A couple of months ago, the Canadian musical Come from Away was playing on Broadway. It was about how Americans who were flying in other planes on 9/11 were allowed to land in Newfoundland and stay there for a few days.
It was a remarkable moment of Newfoundland hospitality, so I’m sure it’s a heart-warming play.
And I don’t have a problem with Canada’s prime minister going to Broadway to hobnob around Come from Away. That makes sense in a PR sort of way.
But Alex Nuttall, a Conservative MP, asked:
How much money did Canadian taxpayers have to pay for this latest Trudeau photo op?
The government answered, and the media reported it, if only as an excuse to use their glamour shots of Trudeau again.
Trudeau bought out the entire theatre, for $30,000.
Along with Canadian lawyers and lobbyists, there was no tyrant in the world Trudeau did not invite that night:
Cuba, China, Venezuela, Burma. OPEC and terrorist countries.
Countries with whom Canada has sanctions in place, like Iran. (SCROLL DOWN to see the list.)
Why? Well, it’s obvious:
Trudeau was bribing every loser at the UN, because he wants Canada to have a seat on the security council.
Canada lost our seat on that council, because under Stephen Harper we stood up against tyrants and dictatorships. So we lost their votes.
But Trudeau has shown he’s willing to live it up on Broadway with every thug in the world.
If that’s what he’s doing in public, you can only imagine what he’s trading away in private…
TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Our BC Bureau Chief Christopher Wilson, and Sam Westrop of the Middle East Forum.