President Barack Obama spent more than the past seven years flagrantly dissing America. Now that’s he’s passing his mantle on to Hillary Clinton, Obama is using willing surrogates and satellites from outside of America to do his dissing for him:
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is coming to President Barack Obama’s State Dinner as an open and fully-fledged anti-American.
With only 39 percent of the popular vote when top members of Obama’s campaign team helped bring him into power on October 19, Trudeau now claims to speak for all Canadians when he says “Canadians would appreciate it if Americans paid more attention to what’s going on around the globe”.
This is what happens when Canadians are too busy trying to get by in an economy where the Canadian dollar (Worth .75 American) is the weakest it’s been for the past 13 years.
Trudeau, who has no need to go after main street Americans who have been no bother to him, said in a ’60 Minutes’ interview to be aired tonight that “it might be nice if they paid a little more attention to the world” in a transcript released to the Associated Press on Thursday.
American citizens, who will be paying the freight for what has been described as a “glitzy”, “sparkly” State Dinner on March 10, can legitimately say that their most recent enemy is coming to dinner at the White House.
It seems that the Canadian lib-left have resented being ignored by America:
“Trudeau said Canadians must be aware of at least one other country, the United States, because of its importance. (CBC)
“I think we sometimes like to think that, you know, Americans will pay attention to us from time to time, too,” he said.
Some would dare to suggest that Trudeau is looking for “attention”in all the wrong places.
In Canada, Trudeau leads a Liberal Party, which just like the American Democrats, see themselves as the Natural Governing Party but whose newest, would-be members were already well neutered even before election. No pro-lifers were allowed to run for election and had their candidacies automatically and routinely dismissed.
“He also seemed to take a jab at an unnamed U.S. presidential candidate whose rise he attributed to Americans’ lack of knowledge of foreign affairs. (CBC)
“A spokeswoman for Trudeau said she didn’t immediately know what candidate Trudeau was referring to.”
That’s a bold-faced, Hillary Clinton-like lie when most know it was Republican front runner Donald Trump to whom Trudeau was referring.
Most also know that just as the Obama campaign team should have had no sway in October’s federal Canadian election, Trudeau should have no sway in the American one.
Any Canadians who were holding out hope that Trudeau would back off from his ambitious plans to bring 25,000 Syrian refugees into Canada will see on ’60 Minutes’, he is Obama-like only doubling down.:
“Lara Logan, a co-host of the weekly newsmagazine, the most-watched news program in the United States, asked the prime minister whether he was concerned about the prospect of a terrorist attack initiated by a Syrian refugee. (CBC)
“Every time a tourist or an immigrant or refugee shows up in another country, there is a security risk,” Trudeau said in a preview posted online by 60 Minutes.
“I am more than comfortable that … accepting 25,000 Syrian refugees does right by both the safety of Canadians and by the values that define us as a nation.”
The prime minister contrasted his plan for Syrian refugees with that of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.
“Ultimately being open and respectful towards each other is a much more powerful way to diffuse hatred and anger than ... big walls and oppressive policies,” Trudeau said.
He also defended his move to pull back CF-18 jets fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
“There’s a lot of countries that do very well dropping bombs. There are other things that Canada actually does better than most other countries. And one of them is training people on the ground,” Trudeau said, adding Canada will triple the number of military trainers working with the Kurdish Peshmerga.
Trudeau detractors, aware that as former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau’s scion, he lived his adult life to date as a Trust Fund baby, are concerned about his lack of experience in the working world.
Saying that he won’t be defined by his critics, he asserted on ’60 Minutes’, “I was a snowboard instructor, I was a bouncer in a nightclub, I was a whitewater river guide … I worked as a teacher, “adding he’s not ashamed of his work experience.
Aside from the $1-billion-a-year taxpayer supported Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s (CBC’s) gloating on election night, there’s been little media criticism about Trudeau’s glaring ties with the anti-America Obama regime.
Only this publication and the Globe and Mail reported on Obama’s campaign team helping to run Trudeau’s 2015 election campaign. (Canada Free Press)
Since election, there have been no noticeable signs of organized taxpayer resistance to any of Trudeau’s policies. Only silence followed his announcement that he was withdrawing Canadian fighter jets from their missing against ISIS, and only silence follows his endeavors to make Canada a country of late-term abortion and doctor-assisted suicide.
No Liberal MP has spoken out to date on Trudeau’s insults to American citizens.
The Liberal status quo speaks by its silence.
Canadians are convinced that Liberal eunuchs will never lead a palace revolt.
In a tumultuous western world of few certainties, it is now certain that Canada’s new prime minister does not belong to Canada, but in governing style and execution, belongs completely to the anti-American president next door.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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