Would Old Justin Hate New Trudeau? 2012 Tweet Resurfaces Quoting Conservative Leader

Nick Kangadis | February 16, 2022
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Authoritarian Canadian Prime Minister Justin “Blackface” Trudeau has always been the same overprivileged, far-left utopian dreamer for as long as one can remember. But, a recently recalled tweet he sent out in 2012 makes one wonder, ‘What would old Justin think of new Trudeau?’

The prime minister before Trudeau, Stephen Harper, was the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada from 2004 through 2015, so it’s peculiar that Trudeau — at any point in his career would quote his political adversary.

Nevertheless, Trudeau took a 2005 quote from Harper and tweeted it out back in 2012.

“When a government starts trying to cancel dissent or avoid dissent is when it’s rapidly losing its moral authority to govern -Harper in 2005,” Trudeau tweeted.

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Isn’t that quote practically the definition of what “new Trudeau” is currently doing?

On Monday, Trudeau enacted the never-before-used Emergencies Act, which allows Trudeau to bypass the authority of the individual Canadian provinces and territories. This is all being done to “cancel dissent or avoid” further “dissent” by using the power of the federal government to attempt to stop the Freedom Convoy protests and other protesters that support their cause.

I guess ‘new Trudeau’ has got some explaining to do to ‘Ol’ Blackface.’

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