July 02, 2018

Canada Day SPECIAL: Top 10 Ten Boneheaded Things About Trudeau (Guest: Sheila Gunn Reid)

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

It's Canada Day, so we're marking that occasion by looking back at some of the dumbest things about PM Justin Trudeau.

Is it his "male feminist" virtue signalling? His twisted idea about "Canadian values" (or the lack of them...)? His damage to Canada's image abroad?

Our Alberta Bureau Chief Sheila Gunn Reid joins me to hash this out!

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commented 2018-07-04 13:51:50 -0400
I have been away, no cell service or internet at the Lake, so, the troll is floating the idea I post under another name…weird!
I recall something about this last week too.
Any chance Amy is deflecting?!!!
commented 2018-07-04 01:44:38 -0400
Inside Trudeau’s mind. Is that like Candice’s 100 Reasons to Re-elect Rachel Notley with 100 blank pages.
commented 2018-07-03 23:25:34 -0400
Justin. “Cleverness is quick but wisdom takes time”. Ezra Levant
commented 2018-07-03 23:18:33 -0400
Is it true that Stephen Harper is meeting with White House officials today or soon?
commented 2018-07-03 22:23:24 -0400
Barbie meant that when a large group of men go to a small community there is a need for more hooker I think but I could be wrong .
Biggest loser Canadian government EVER .
commented 2018-07-03 21:49:33 -0400
You could make several 2 hour long documentaries covering the Trudeau idiocy to dat & there’s still just over a year to go.
commented 2018-07-03 21:47:03 -0400
The trudeau name was heavyweight in the last election, but stupid’s governing and actions, has proven to be nothing but lightweight.
commented 2018-07-03 16:10:14 -0400
ROBERT MCCLELLAND , Trudeau IS spending more on defense, defense of the terrorist community. Think of the wasted millions of taxpayer’s dollars he will have to spend ‘reintegrating’ ISIS rapists, beheaders and immolaters back into Canadian society. A fool’s errand to be sure but no doubt it is ‘increased defense spending’ according to Trudeau’s treasonous way of thinking. It is a question of priorities and it is clear that Trudeau’s priorities have nothing to do with the defense of loyal and sane Canadians.
commented 2018-07-03 16:00:44 -0400
Another bone-headed thing that might be added, is Trudeau’s endless litany of boasts about his ‘feminism’ and yet has himself now become a target of the ‘me too’ movement over allegations of groping a female reporter at an event 18 years ago.

I do know whether the allegations against Trudeau over the Creston B.C. groping are true, so I am loathe to comment upon it. The “me too” movement has produced many partisan based allegations as we know, against President Trump, former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown and a host of other targets. No doubt some of these allegations are truth based but others are not and most of them have never been proven. The allegations remain ‘he said, she said’; meanwhile reputations and oft times lives have been destroyed.

Yet, it is fair to mention that on other fronts, Trudeau has proven to be a total hypocrite over his endless claims to be a ‘feminist’. He sees no contradiction for example about being widely photographed and/or filmed in a series of radical mosques where women and girls are obligated to sit separate from and behind the men and boys. For menstruating women and girls, they are obligated to sit in another room entirely. Trudeau ‘the feminist’ apparently sees no contradiction with glad handing and pandering in such retrograde and misogynist institutions while still pretending to be ‘a feminist.’ “It is their culture don’t you know.” As if such superficial and culturally relativist quips explain away the contradictions.

When I think of Trudeau and his endless, flaccid, boasts about being a feminist, the Shakespearean quote, “Methinks thou doth protest too much,” Or, in Trudeau’s case, “boast too much”, comes immediately to mind.

Does his endless posing over his ‘feminism’ come perhaps from his guilt over a less than flawless past on the issue of groping?

Does he, operating on the assumption that the best defense is a good offense, believe that if he touts his ‘feminism’ loudly and often enough, that when the excrement of past peccadilloes hits the fan, he will be insulated from any charges?
commented 2018-07-03 08:59:26 -0400
Oh Amy, who cares if Atwal is a friend of Junior or not? It really is quite beside the point as are you comments about Harper. Lame….just so lame.
commented 2018-07-03 08:43:18 -0400
Robert, Atwal admitted that he isn’t a friend of Trudeau.
P.S. Harper recently met with a dictator last month and while PM he supported Ukrainian neo-Nazis. You didn’t mind then. Why do you mind now?
commented 2018-07-03 08:26:27 -0400
Amy, inviting a convicted terrorist to a state occasion on foreign soil is hardly comparable to receiving a donation. You really are going to have to do better than that if you are going to stay in the troll business.
commented 2018-07-03 08:16:15 -0400
Again, proof, this troll uses exact same style as Stark and Ocean. An attack on me as on every thread that I point out his false monikers. Jimmy by the way is NOT his real name just the name he prefers, that was admitted long ago on an old thread.
Amy Lynn, Stark, Ocean = “Jimmy Da Silva” paid troll.
commented 2018-07-03 08:02:27 -0400
HYACINTH = paid alt right troll.
commented 2018-07-03 07:24:33 -0400
Amy Lynn, Stark, Ocean = “Jimmy Da Silva” paid troll.
commented 2018-07-03 07:20:28 -0400
Robert, are you referring to Atwal who donated to prominent Canadian Conservatives before JT came along?
commented 2018-07-03 07:18:23 -0400
HYACINTH aka Tammi, let me get this straight. I post two facts and I’m a troll? Lol.
commented 2018-07-03 07:16:09 -0400
“I remember it well”
I shook her hand.
You grabbed my boob!
Ah yes, I remember it well.
commented 2018-07-03 07:05:07 -0400
Amy, at least with Harper’s trip we didn’t spend 1.5 million to create an international incident with a very important international ally, but please do go on and regale us with a tale what a great success Junior’s Griswold style family vacation was.
commented 2018-07-03 06:49:45 -0400
Stephen Hickens, Trudeau has two post secondary degrees. Hope you’re not getting your info from the Rebel.
commented 2018-07-03 06:46:57 -0400
Remember when Rebel Media made a huge deal about JT’s $1.5 million India trip and it was found that Harper spent just as much shipping his limousine there?

commented 2018-07-03 02:38:03 -0400
Ah, obviously, “the fix is in”??
commented 2018-07-03 00:43:07 -0400
As I am sure you are all aware, Tommy Robinson’s appeal will be heard on July 10th by Lord Brian Leveson.

However, Lord Leveson gave an interview to the BBC Radio 4s Law In Action program on June 24th in which he used the case of Mr Robinson as an example of when posting material on the internet can lead to imprisonment due to contempt of court. This means, I would submit, that already, before the case has been heard and therefore before Lord Leveson has had all the facts of the case presented to him, that he has in fact predetermined the guilt of Mr Robinson and is therefore unable to impartially judge his appeal.

Starting at 03:45 Leveson says:

“Members of the public ought to know that publishing comments which impact unfairly on the course of a trial could constitute contempt of court and there is a very good recent example of a man who videoed material which he fed into the internet which did constitute contempt of court as a result of which he was sentenced to a term of imprisonment.” (Our emphasis).

Joshua Rozenberg, the presenter, asks “This is Tommy Robinson?” Leveson replies “It is indeed”. Clearly, Lord Leveson has already formed an opinion of the case he is now being expected to preside over and has expressed that opinion in a public forum. It is kind of ironic that his Lordship saw fit to venture an opinion on the actions of members of the public but has in fact now put himself in a position where he cannot reasonably be relied upon to judge the case of Mr Robinson in an impartial and fair manner.

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commented 2018-07-03 00:28:03 -0400
Ezra… “His damage to Canada’s image abroad”… And there’s the nub of it… Whatever stupidities and damage he has done to Canada internally, there is no guessing how much he has done to damage Canada’s image abroad/externally in recent years… Not only do the Americans recognize it, but so do any world leaders who have been in contact with the Boy Blunder showing off his latest pair of socks… This simple “socks gimmick” in recent years, alone, speaks volumes about how other world leaders now view Canada, as the second biggest land mass in the world being headed up by an obvious buffoon…