Tonight I'll show you the official invitation from the the Canadian government to Jaspal Atwal, the convicted attempted murderer, to attend a fancy dinner in India, as part of Justin Trudeau’s entourage, during his week-long junket there.
First, we were told Atwal hadn't been invited.
Then Trudeau blamed a backbench MP, but that was hard to believe.
The third excuse was the weirdest:
A wacky conspiracy theory, that rogue elements within the Indian government orchestrated this whole thing, just to make Trudeau look bad.
Did these rogue Indian government officials also get in a time machine and send Jaspal Atwal to take selfies with Trudeau at Liberal Party events, or donate hundreds of dollars to the Liberals, or have him join the Liberal party’s local riding executive
If this bizarre conspiracy were really true, it would be the biggest scandal in Canadian politics in a generation.
But no. Instead, Trudeau just mused about it in Question Period.
India had to issue an official statement ,calling the conspiracy theory "baseless and unacceptable.”
That’s about as tough as words get, in diplomatic circles.
But Trudeau certainly wasn’t going to apologize now.
The prime minister's week in India was a disaster.
And now manufacturing of a lie to blame someone else: in this case, the largest democracy in the world.
Trudeau uses the rest of the world for photo ops — and now, in the case of India, to make them take the blame for him.
Trudeau bullies people who cause him problems.
He just tried doing that to the largest democracy in the world.
It didn’t work.
But it sure showed the world — and Canadians — what our childish prime minister is made of...
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