August 30, 2018

Vanity Fair has “epiphany” about Canada’s “underwhelming” Prime Minister

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

After the better part of half a decade of sycophantic hormonal fan-girling over Justin Trudeau, Vanity Fair is having a bit of an epiphany.

He isn’t all he’s cracked up to be.

In the August Issue of that awful magazine that sits at the dentist's office to flip through when your phone battery is running low, Justin Trudeau is included in the list of the world’s most underwhelming heirs (not “hairs”).

Joined on the list by North Korean madman Kim Jong-Un, and an underachieving Saudi Prince, Trudeau is described as being most notable for his lothario good looks and surviving 1980’s Canada. To be fair, Glass Tiger was hard on all of us.

This is a drastic turn around from a magazine that once published hundreds of words on the meaning of Trudeau’s Wookie socks and glowingly called Trudeau “the true inheritor of Kennedy charisma and healthy inspiring hair.”

Watch as I take a painful and awkward look back (at as much Vanity Fair as a person can handle) to demonstrate how far our fancy, well coiffed and best dressed PM has fallen in the eyes of his former biggest fan in the magazine world.

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commented 2018-08-31 23:26:47 -0400
Good point Wanda Orion… I also use Krystia Freeland as the “miner’s canary” for what’s going on and about to happen… With so many “children” to herd in Ottawa, and now in Washington, Gerald Buttskie must be getting little sleep trying to keep HIS circus going…
commented 2018-08-31 11:47:54 -0400
My money is betting that he will be re-elected in 2019. In a minority government however. I hate to say the truth folks but there it is (as I run to the toilet to projectile vomit). Never forget he has the MSM on his side for starters.
commented 2018-08-31 11:37:11 -0400
Soy boy can’t even run his own household. We the taxpayers are paying for everything for him and his “entitled” wife. I truly feel sorry for their children having such weasels as parents.
commented 2018-08-31 10:48:07 -0400
Canadians were duped into thinking Soy Boy Trugrope was capable of running a country and we can thank the corrupt Lieberals for the mess Canada is in right now.

This man-child has to go and I mean right now.!!!!
commented 2018-08-31 06:46:25 -0400
Good analysis Justin Harbord. I think that’s exactly what’s going on. Trump wants the auto plants back and has sent in an A team of heavy hitters while we’ve got a bunch of light weights who can’t negotiate their way out of a paper bag. Even if Trudeau and the kids in the hall rolls over and give them the farm, Canada will come out of this with nothing. I don’t see this ending well for us. I see the msm is peddling something about a deal being announced today but from the bewildered look on Chrystia Freeland’s face in her recent pics I wonder if she even has a clue what’s going on.
commented 2018-08-31 03:23:05 -0400
Good analysis Justin Harbord!… Krystia Freeland must be in tears – again – by now… And yes, the Canadian dollar took another 1/3 cent dive today… Wonder why?…
commented 2018-08-31 02:15:16 -0400
Nicholas Conklin not really.
commented 2018-08-31 00:55:38 -0400
You have globalist , Soros infected , PC trust fund baby, eunuch man – children like Mohammad Trudeau and “I married my grandmother” Macron running around ( hand in hand ) as “leaders” in the West and you wonder why we’re in trouble ? No shit Sherlock
commented 2018-08-30 21:07:09 -0400
Thanks Muta. The point was however that Trump’s the real deal and in the big picture, dairy pales on comparison to cars which was his focus in Mexico and I believe underlies his Canada strategy. If Trudeau hadn’t pissed him off so horribly, he might have settled for dairy. But now it’s personal. So he aims to look like a hero for defending dairy, get all those auto jobs which will be just huge for him as was Mexico and destroy that silly Trudeau in the bargain. A three-fer….now that’s brilliant and way too tempting to resist. Don’t blame him myself.
commented 2018-08-30 20:47:31 -0400
Justin Harbord , Somebody else that didn’t care about milk and cheese and Wisconsin was Hillary Clinton.
She lost,Trump won .
commented 2018-08-30 20:00:36 -0400
commented 2018-08-30 19:38:06 -0400
posted my comment a few days ago that Trump is not remotely interested in dairy and never will be. He is, on the other hand, seriously interested in auto jobs and will do his utmost to get them. His “divide and conquer” strategy by doing his Mexico deal was not remotely brilliant…it was simple and obvious. Poor ol’Canada apparently believed it was more important than it was but had an arrogant litlle sissy twit in charge who had the temerity to repeatedly insult the leader of the free world and even not take his call…even his hapless ober-compensating female minister showed up late for a meeting with his son-in-law without apology. Talk about waving a red flag in front of an angry bull.

Here’s some news for those of you who are unaquainted with New York biz guys like Trump. They’re brutal, take no prisoners and shoot their wounded. Believe me, I know. Lost my companies to these guys and I’ll never forget it. Trump is a narcissist who knows he’s only good at one thing in case you haven’t noticed…its deals, period…and winning every time. Its his identity and what his supporters expect him to do. And he’s been delivering every time thus far. Given that Trudeau and his children have really pissed him off, he’s going to murder them like they did me years ago and gloat about it forevermore. Maybe even a new book. You just can’t from fight a successful gunfighter like Trump with a hairdrier. Sorry.

On a lighter note, I’m 68 now and I ran into Justin’s father with his security folks one evening in an elevator in Calgary during his first term. I greeted him with “Nice to meet you, Your Eminance”! He cracked up, we had a breif chat in the lobby and shortly therafter his wife Margaret gave birth to, wait for it, Justin! Don’t know whether our chance meeting influenced their choice of name but it sure did me a serious favour. Up to then, no one understood my name…most people doubled-taked " Chester?", “Jason?” whenever asked to identify myself. So I at least have SOMETHING to thank that incompetant man-child for!!
commented 2018-08-30 19:29:56 -0400
“…Narcissus, ROBERT. Narcissus.” LOL, brilliant!

What do you have against dogs?
They’re loyal, intelligent, courageous, athletic, dignified, work hard every day, don’t talk and are very useful in many ways…
Jihadi-Justin-Groper on the other hand…can you train a dirty, stinkin’, bloodsucking tick to shake a paw?
commented 2018-08-30 19:19:20 -0400
" Rats abandoning a sinking ship."

Good one Maurice, hope Canada has millions more rats that think that way. The rats will like a Groundhog much better.
commented 2018-08-30 19:07:07 -0400
Rats abandoning a sinking ship.
commented 2018-08-30 18:53:58 -0400
I wonder what kind of treats Butts used when he was training Justin how to shake a paw.
Uncle Soros is here Justin, sit , shake a paw , good boy !!!
commented 2018-08-30 18:37:55 -0400
“…as much as he is an adonis. "

Narcissus, ROBERT. Narcissus.
commented 2018-08-30 18:20:56 -0400
just another 20 million people to figure it out. the guy is a moron, as much as he is an adonis.
commented 2018-08-30 18:14:44 -0400
Vanity Fair is actually a fantastic magazine with a lot of great journalism, art, style and photography.
commented 2018-08-30 18:08:10 -0400
Imagine how embarrassing it will be for Canadians if he wins next years election.