Canada – Trudeau Goes From Virtue-Signaller-In-Chief To Lying-Hypocrite-In-Chief

PM ‘confident’ he did nothing inappropriate at B.C. music festival in 2000

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insisted Thursday he “did not act inappropriately” towards a female reporter at a B.C. music festival 18 years ago — but he also acknowledged that the woman he’s been accused of groping may have an entirely different perspective.

Trudeau said he’s been reflecting on the incident ever since an editorial from the Creston Valley Advance newspaper surfaced, describing how he — 28 years old and a world away from a career in federal politics — apologized for inappropriate conduct.

“This is a situation that has been very much on my mind over the past few weeks,” Trudeau said when asked about the incident during a news conference in Toronto.

“I’ve been reflecting very carefully on what I remember from that incident almost 20 years ago and again I feel — I am confident — that I did not act inappropriately. But part of this awakening that we’re having as a society, a long awaited realization, is that it’s not just one side of the story that matters.”

The event in question was the Kokanee Summit festival in August 2000, which Trudeau attended to accept a donation to the Kokanee Glacier Alpine Campaign. The Trudeau family launched the campaign after his youngest brother, Michel, died in an avalanche in Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park in 1998.

The unsigned editorial says Trudeau “inappropriately handled” a reporter there to cover the event, and apologized to her by saying, “If I had known you were reporting for a national paper, I never would have been so forward.”

Trudeau’s self-professed stance as a feminist prime minister with a low tolerance for inappropriate behaviour has critics — livid that he has so far essentially shrugged off the claim — demanding an independent investigation.

Conservative MPs have been raging about it on Twitter, accusing their female Liberal counterparts of being anti-feminist and weak for failing to speak out against the alleged behaviour.  – National Newswatch

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insisted Thursday he “did not act inappropriately” towards a female reporter at a B.C. music festival 18 years ago — but he also acknowledged that the woman he’s been accused of groping may have an entirely different perspective.

If the man had any honour, he would do exactly what he has others to to. He would do what other men have done all over Canada and the US when any woman has come forward and accused them of passed sexual misconduct. They lose their job. Its as simple of that. The men are presumed guilty because the woman’s perspective is all that matters, Justin. You said that yourself.  All women must be believed.

Why is this case different?  Because its YOU that is being accused of inappropriate behaviour.  You are a hypocrite. The entire country can see it.

All the accused men insist that they did not act inappropriately, every single one, just as you are doing right now.  #METOO.  No chance of defence.  Careers ruined.

Trudeau needs to resign as leader of the Federal Liberal Party. If he had any honour, he would have already done that.

PS: I wonder if he grabbed the woman by the “pussy”.  That would be ironic, would it not? Trudeau and Trump both possible “pussy” grabbers?

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  1. bill westly
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    One law for “them” and a law for the rest of us!

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