Trudeau’s trip to Kamloops, BC, ended in disaster, with a crowd of First Nations calling Trudeau a “criminal” and telling him to leave immediately.
Chaos erupted almost as soon as Trudeau arrived at Kamloops, where he was set to make a speech on the Indigenous graves uncovered last year.
“Take your disrespect out of our tribe,” First Nations protesters chanted as Trudeau and his armed security detail tried to make their way through the crowd.
Eventually, Trudeau made his way to the stage and gave his speech, which went about as well as you’d expect.
“Today, we’re here to remember the L—” Trudeau began.
“You’re a criminal,” a First Nations protester interjected
“You’re not welcome here,” First Nations protesters screamed as Trudeau attempted to continue.
Eventually, he was forced to admit the disgust that First Nations had for him.
“I hear your anger towards me. That’s fine,” Trudeau said, slightly shaken. “But I’d ask you to respect your elders, please.”
This isn’t the first time Trudeau’s been protested on his home turf, let alone abroad, where he’s been called a dictator in front of the entire EU.
In late March, Trudeau was protested in a Liberal-Party-stronghold in BC, despite hiding his itinerary to avoid such a protest.
Nonetheless, BC residents mobilized and organized a demonstration outside the Fairmont Hotel in downtown Vancouver.
“Shame on you! Shame on you,” hundreds of protestors chanted as Trudeau sat in his motorcade, shocked. He then waved back. A freedom convoy of trucks and plenty of Canadian flags could be seen.
Besides the EU and Canada, Trudeau has also been protested in the UK during a trip to see UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Before his arrival, a mob of protesters waving Canadian flags amassed outside Number 10 Downing Street, forcing Trudeau to sneak in through the back door shamefully.