It turns out that people actually want to have a real conversation, not just fill a slot in Trudeau’s schedule. Also, how can Trudeau not have time when he takes so many days off?
A video has surfaced of Justin Trudeau acting like the guy we all know he is: An arrogant elitist who gets angry when people actually want to have a real conversation instead of just getting a quick photo-op he can throw on social media.
In a video titled “PMJT berates FSIN Chiefs,” Trudeau got angry at how long the meeting went, saying “The original plan was eight people around the table or so, representing all the different regions, bringing forward concerns and the first section took 45 minutes, and every single person spoke around the table.”
The elitist added, “That’s not fair. That’s not fair. That’s not the way … I’m really, really upset with this. It wasn’t for me to interrupt previous speakers, but Bobby, there shouldn’t have been every single person speaking for eight minutes. That is not the spirit of reconciliation, of the nation-to-nation relationship we’re supposed to have.”
For Trudeau to say that a meeting going longer than expected is somehow about “reconciliation” is hilariously absurd.
Him being angry at his ‘valuable’ time being used in a way he disagrees with isn’t about reconciliation, it’s about his own arrogance.
Trudeau obviously wanted a photo-op to look like he was doing something, and got angry when people wanted to actually share their real views and perspectives in a meaningful way. And why is Trudeau so worried about time anyway? Does he want even more “personal days?”
Once again, we see that for Justin Trudeau, everything is always about Justin Trudeau.
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