’ in office, with Canada more divided than we have been in a long-time.
Western separation is on the rise, the Bloc is resurgent in Quebec, and the level of political anger and partisan division has reached new heights. All of this coincides with Trudeau’s time in office, and as we all know, Trudeau and the Liberals have been the key contributor to that division.
And that isn’t changing anytime soon.
Yesterday, Justin Trudeau finally denounced the destruction of the John A. Macdonald statue in Montreal, after waiting two days, and after many other leaders, including Erin O’Toole and Francois Legault, denounced it immediately.
In his remarks, Trudeau said he was “disappointed.”
However, in his remarks in French, Trudeau tried to blame the ‘extreme-right.’
“We’ve seen, following that, people on either side of the spectrum trying to use these elements as a way of furthering debates,” the prime minister said, only in French: “I think that we’re seeing, particularly on the extreme right, that they’re trying to start culture wars and divide Canadians on issues such as that.”
This is total gaslighting.
The radical left has been pushing for a culture war, emboldened by radical university professors and by politicians like Justin Trudeau himself who demonize Canada.
Politicians like Justin Trudeau repeatedly refuse to even acknowledge that Antifa and radical far-left extremists exist, and then blame the ‘extreme-right’ when the radical left tears down statues.
Trudeau continues to try and blame everything on his opponents, continues to lie to Canadians, and continues to divide the country.
He is a totally failed leader.
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