Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was heckled in Nova Scotia on Tuesday by protesters who told him to “get out of our province.”
Trudeau was in Bridgewater Nova Scotia touring a Michelin manufacturing plant where he announced Michelin was expanding in the province and pushed electric vehicles.
“You are a piece of crap!” one protester said.
Multiple protesters can be heard calling their Prime Minister a traitor.
Protesters were mostly shouting opposition to Trudeau’s medical coercion with the experimental COVID vaccines. One man said the Nuremburg tribunals will take place one day.
“You’re going to be held accountable, Justin!” a woman shouted. “Your judgment day is coming!”
Trudeau can be seen smiling while surrounded by dozens of police and security detail.
“Boooo!” another man can be heard shouting a few times.
Last month, a similar group of protesters in Yukon caused Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to sneak in and out of the backdoor garbage entrance while visiting the MacBride Museum of Yukon History.
“Hey there Justin Trudeau,” tweeted one of the protesters, going by the name DawnTJ90.
“You avoided our warm welcome at the front entrance last night. How come you ended up going in & out of the building by the garbage? You’re not scared of Canadians are you?”
Trudeau has become accustomed to hiding from protesters, whether he’s in Yukon or anywhere in the country. Earlier this year, while on a caucus retreat in Hamilton, Ontario, police created a decoy for Trudeau to leave a restaurant without so many protesters there to confront him.
On Monday, Leger released a poll on Monday which found that 20% of Canadians do not trust the results of elections in Canada.
While 69% said they do trust election results, reports of China meddling in Canada’s elections has led to a spike in concerns about the legitimacy of the current government.