November 05, 2015

Revealing and ironic: "Stupid empty suit" Justin Trudeau pronounces "heirs" "HAIRS" during swearing in

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

At yesterday's swearing in of Justin Trudeau, the Media Party and the Liberal Party consummated their romance.

All I could think of was, "Get a room." And in fact, the CBC did — they were allowed to capture Justin's “private moments."

Trudeau promised the CBC a $150 million "success fee" if he was elected. And the CBC’s journalists union, the Canadian Media Guild, actually registered as an anti-Harper campaign group with Elections Canada.

But let me point out one ten second moment to remind you just how dumb our new prime minister is: While taking the oath, he can't tell the difference between "heirs" and "hairs."

Imagine if a Conservative had stumbled like that. But hey, when the media is in love, they’re going to pretend they didn’t notice.

 

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commented 2015-11-08 19:34:52 -0500
Heirs? Hairs? Who cares?

This guy is going to provide an endless supply of material for comedians (and Ezra) for the months and years to come. He’s a ticket to job security, if you ask me.
commented 2015-11-06 23:55:03 -0500
It would be a losing battle to deny that Justin Trudeau is handsome and articulate.
commented 2015-11-06 17:24:31 -0500
We knew it, people saw it in his campaign!
Yet they still voted for someone who was incompetent!
This will be like one of those countries back in the days of 1300 BC who had child Kings whereby nefarious relatives ran the kingdom!
commented 2015-11-06 13:39:53 -0500
Delighted to oblige you, Mike, as I shall in response to future vapidity.
commented 2015-11-06 12:52:29 -0500
LMAO…I’ve been waiting for that Rudden. Thanks once again for proving my point about you.
commented 2015-11-06 12:04:41 -0500
Robert Dick, you are correct. We are in for an embarrassing four years. Just watch when Canada’s reputation and economy drop, the left with the CBC in the lead will blame Harper.
commented 2015-11-06 12:01:49 -0500
Terry said to Mike Krchnak, “Butt their gooder at spelling an grammmer then yew.”

Just like the lowbrow left to attack the person rather than address what they say. Everybody makes mistakes in spelling and grammar, you included. Better watch your spelling and grammar from now on Terry.
commented 2015-11-06 09:42:02 -0500
Yeah – I was listening to that clown show on the radio. Almost spat out my coffee when I heard him say HAIRS. Holy shit, this guy can’t even read/spell AND to add to it, apparently has never come across the word “heir” used in a sentence. F@#k me, this is my PRIME MINISTER. So it wasn’t just me, he did really say that.
commented 2015-11-06 09:40:50 -0500
“To err (heir) is human… to forgive is ‘de hair(heir)line’”!
commented 2015-11-06 07:40:43 -0500
“TJay / Jack……I see numerous times you both have stated “I think” this or “l think” that. Well don’t…….your know good at it.”
Butt their gooder at spelling an grammmer then yew.
commented 2015-11-06 07:39:20 -0500
‘Terry Ruden yeah because the liberal media never reports on verbal gaffes eh?"
Sure they do. And it’s just as trivial when they do it.
commented 2015-11-06 07:37:15 -0500
So Jack, did you ever consider that Forbes was using their name to promote their cause? Guess not eh? You just fall for everything without critical thought? We’re in for 4yrs of the stupid leading the stupid. How nice!
commented 2015-11-06 05:07:46 -0500
Jay / Jack……I see numerous times you both have stated “I think” this or “l think” that. Well don’t…….your know good at it. And neither of you speak for me.
commented 2015-11-06 04:44:36 -0500
Drew, did you want to say something?
commented 2015-11-06 01:58:57 -0500
The left can insult and make fun of the words of leaders they do not like but once it is done to their halfwit , they cry like the hypocrites they are.
commented 2015-11-06 01:57:46 -0500
Jack Carter Rona has more balls than Justin the pansy. LOL.
commented 2015-11-06 01:56:03 -0500
JAck Carter the Islamists do not like abortion , Justin will not question them when the time comes.
commented 2015-11-06 01:55:01 -0500
Jack Carter you list liberal media fawning over Justin . as if that means a damn thing. LMAO
commented 2015-11-06 01:53:35 -0500
Terry Ruden yeah because the liberal media never reports on verbal gaffes eh? THey even lied about Sarah Palin, REAL JOURNALISTS MY ASS!
commented 2015-11-06 01:18:42 -0500
It is an act of treason to vote for any politician that swears an oath to the Queen of England and her heirs instead of swearing an oath to the Canadian voter.
commented 2015-11-06 00:34:06 -0500
Werner,

Trump will NEVER be President, so your scenario is moot.
commented 2015-11-06 00:32:52 -0500
Trudeau is more powerful than Donald Trump according To Forbes. Stephen Harper never made the list in 10 years as PM. LOL.

Justin Trudeau wasn’t even technically prime minister yet when Forbes named him one of the world’s most powerful people.

Trudeau ranks 69th on the magazine’s power list for 2015, which was released Wednesday, the very same day he was sworn into office.

He placed ahead of high-profile people like billionaire Carl Icahn (70th), World Health Organization (WHO) director-general Margaret Chan (73rd) and U.S. Republican candidate Donald Trump (72nd).

In other words …

In naming Trudeau, Forbes noted his successful leadership of the Liberal party in last month’s election, his lineage as the son of former prime minister Pierre Trudeau, and the fact that he will be the second-youngest person ever to hold the PM job.

Forbes considered four factors in drawing up its list:

Power over many people.

Control over large financial resources.

Power in a number of spheres.

Active use of authority.

Forbes editors ranked people based on those considerations and then those numbers were “averaged into a composite score.”

Trudeau’s inclusion marks the first time that a Canadian politician has appeared on the list. Former prime minister Stephen Harper was previously shortlisted, but never made the cut, Global News reported.

Forbes contributor David Ewalt told the network that Trudeau gained points for winning a majority and for speaking up in global issues.

Here is the full list.

http://www.forbes.com/powerful-people/list/
commented 2015-11-05 23:35:00 -0500
It is indeed a sad story. The best that can happen to Canada now is WHEN President Donald Trump tells Canada that’s it been taken over by the US (because, as President Trump explains, given the political situation in Ottawa, it’s clear that Canada needs adult supervision) and that PM POOPYPANTS has been fired…. “You’re fired, Poopypants!”
commented 2015-11-05 23:13:18 -0500
Read some of the comments on the polls and you’re right at least half of Canada are dumb abject morons and takers who would rather suck off the government tit then actually contribute to society, that’s called being a liberal.
commented 2015-11-05 23:09:02 -0500
When you hire somebody who is dumb as a post what do you expect , is an abject moron and nothing he will do will change that opinion is just plain to stupid for words
commented 2015-11-05 22:54:32 -0500
I think many who voted Conservative in the election are delighted with the new cabinet.
commented 2015-11-05 22:46:56 -0500
Jack, 31.89% voted for Conservative in the last election, so I will trust that number more than your poll number. Nevertheless the number, you cannot speak for all Canadians, can you.
commented 2015-11-05 22:33:37 -0500
Peter Netterville, while the Conservatives and the Bloq have been considered right-leaning in their policies, many of them — if not most — support liberal Canadian values.
I count myself among those who make mistakes in pronunciation. Like Bugs Bunny, “I dream of Jeannie, she’s a light brown hare.”
commented 2015-11-05 22:28:31 -0500
Peter,

Combine all the parties that are not conservative and that’s varying degrees of left. You don’t have to vote for Justin to be a liberal. NDP might work better for some people.

In addition – every single poll has more Canadians that self-identify as liberal over conservative. A poll conducted by EKOS Research confirms that twice as many Canadians self-identify as liberal than conservative.

Liberals account for 48 per cent of the population according to the poll, with 25 per cent identifying themselves as conservatives.

http://www.ekospolitics.com/wp-content/uploads/looking_backward_complete_series_january_9_2013.pdf
commented 2015-11-05 22:18:14 -0500
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s succinct “because it’s 2015” explanation of his new, half-female cabinet has attracted international attention.

The New York Times, Newsweek, Slate, the NBC Nightly News website and various other U.S. news organizations reported on Trudeau’s swearing-in on Wednesday, including his retort to a reporter when asked why having a cabinet with an equal number of men and women was important to him.

Newsweek cited a United Nations study to note that with Trudeau’s gender-equal cabinet Canada will now rank No. 4 in the world in terms of percentage of women in ministerial positions, tied with France and Liechtenstein. It was previously in 20th place, according to the UN Women report; Finland is No. 1.

Britain’s Telegraph also carried a story on Trudeau’s cabinet.

“In a shock ‘politician recognizes it’s the 21st century’ move, he’s picked 15 men and 15 women — the first gender-balanced ministerial team in the country’s history,” the newspaper reported in an article by Claire Cohen, the deputy women’s editor.

Even some celebrities waxed poetic.

“Why a gender balanced/50:50 government? ‘Because it’s 2015!’ Coolest thing I’ve seen in a while. Love U Canada,” actress Emma Watson, of Harry Potter fame, wrote on Twitter.

When Trudeau won a majority government on Oct. 19, much of the ensuing international coverage focused on his physical appearance.

This week, it’s the prime minister’s pithy defence of his gender-equal cabinet that’s prompted the international media to sit up and take notice.

The feminist U.S. website Jezebel’s piece on Trudeau’s cabinet was headlined: The Sexiest Thing About Justin Trudeau Is His Cabinet’s Gender Parity.