Utterly missed in today’s media coverage of the story that should be headlined ‘Pretty Boy Goes Bully Boy’ from Canadian Parliament in action yesterday, is that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is desperate for Canadians to die faster, and that he was already an established bully before Barack Obama’s Campaign team helped elect him with a mere 39 percent of the popular vote.
It was the vote on the physician-assisted suicide bill going too slow that triggered the bully action that saw Trudeau on camera dragging off one member of the Opposition and elbowing off another.
Forgotten in this public display of temper was that Trudeau was a bully long before the Obama team helped get him elected. As Liberal leader In the October 2015 election, he banned all pro-life candidates from running for election in the closed-door Liberal Party.
Earlier this week, Trudeau forced on Canadian taxpayers millions of dollars to pay for the abortions of women overseas.
In love with his own mirror, selfies and videos, the prelude to yesterday’s manhandling of opposition members came only weeks ago with a Liberal Party-released video boasting Trudeau’s prowess with the push-up routine. Daddy (former Liberal PM Pierre Elliott Trudeau) photographed doing a pirouette for the Queen was a show-off, so is the son Canadians elected 31 years later.
Followed on Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets by thousands of ‘Good Looks Groupies’ from all over the world, Trudeau’s looks seem to have gone straight to his well-coiffed head.
“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was accused of “manhandling” Opposition whip Gord Brown and elbowing NDP MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau in the House of Commons as MPs gathered for a vote on the government’s assisted-dying bill Wednesday afternoon.” (CBC, May 19, 2016)
That’s right, the ‘Push-up Prime Minister’ who only last week showed off his physical prowess on video, yesterday chose to get physical with his political opponents.
Only this time, more than his social media groupies got to see the show.
“In video from the House, Trudeau is seen walking toward Brown in a crowd of MPs in the Commons aisle, taking his arm in an apparent effort to move Brown toward his seat. While doing so, he encountered Brosseau, who was also standing in the aisle and was seen physically reacting after the contact. (CBC)
“I was trying to start the vote, the prime minister grabbed my arm. I immediately told the prime minister to let go of me — now,” Brown said in a statement released later. “Immediately afterward, the prime minister went back down the aisle of the House to confront other members of opposition parties.” “I later told the prime minister he should NOT have gotten out of his seat,” Brown added.
“NDP House leader Peter Julian accused Trudeau of “manhandling” Brown, as MPs on all sides of the House shouted and Speaker Geoff Regan struggled to regain order.
“NDP MP Tracey Ramsey said the prime minister swore as he approached Brown and the opposition benches. “He said ‘Get the bleep out of the way,’” she said, adding Trudeau “violently” grabbed Brown.
“Sources told CBC News that Trudeau used the F-word — a profane utterance that decades earlier landed his father, Pierre Trudeau, in hot water in the same House of Commons.
“But it was Trudeau’s actions that provoked the most concern and anger from opposition benches.
“MPs were just about to vote on time allocation for Bill C-14, the government’s physician-assisted dying legislation.
“The prime minister later said he felt Brown was walking too slowly ahead of the vote.
“After the incident, the prime minister again crossed the floor and engaged in a loud and heated conversation with NDP Leader Tom Mulcair.
“What kind of man elbows a woman? It’s pathetic! You’re pathetic!” Mulcair can be heard on tape shouting at Trudeau.
“An emotional Brosseau said later in the House that she had been “elbowed in the chest by the prime minister,” bringing Trudeau to his feet once again to “apologize unreservedly.”
“Brosseau said she was so upset from the incident that she had to leave the chamber, subsequently missing the vote.
“Her NDP MP colleague Niki Ashton said she was deeply troubled by Trudeau’s actions.
“I am ashamed to be a witness to the person who holds the highest position in our country do such an act. I want to say that for all of us who witnessed this, this was deeply traumatic. What I will say, if we apply a gendered lens, it is very important that young women in this space feel safe to come here and work here,” she said.
“He made us feel unsafe and we’re deeply troubled by the conduct of the prime minister of this country.”
“In a second attempt at an apology, Trudeau said he took full responsibility for the “unadvisable course of actions.”
“I want to take the opportunity … to be able to express directly to [Brosseau] my apologies for my behaviour and my actions, unreservedly. The fact is, in this situation, where I saw … I noticed that the whip opposite was being impeded in his progress, I took it upon myself to go and assist him forward, which I can now see was unadvisable as a course of actions that resulted in physical contact in this House that we can all accept was unacceptable,” he said.
“I look for opportunities to make amends directly to the member and to any members who feel negatively impacted by this exchange and intervention.”
“Julian said later what transpired was simply unacceptable.
“There is not a parallel in contemporary Canadian history. We hear about members becoming physical in other countries but that is not Canada,” Julian said as MPs raised points of privilege after the vote.
“Conservative MP Peter Van Loan said it was an “extraordinary example of physical intimidation.”
“I witnessed as [Trudeau] strode across the floor with an anger fierce, in his face and eyes, towards a group of individuals. What took place was the prime minister physically grabbing people, elbowing people, hauling them down the way,” he said.”
The scenario has changed. Up until now many Canadians believed that a Pretty Boy Powder Puff had been installed as their prime minister. Ironically they can now see via the videos to which he is so addicted that what they really have leading their country is a brutish thug who will even stoop to physical force to get his own way.
The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, Living with Dignity and the Physicians Alliance Against Euthanasia have organized a rally on parliament hill on Wednesday June 1 (12 noon - 1:30 pm) (Link to the rally information).
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