“According to Trudeau I’m an extremist” Twitter trend goes viral 

Mike Campbell

September 15, 2022

Canadians slandered by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for refraining the experimental COVID vaccines are taking back the narrative with a viral Twitter trend. 

“According to Trudeau I’m an extremist” Twitter trend goes viral 
“According to Trudeau I’m an extremist” Twitter trend goes viral.

Across the country, Canadians are posting “According to Trudeau, I’m an extremist” to their timelines, followed by a description about themselves. 

“I’m a 35 year-old Canadian. I’m a widow and single mother to five. I am university educated. I’m an accountant. I homeschool my kids and I am a hockey mom. According to Trudeau, I’m an extremist who needs to be dealt with. #TrudeauMustGo” tweeted Jayde.

“Im a father of 2 boys, married, retired athlete, retired entrepreneur and now retired soldier with 3 tours in Afghanistan. According to Trudeau I am an extremist. It is time for leave.#TrudeauMustGo,” said user Matt Cowles, who also joined on the viral Twitter trend.

In September 2021, Trudeau referred to millions of Canadians as likely to be racists, sexists, extremists, and people who don’t believe in science. He also said they perhaps shouldn’t be “tolerated” because they refused to submit to his coercive tactics to be inoculated with a vaccine approved under emergency-use. 

In an interview, Trudeau said “it’s a small group, that takes up room.”

“And we have to make a choice in terms of leaders, in terms of the country. Do we tolerate these people?” Trudeau said in French.

Even American commentator Bill Maher thought Trudeau’s comments went too far. He said Trudeau sounds “like Hitler.”

Critics said Trudeau’s comments were hate speech under Canadian law, but nothing has come about legally.

Section 319 (2) of Canada’s Code states “ Every one who, by communicating statements, other than in private conversation, wilfully promotes hatred against any identifiable group is guilty of (a) an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years; or (b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.” [emphasis added]

Trudeau has not been charged with a crime or even apologized. Instead, the prime minister continues to slander anyone who challenges his vaccine mandates, saying they have “unacceptable views.”

Trudeau was infected with COVID twice in six months after receiving three COVID vaccines. Yet, he continues to criticize those who “fight against vaccines,” including newly elected federal Conservative party leader Pierre Poilievre. 

Last month, Trudeau threatened to re-implement restrictions unless at least 80% get vaccinated for a 3rd or 4th, or 5th time whatever qualifies them as being “up-to-date” vaccinated.   

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