From SpencerFernando.comIn what seems to be a parody of his own insane political correctness, Justin Trudeau shared a post about white supremacy and referenced it as a response to the ISIS-inspired terrorist attack in Edmonton.
The original post was made by Liberal MP Maryam Monsef on September 30th – before the Edmonton attack.
However, Trudeau then shared the post on October 1st – after the Edmonton attack had taken place. Additionally, his comment on the post makes it clear he is referencing what happened in Edmonton, and shared Monsef’s post as a response to it. Take a look for yourself:
One commenter expressed the outrage of many Canadians who say Trudeau’s post:
Trudeau’s post is crazy given the circumstances. This is political correctness taken to an absurd and dangerous extreme. Aside from a minuscule fringe, all Canadians are against white supremacy. Of course, Canadians also know that the Edmonton attack had nothing to do with white supremacy. It was an attack motivated by a radical Islamist ideology. The fact that Trudeau has completely ignored that, and ignored the fact that an ISIS flag was found in a vehicle used by the suspect is deeply disturbing.
If this is how Trudeau “addresses” an act of terrorism against Canadians, how can we have any trust in the government to keep us safe? It’s a total disgrace that he would try and divert attention from the attack and onto his political messaging instead.
It shows – beyond any doubt – that Trudeau puts his own arrogant political aggrandizement ahead of the safety and security of Canadians.