Do you remember this?
That was in 2001 and Justin Trudeau, aged about 29, was teaching school in an upscale Vancouver scale. He said, after these pictures, and others were published that he couldn’t remember how many times he’s worn blackface.
What about this?
It was about the same time, still in BC, at the Kokanee Summit, a beer-fuelled music festival when he groped a young female reporter. he apologized the next day but, evidently, felt, 18 years later, that he had done nothing inappropriate and that she must have “experienced things differently.” Presumably she should have enjoyed being groped by a B-list celebrity.
Then there was this …
… a vacation on the Aga Khan’s private island which was only possible because Prime Minister Trudeau broke all kinds of well known conflict of interest rules, including a firm prohibition about ministers accepting free transportation ~ if he and his staff didn’t know about that then they are incompetent, which is almost as bad as being dishonest. Justin Trudeau said the Aga Khan was an old family friend. The impartial conflict of interest watchdog said she could find no evidence of that … what she did find was that the Aga Khan was lobbying the government and that Justin Trudeau has “an ethical blind spot” and a poor understanding of his role as prime minister. He doesn’t understand (or doesn’t want to acknowledge) that the “rules” apply to. him as well as to mere mortals.
And then this, if you recall …
… after the Globe and Mail broke the story about the prime minister and his political and bureaucratic staff trying to exert improper pressure on former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould both she and Jane Philpott resigned from cabinet on principle and then he booted them both out of caucus for being disloyal to the
Then, more recently, we have the ongoing We Charity scandal in which Justin Trudeau stands accused of conflict of interest, at least, again, because he directed his government to award hundreds of millions of taxpayers’ dollars ~ your tax dollars and mine ~ to a group …
… which paid his family (his Mother and his brother) hundreds f thousands of dollars and which actively worked to promote his image to Canadians.
And now he has prorogued parliament because he’s afraid that parliamentary committees, which he cannot use as rubber stamps for his decisions because he no longer has a majority, will dig out more facts.
But recent polling suggests that many, many Canadians still believe that Justin Trudeau is
a good an acceptable choice to lead Canada. “The fault,” Cassius told Brutus, “is not in our stars, but in ourselves.” So it is with us, 21st century Canadian voters if we ignore the undeniable fact that Justin Trudeau is a weak, dishonest, third rate human being who is unfit for high office.