Does Prime Minister Trudeau Think His Government’s TikTok Ban Is Racist?

Why is discussing the danger posed by Communist China-linked individuals/organizations only ‘racist’ when Trudeau’s political power is at stake?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is attempting to hide behind ‘racism’ in order to distract from the China election interference scandal:

At the same time, the Liberal government is banning TikTok on government devices:

This raises an important question:

Why is addressing concerns about China ‘racist’ when those concerns could imperil Trudeau’s political power, but not racist when it pertains to government employees?

It’s a point made in a great Tweet by Conservative Senator Denise Batters:

“So, according to the Trudeau Government…

#TikTok bad: as it “presents an unacceptable level of risk to privacy and security”…

Yet federal election interference: 🤷‍♀️


Using racism as a political cudgel strips the word of real meaning

By using ‘racism’ to score political points, Justin Trudeau strips the word of real meaning.

If people fall for the idea that racism is only ‘racism’ when it’s useful for Justin Trudeau and his political interests, it makes it much more difficult for our country to address real racism and discrimination.

‘Racism’ isn’t a word to just be thrown around to distract from scandals, and Canadians have the right to expect more responsible and rational leadership from our Prime Minister.

Spencer Fernando

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