At press conference on debate night, Trudeau repeatedly dodged a question from reporter Keean Bexte.
Reporter Keean Bexte of Rebel Media, along with David Menzies and True North Reporter Andrew Lawton, had to fight in court to get a chance to cover the national leaders debate.
After winning in court, they made the most of the opportunity.
Bexte asked Trudeau a question at the post-debate press conference, and Trudeau’s non-answer is becoming the most-watched moment of debate night, reaching nearly 500,000 views so far.
Bexte asks Trudeau if he’s apologized to any leaders in Africa and the Middle East for having repeatedly worn blackface.
You can watch the moment below:
“[email protected] responds to a question by @TheRealKeean about his blackface scandal after @RebelNewsOnline was granted an injunction by a federal court to cover the Leaders’ Debates after the federally appointed commission sought to deny them and @TrueNorthCentre access.”
.@JustinTrudeau responds to a question by @TheRealKeean about his blackface scandal after @RebelNewsOnline was granted an injunction by a federal court to cover the Leaders' Debates after the federally appointed commission sought to deny them and @TrueNorthCentre access. pic.twitter.com/f8A2NnesTt
— Cosmin Dzsurdzsa (@cosminDZS) October 8, 2019
Trudeau’s arrogant non-answer is pathetic, and it’s exactly what he did at the debates, as he avoided the real issues being discussed and recited empty platitudes.
This also shows why Canada needs independent, non-bought-off media, to ask the real questions and hold the corrupt elitist class accountable.
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