The whole world is laughing at Justin Trudeau. In a move worthy of a substitute drama teacher, stormed across the House of Commons, grabbed one male MP, elbowed another female MP in the chest, and swore at them all.
Even the Toronto Star called his conduct “bizarre” and a “disturbing failure of judgement.”
But before it’s all forgotten, let me point out ten things about the story that the liberal media glossed over.
Number one: Trudeau was looking to pick a fight. He stormed over like a male model angry that his soy latte was cold. But this is the prime minister of our country. Thank God we don’t have nuclear weapons.
Number two: What Trudeau did was violent in nature. I’m not saying what he did was a crime. But it wasn’t an accident either. He was physical, on purpose, so of course he hit Ruth-Ellen Brosseau. Not on purpose. But you go in physically, elbows up, a scuffle, you’re negligent. He was flailing around like an angry juvenile. Which he is.
Don’t miss the rest of my list.
(And if you think I forgot something, tell me in the comments!)
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Today, some of his group's upcoming gigs were cancelled. Event organizers objected to Hughes' comments about security at the Bataclan that night.
Gavin comes on to talk about this new controversy.
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