WATCH: Jagmeet Singh Says Trudeau Has “Sympathy” But Lacks “Empathy” As Virtue-Signalling Battle Begins


“He hasn’t lived the experiences that people face,” says Singh.

NDP Leader and committed virtue-signaller Jagmeet Singh – currently struggling in the polls and facing questions about his leadership abilities – appears to be setting a distinction between “sympathy” and “empathy” as he seeks to differentiate himself from Justin Trudeau.

When asked what makes him different than Trudeau, Singh said Trudeau lacked empathy and doesn’t understand the experiences that people face.

Watch Singh’s comments below:

Singh’s criticism of Trudeau is similar to points made by the Conservatives, as many have pointed out that Trudeau’s elitist upbringing makes him unable to understand middle class Canadians.

However, Singh may be able to talk about empathy, but his policies would expand the power and size of centralized government, and his massive tax hikes would make life even more unaffordable for millions of low-income and middle class Canadians. In that way, he’s just like Trudeau – with even more virtue-signalling.

So, what Singh really lacks – and what he shows no interest in acquiring – is common sense.

Canada doesn’t need another virtue-signalling ‘leader’ trying to fix everything through tax increases. After all, empathy and sympathy don’t mean anything if they accompany destructive policies.

We need lower taxes, smaller government, and policies that put our national interests ahead of empty politically correct rhetoric.

Spencer Fernando

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2 comments Add yours
  1. The only way I could ever support Jagmeet would be if he adopted a pro Russia stance…get the hell out of the middle east…and recognize that climate change is the hoax of the 21st century.
    My guess is he’ll fail on every count.
    But the next question is … What other party is any better??
    We are a civilization in rapid decline….and the question to ask is which party is the worst.?

  2. If you, Joe Berger ,do not know which party is the worst, You have work to do and thoughts to think: Liberals are not Liberal and are ” dead men walking”, attracted by the Carnival lights illuminating an imaginary leader. Such Dear Leader has expressed clearly that he has plans to replace the Canadian society, as he found it. Also ,to buy international brownie points,he will take your old and worn -out wallet, full of years of savings , and give you, in exchange ,a brand-new one, designer conceived , empty and bought with borrowed money that your children will have to pay for ,in their Communist bright Futures. Jagmeet, on the other side of worst, offers you a more rancid form of Socialism compared with what the NDP was offering for the past 15 years, at least. He is smarter and more educated than Trudy, but he is carrying political ideological baggage that is very un – Canadian . We need a ” thinking Canadian” for Canadians Prime Minister. Whether you like the Conservatives or not, at this moment, they are the only Canadian choice. They may do good things or take bad decisions but at the end of their term , Canadians will have Canada left intact. With the other two, we will be forced to adopt a Cuban or a Venezuelan society of wonders. Freedom of speech has already been eradicated. Just follow their yellow brick roads. Just watch the Latino-American models.

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