Last December, I broke the story of the creepy Justin Trudeau cardboard cutouts that had senior staff at the Canadian Embassy in Washington gushing. It turns out, they weren’t the only ones and fourteen of these were ordered at a cost of just under $1,900 for various diplomatic missions.
It’s not a lot of money but these are the same non-partisan bureaucrats that objected to posting a portrait of the Queen when then Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird ordered them up.
They bristle at our head of state and buckle at the knees for Trudeau it seems.
When this got media attention, the missions were ordered to put the cardboard cutouts in the closet but it looks like Trudeau wants to let them back out.
Watch as I show you some of the back and forth in the House of Commons over the issue with Conservative MP’s.
It’s funny and we can laugh about it, right? So, what’s the big deal, right?
Well, the big deal is the cult of personality around Trudeau with bureaucrats literally slobbering over him. A grown woman drooling over her boss on company email?