SIT DOWN: Hecklers SILENCE Justin Trudeau In Canadian Parliament
Far-left Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced jeers and insults in Parliament on Tuesday as he once again faced questions regarding his hatred levied against citizens who oppose civil rights violations occurring in wake of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
The heckling in question occurred at a parliamentary meeting Trudeau attended Tuesday amid calls for him and opposition leaders to meet with the goal of ending some or ideally all of Canada’s Covid-19 restrictions once and for all.
It was during that meeting when Candice Bergen, the temporarily appointed leader of the Conservative Party amidst the ousting of Erin O’Toole, asked Trudeau if he would consider ending some of the draconian mandates.
“This cannot be a slow and dragged out process simply because of the prime minister’s ego, pride, or denial,” Bergen said. “Canadians are too tired. Canadians need hope. So will the prime minister follow the science, follow the evidence, end the restrictions, end the mandates?”
Rather than answer the question, Trudeau instead replied, amidst shouts and yells by various members of parliament, “we’re going to continue to follow the science, we’re going to continue to have Canadians’ backs, we’re going to continue to protect people’s lives.”
Begin asked Trudeau to answer the question once more. He began by replying virtually the same statement before abruptly stopping to sit down as the heckling grew louder. A person can be heard yelling, “Let him answer, he’s not good at it!” during the chaotic scene.
Speaker of the House of Commons Anthony Rota stopped the chamber before asking them to quiet down so Bergin could hear Trudeau respond.
“The honorable leader of the opposition asked a question and she’s trying to hear, but she can’t hear it above all the heckling and shouting that’s going on,” Rota said.
Trudeau answered a third time, giving nearly the exact same statement he had prior.
The prime minister has faced heat from many in his nation as of late, repeatedly making headlines for the various divisive insults he has continued to hurl against Canadians who are against draconian Covid-19 related measures such as compulsory injections and masking.
“Does he regret calling people names who didn’t take the vaccine?” Bergen asked Trudeau Monday. “Does he regret calling people misogynist and racist and just, escalating and poking sticks at them and being so divisive to individual Canadians that he might not disagree with, that he might have thought were wrong?”
“A few people shouting and waving swastikas does not define who Canadians are,” Trudeau said in his response.
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