Justin Trudeau is on vacation again. On your dime, again.
This time, it’s a luxury family vacation to India.
Did you see them posing at the Taj Mahal? You almost never see the Taj Mahal empty like that, but to accommodate Trudeau’s vanity photo shoot, 35,000 pilgrims and tourists, some of whom had surely planned their visit for a long time, had to wait more than an hour, in 90-degree heat, while Justin and princess Sophie did their modelling.
They even brought all sorts of costumes. It’s weird, don’t you think? To treat India as some sort of curiosity?
But while that stuff works wonders on the Canadian media, it's going over like a lead balloon in India itself:
"Reports have suggested that the Indian government is unhappy with Canada’s soft stance on Sikh radicals, who have increased pro-Khalitsan activities in recent years.”
India is also upset with Trudeau’s chumminess with radical Islam, given India’s rivalry with Muslim Pakistan.
It's not just the Indian media, either, as I'll show you tonight.
But Canada's Media Party is pretending this is fine, that our "soft on terrorism" policies are starting to worry our allies. That we are not taken seriously in the world.
We have a Trudeau problem.
But we have a media problem too...
NEXT: To discuss this further, I'm joined by conservative activist and founder of Alberta Can't Wait, Prem Singh.
THEN: David Millard Haskell, Associate Professor of Religion and Culture at Wilfrid Laurier University, comes on to talk about his provocative Vancouver Sun op-ed, "Criticism of religious groups is good for religion."
FINALLY: Your messages to me!