TRUDEAU FAIL: Canada Sold 10,000 Tonnes Of Chickpeas To India In 2017. After Justin’s Trip, India Hiked The Tariff From 40% To 60%

A total failure.

The real cost of Trudeau’s failed India trip is starting to become clear.

Before Justin Trudeau’s trip to India, many people were hoping that we could get India’s tariffs on chickpeas – which have a big impact on Canada – reduced.

India had previously raised the tariff to 40%, and there was optimism among some that Trudeau could convince India’s leader Narendra Modi to make a change.

Well, it turns out a change did indeed happen after Trudeau’s visit, first reported by the Western Producer.

India hiked the tariff from 40% to 60%.

As noted by Candice Malcolm, it seems Trudeau has absolutely zero clout with Modi:

There’s no way for Trudeau to spin this.

It’s a total failure.

He made a fool of himself playing dress-up, his party invited a convicted attempted murderer, he got snubbed at the airport, he got caught lying about an investment deal, and now, Canada’s chickpea producers are going to take a big hit.

Trudeau’s trip wasn’t just about bad optics, it will now have bad financial consequences for many Canadians.

As our country is learning, Trudeau’s incompetence and arrogance has a serious cost.

Spencer Fernando

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14 comments Add yours
  1. Justin reminds me of a TV or movie series I recall in the past about a family going on holidays and some strange things happening? But that was a comedy series(?) whereas with Justin, it is a realty show perhaps? And it is embarrassing…

    1. National Lampoon’s Vacation, European Vacation, and Christmas Vacation. Chevy Chase is Justin Trudeau Griswold.

      1. Ahhhhhh! They would have loved Clark! Clark, in the end accomplishes what he starts out to do, unlike Justin!

  2. I just checked out the government broadcaster, the CBC, to see if they covered this story. In a sort of way they did via CBC Saskatchewan. It was not in the main top stories or in the political sections of their web site. So do they have to spin it as asked by Spencer. The answer is no as they bury it in a regional CBC website so no need to bring it to the attention for all Canadians on the main website. Without Spencer and the Rebel this story would not have had much coverage.

  3. So India gave JT the big middle finger for his disastrous trip (Khalistan buddies, fashion faux pas) – just like he does to real Canadians, as did his dad.

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