Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said the security threat that forced him to wear a bullet-proof vest at a Saturday rally is an unfortunate consequence of the polarization of politics in Canada and elsewhere.
The numbers tell the story, and it’s not a happy one. At the Star, “revenue (has) continued to decline sharply year-over-year — especially in terms of sales of print advertising space to national accounts.” The source? None other than the Star itself.
A recent news article spoke of Trudeau’s attempt to manipulate and control the statements of a former ambassador to China, David Mulroney. Canadian lives are on the line in China as Trudeau’s government imitates the regime in Beijing by trying to silence critics.
While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to lamenting Canada’s loss of Toronto Raptors player Kawhi Leornard on Twitter, Canadians replied by telling him that they would like to SEE HIM LEAVE NEXT.
According to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, “When you see a toxicity beginning to spread on platforms, a lot of good people step away from those platforms and you end up with just pools of toxicity.