Justin Trudeau Is “Good For China, But Bad For Canada” Says Scheer

Why hasn’t Trudeau disavowed John McCallum’s blatant push for Communist China to interfere in our elections?

Justin Trudeau has had lots of time to make a clear statement disavowing John McCallum’s highly disturbing comments in which the former Liberal Ambassador to China called for the Communist state to interfere in our elections.

Trudeau still hasn’t done it.

While Chrystia Freeland issued some tepid remarks, Canadians need to hear directly from Trudeau a strong disavowal of McCallum’s comments.

So far, Trudeau has failed to make that statement.

And now, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is slamming Trudeau:

“Justin Trudeau *still* has not disavowed John McCallum’s invitation for the Chinese government to interfere in the upcoming election. The only conclusion to come to is that electing Justin Trudeau would be good for China, but bad for Canada.”

Scheer issued a similar message in a previous Tweet:

“So the message to the Chinese government from this senior Liberal is to help re-elect the Liberals so the Liberals can continue to go soft on them. Conclusion = Trudeau is good for China but bad for Canadians.”

The fact is that Scheer is correct, Trudeau is great for Communist China, and bad for the Canadian People. Trudeau’s weakness is putting Canadian lives at risk, inviting further challenge and disrespect towards our nation, and is giving China the chance to beat up on a Western country without consequence to send a message to everyone else.

Trudeau’s screwed-up admiration for Communist China’s ‘basic dictatorship’ is clearly still intact, and that’s part of the reason Trudeau is so totally unable to stand up for our country.

Spencer Fernando

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Is this what Canadians wanted when they voted Liberal in the last election? We have a long-term politician advising China how to get the most out of Canada, and a Prime Minister who won’t disavow his remarks. Where does that leave Canadians?

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“Justin Trudeau good for China but bad for Canada”, pretty much sums up Trudeau and his Liberals time in office. Trudeau is and has been from the start more interested in and concerned for what happens outside of Canada, than for what happens to Canada and Canadians. No other PM before Trudeau has spent so much time and taxpayers money helping foreign countries, while simultaneously neglecting the needs, concerns and wants of Canada and Canadians. Trudeau has gladly invested in the Chinese infrastructure bank , while overseeing the fall and decline of our oil industry, making certain that he never… Read more »

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Moe S.

Trudeau invested in the Chinese infrastructure bank soon after the $1,500 hundred per person fundraiser attended by Chinese billionaires only. Worked out well for the Chinese Bank and who knows who’s hands ended up with some kickback monies?

William Jones
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The reality herein is pretty basic — Trudeau, as with ‘daddy,’ hates Canada and anything Canadian — “Old stock white Canadians offend me.” — notwithstanding his act of treason (according to my dictionaries) by declaring Canada has no borders. So this, then, begs the question: “What else would one expect?”

Clive Edwards
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Clive Edwards

Why does Turdo have so many ties and suits? Because he’s on his knees to every world and corporate leader he meets and they like to keep a boot on his tie! And our tax money pays for each dog whistle.