Trudeau says it’s “far right” to oppose trans women in women’s sports 
“Far right politicians pick fights with trans kids. Shame on them,” Trudeau said.

Mike Campbell

February 21, 2024

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went on a four minute rant about Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre and Alberta Premier Danielle Smith, calling them both “far right” for their transgender-related stances. 

Trudeau says it’s “far right” to oppose trans women in women’s sports 

The Prime Minister singled out the Opposition leader Poilievre, who earlier in the day said he opposes biological males from participating in women’s sports. 

Trudeau called Poilievre’s comments “an attack on LGBT kids” and later called him “far-right” for his positioning.

“I heard Mr. Poilievre went off against the LGBT community again this morning,” Trudeau said.

Trudeau’s allegation that Poilievre “went off against the LGBT community” arose from a question to the Opposition leader about whether biological males should be allowed in women’s sports and changerooms. Poilievre’s response was clear: “Female spaces should be exclusively for females, not for biological males.”

In other words, Trudeau expressed strong opposition to the notion, and called anyone who disagrees “far-right.”

The Prime Minister also defended his support for “the LGBT community,” describing Alberta Premier Smith’s policies as detrimental to vulnerable youth. 

“Far right politicians pick fights with trans kids. Shame on them,” Trudeau said.

The development comes after Rebel News’ recent discovery of a girls high school volleyball game that had five transgender women on the court, as well as the unfathomable reality that a swim competition in Markham, Ontario, allowed a 50-year-old biological male to swim against — and share a changeroom with — 13 year-old girls. 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has claimed multiple times that “trans women are women.” 

A new Leger poll shows that more Albertans believe Premier Smith’s transgender-related policy announcements will benefit children “in the long term” than they will be harmful.

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