June 28, 2017

#BlameTheOpposition: Trudeau’s childish ways mocked after end of session news conference

Brian LilleyArchive

Justin Trudeau has an accountability problem. Like a toddler, he thinks everything is someone else's fault and he showed that this week when he held an end of session news conference and blamed the opposition for his failures.

Despite having a majority in the Commons and an effective majority in the Senate, Trudeau couldn't accomplish some things.

His solution? Blame the opposition.

Watch as I explain why Junior is so wrong.

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commented 2017-06-28 16:26:32 -0400
Golly Zoolander, unanimous vote to fight climate change. Unanimous vote to tell the Senate to suck it. Near unanimous vote for the abhorrent M-103. Ya, boy, tough sledding all right. (BTW, since parliament voted unanimously to completely ignore the Senate…shouldn’t that mean they should move immediately to abolish it? What am I missing here?)
commented 2017-06-28 16:22:43 -0400
Send him packing. Amen.
commented 2017-06-28 16:21:03 -0400
Opposition?!?! What opposition? He’d have a harder time walking down the yellow brick road. The Pillsbury Doughboy has been about as vocal and visible as a fly on the wall since winning the mantle of leader of the official opposition. No doubt the Brown tactic, “i’ll be Wynne but with a real penis! $15 for everyone!”
commented 2017-06-28 16:20:58 -0400
Would this make Trudeau a sock puppet?
commented 2017-06-28 16:20:18 -0400
I will freely admit that Mulroney was a worthless POS that the conservatives chose, i even voted Liberal in Chretins first election to get rid of him.
commented 2017-06-28 16:17:50 -0400
Geez Liberal party , you did have some actual adults to choose from when you picked a leader. Any damage this clown does to your parties image and popularity is the fault of the members who voted for him as leader.
commented 2017-06-28 16:04:38 -0400
Trudeau will never grow up, so in 2019 he has to be sent packing.