Singh has formed a pact with Trudeau and has demonized those who disagree with him. He can’t act shocked that Canadians are angry.
Jagmeet Singh continues to face angry Canadians across the country, as his divisive and dishonest political approach continues to backfire.
In Brampton, Singh was confronted by a crowd who were clearly not fans of the NDP leader:
“Jagmeet Singh, ran out of Brampton. This is the new norm.”
Jagmeet Singh, ran out of Brampton. This is the new norm. pic.twitter.com/lK5lPuSPxD
— Kevin B – fringe minority – liar.com – (@bambkb) May 28, 2022
“Hear The Full Story Jagmeet Singh -ASHAMED,he IS NOT A TRUE REPRESENTATION OF A TRUE SINGH,BETRAYS HIS OWN COMMUNITY BY JOINING HANDS WITH OPPOSITION.WE VOTED 4 HIM ONLY 2 B BETRAYEDHe runs away,does not answer any questions just like Trudeau”
Hear The Full Story Jagmeet Singh -ASHAMED,he IS NOT A TRUE REPRESENTATION OF A TRUE SINGH,BETRAYS HIS OWN COMMUNITY BY JOINING HANDS WITH OPPOSITION.WE VOTED 4 HIM ONLY 2 B BETRAYEDHe runs away,does not answer any questions just like Trudeau@theJagmeetSingh pic.twitter.com/8iHuIwHdov
— WE WANT TO LIVE PEACEFULLY IN CANADA LIKE BEFORE (@SupportIndiaFa1) May 28, 2022
On Twitter, Darshan Maharaja shared important information to add context to the video:
“For anyone wondering, the last thing that was said was “You sold out our community”. The person used the word ‘qawm ‘ which means ‘community’ in several South Asian languages.”
For anyone wondering, the last thing that was said was “You sold out our community”. The person used the word ‘qawm ‘ which means ‘community’ in several South Asian languages.
— Darshan Maharaja (@TheophanesRex) May 28, 2022
Another video shows the NDP having apparently called the police on those who didn’t support Singh at an event:
“The police that the ndp cowards called on us were laughing at the fact #Jagmeetsingh was hiding during a public meet and greet..
and laughing at the fact they had to call the police on us for simply peacefully trying to hold a public servant accountable 😂 #NDP”
Divisive politics, divided nation
One thing you’ll notice is that politicians like Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh love to reverse cause and effect.
They act as if angry Canadians are the cause of Canada being divided, rather than acknowledging that angry people and a divided nation are an effect of the divisive policies and divisive rhetoric used by the Liberal-NDP Pact.
In the last election, Justin Trudeau used the rights and freedoms of Canadians as a wedge issue, and referred to unvaccinated people in the most divisive terms.
Jagmeet Singh said he “doesn’t respect Conservatives,” and has been glad to partner with Trudeau in denying millions of people the right to travel.
Singh also pushed divisive economic rhetoric, ignorantly blaming ‘big corporations’ and the ‘rich’ for inflation, while completely ignoring the role of the carbon tax and massive government spending – all policies he supports.
All the while, Singh lives it up, driving expensive cars and wearing expensive suits, even as his policies push the kind of life he lives far out of reach for more and more Canadians.
This is the cause of the anger he is facing across Canada, and no amount of playing the victim or attempting to blame the Canadian People will change that reality.
Photo – Twitter
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