He didn’t even come close to answering it.
At a town hall, Justin Trudeau was asked about his awful comments demonizing Canadian construction workers.
Here’s what I wrote about Trudeau’s comments at the time:
“While in Argentina, Justin Trudeau did some more disgusting virtue-signalling.
He was talking about ‘gender budgets’ when he started to demonize construction workers.
He implied that having “male construction workers” in a “rural areas” had “social impacts.”
As if it wasn’t clear enough where Trudeau was going with his sexist rhetoric, he later said “women entrepreneurs make better choices.”
And as I pointed out on Twitter, Trudeau is more negative towards male construction workers than he is towards ISIS terrorists:
“So, it’s alright for Trudeau to slander male construction workers as dangerous to women, but if someone opposes bringing ISIS terrorists into the country they are ‘bigots?’ What kind of upside down world are we living in?”’
In the video below, you can see Trudeau being asked about his comments demonizing construction workers. It was a very heartfelt and thoughtful question, but his answer was terrible:
As you can see, he didn’t even answer the question, and was booed by many in the crowd.
He didn’t even try to answer it. He spouted off a bunch of BS talking points and platitudes instead.
This was an opportunity for Trudeau to apologize for his comments, which had they been made about any other group than ‘male workers’ would have been slammed by the media.
But in today’s messed up politically-correct world, it’s apparently okay to virtue-signal by attacking some groups, and Trudeau’s non-answer shows his continued sense of entitlement and willingness to divide Canadians.
Canada deserves far better.
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