Trudeau a national embarrassment

Trudeau has become a joke on the international stage

Trudeau a national embarrassment

Well that was interesting, billions upon billions of taxpayer dollars wasted in an attempt to buy his way onto the UNSC [United Nations Security Council] at the cost of seniors and veterans. Watching our dear leader this morning once again passing blame and not taking responsibility for his failure was rich.

As a former member of the armed forces that did a couple of tours overseas under the UN I was more then pleased to see Canada didn’t get this seat again. The UN is one of the most corrupt organizations ever put together. It may have been a good idea in the first couple of decades but has become nothing more of a cash drain of a country’s tax base by the globalist elite who Trudeau so wants to be part of.

Trudeau has become a joke on the international stage as seen in the past few years when he is snubbed at G7, G8 and G20 meetings. His tone deaf approach and single minded thinking has made him our national embarrassment, but what can you excpect from someone who is more worried about his sock collection and pandering to anyone that will give him a minute to spew on?

Leadership means “never passing on a fault,” and accepting responsibility when you fail; time for you to man up prime minster and start worrying about all Canadians and not cherry picking and pitting one group against another!

B.W. Lowe

Duncan

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