READ: India Issues Official Statement Rejecting Trudeau Conspiracy Theory Blaming Them For Jaspal Atwal Invite

Trudeau has offered up totally contradictory explanations for Atwal’s invite, simultaneously supporting a conspiracy theory blaming India while saying a Liberal MP is responsible.

India has officially rejected the unproven conspiracy theory being pushed by Justin Trudeau attempting to blame them for Jaspal Atwal being invited to dinner with the PM while he was in India.

Here’s the statement from the Indian Ministry of External Affairs:

In response to a query regarding invitation to Jaspal Atwal, the Official Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said:

“We have seen the recent exchange in the Parliament of Canada regarding two invitations issued to Jaspal Atwal by the Canadian High Commissioner, for functions hosted in honour of the Canadian Prime Minister in India.

Let me categorically state that the Government of India, including the security agencies, had nothing to do with the presence of Jaspal Atwal at the event hosted by the Canadian High Commissioner in Mumbai or the invitation issued to him for the Canadian High Commissioner’s reception in New Delhi. Any suggestion to the contrary is baseless and unacceptable.”

Trudeau destroying Canada’s relationship with India

India is the world’s largest democratic nation, will soon have the world’s largest population, and has the fastest growing economy on earth.

So, a good relationship with India is very important for Canada.

Trudeau is destroying that relationship.

He is throwing Canada’s relationship with India under the bus in an effort to protect his fragile ego, and avoid admitting that his government has disturbing ties to Atwal.

Trudeau has failed miserably in his attempt to avoid responsibility, offering up contradictory explanations within the space of just a few minutes.

He said he would speak with the MP responsible – who already issued an apology – and then backed up the anonymous government official who put forth the conspiracy theory blaming India.

Of course, it can’t be both, and Trudeau’s dishonesty and arrogance is taking a massive toll on Canada’s place in the world.

It’s another disgraceful example of Trudeau putting his own selfish political interests ahead of the interests of the Canadian people.

Spencer Fernando

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9 comments Add yours
  1. Canada owes India an apology for having an ignorant asshole for a PM! This buffoon has set public relations at an all-time low; Accusing another country of nefarious actions is UNACCEPTABLE. We know that Trudeau is a liar and is attempting to cover his lowly ass!

  2. You don’t expect trudeau to admit the mess, or to apologize to India.
    This is exactly what is wrong with the trudeau government. He should except the blame and apologize. It is his government, he hand-picked his government, so an apology to the Indian people would help. But his ego will not let him do that, he thinks to apologize is to be weak when it is his fault, but trudeau can cry, apologize and criticize Canadian Identity, or any of the other issues that were not his fault, yet when it is his fault, not a tear. trudeau with all of his drama and ski instructing, cannot get out of this pile of crap.
    How could Canada have even thought that a part-time drama teacher, part-time, Ski/Snowboard Instructor, and part-time Doorman in a gay bar could EVOLVE into a full-time Canadian prime minister? This trudeau problem with India is All trudeau’s, this problem with trudeau being a part-time Prime Minister is ALL of Canada’s.From the Hipsters in Toronto to the New Canadians sprinkled throughout Canada, from the Lobster Fisherman in Nova Scotia to the Salmon Fisherman in BC. From supporters of the Liberal Party to the Conservatives and NDP, we all own the Mistake of trudeau being the PM of Canada

  3. The Government of India made this statement but Canadians had already figured out that Castro Jr. Trudeau had lied. He must think all Canadians are as low in brain power as Himself.

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