WALK OF SHAME: Anti-Trudeau protest forces Justin to sneak in through the back

Keean Bexte

March 7, 2022

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has been forced to sneak in through the back of Boris Johnson’s office after being met by anti-Trudeau protesters in England.

Trudeau’s walk of shame

Video emerged earlier today showing a massive gathering of the English waving Canadian flags in protest of Trudeau, apparently standing in solidarity with participants of the Freedom Convoy who Trudeau’s government brutally targeted.

“Our prime minister is so hated he’s even met with protests while abroad. What an international embarrassment,” writes True North’s Cosmin Dzsurdzsa.

As Express UK explains, “Visiting leaders traditionally use the main Whitehall entrance when visiting Number 10, with politicians normally filmed walking up to the iconic front door using the right-side pavement.”

“But in footage being shared online, Mr. Trudeau can be seen approaching Boris Johnson from the left-side, suggesting he used a different entrance to get to Number 10.”

Following the invocation of the Emergencies Act, the Trudeau government ordered the freezing of bank accounts and seizing cryptocurrency wallets of dissenters in Canada, shocking the world with his insane power grab and overreach. Following the announcement, however, FINTRAC said that the truckers never posed a significant threat to justify applying terrorist financing rules.

Hated at home, an embarrassment abroad, it’s clear that Trudeau has no place leading the nation. Unfortunately, however, the next federal election isn’t until October 2025, a date that can’t come soon enough.

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