The Canadian Prime Minister was in Hamilton, Ontario.
Trudeau and his Cabinet are meeting at a conference centre in the city for a retreat. The three-day meeting began on Monday where Liberal Party bigwigs will ‘hammer out’ their plans before the Canadian parliament resumes sitting on 30 January.
— Kevin Dupuis (@KevindupuisPPC) January 25, 2023
Trudeau later told media that the welcome he had received in Hamilton was ‘extraordinary’.
‘The people I’ve met, the students, the folks and teams at various places have been thoughtful and open and warm. And a handful of angry people do not define what Hamilton is, or what democracy in this country is.’
Trudeau’s substantive policies during the COVID crisis – lockdowns, coerced vaccination and contact tracing were largely identical to those enforced in New Zealand under fellow WEF underling Jacinda Ardern. The country is experiencing simliar claims of social division. The Canadian trucker protest was seen by many as a precursor to the Wellington Parliament protest of February 2022.
Vitriol directed at politicians has become a hot topic of discussion this week, with mainstream commmentators claiming the constant abuse of Jacinda Ardern, which some have characterised as ‘misogyny’ ultimately led to her resignation. Labour MP for Wairarapa Keiran McAnulty said he would no longer be holding mobile public meet ups with constituents due to threats made against his life.
Trudeau responds to the protesters who were seen heckling the PM in a viral video posted online.
"We'll always ensure that people are free to express their perspective," the PM says.
— Rebel News (@RebelNewsOnline) January 25, 2023
FULL VIDEO: They are calling it the "Hamilton Humiliation!" The mainstream media tried to buy this footage from us – but I am not selling it. They would twist it and lie about what happened to protect Justin Trudeau. WATCH & SHARE: https://t.co/FvqHj1LHJE pic.twitter.com/raoiONl3XY
— Keean Bexte (@TheRealKeean) January 25, 2023