"After Mr. Trudeau fires his speechwriter, he should take a long look at himself. Yes, he is a Trudeau, whose father consistently whitewashed not only Fidel Castro but (much worse) Mao. Justin Trudeau just missed his chance to jump this particular family ship. Allegiance to the best in one’s heritage is admirable; remaining mired in the worst is not."
Who on earth would take Canada seriously at this point?
See the dictator-lover get utterly savaged here. It's so good.
"This kind of Disco Generation stupidity about Castro has been commonplace in establishment circles in Canada since Pierre’s time, and neither Alexandre’s gringo-splaining nor Justin’s aptitude for eulogy are sufficient to gloss over the many things Cubans have every right to complain about."
The hashtag #TrudeauEulogies is hysterical if you feel like taking a peek.
And by hysterical, I of course mean I CANNOT BELIEVE THIS IDIOT IS OUR LEADER.
Mr. Ponzi, a hard-working Italian immigrant, ushered in a new era of financing techniques now used by governments worldwide #Trudeaueulogies— Barbarian Capital (@BarbarianCap) November 27, 2016
"Today we remember the Ayatollah Khomeini, who in 1979 opened his doors and gave free housing to 52 Americans." #trudeaueulogies— Josh E. (@joshe1129) November 27, 2016
We mourn the death of Vlad the Impaler, who spearheaded initiatives which touched the hearts of millions. #TrudeauEulogies #trudeaueulogy pic.twitter.com/z1pznoHj7P— Conservosaurus (@conservosaurus) November 26, 2016
While a controversial figure, Gaddafi brought much attention to the Libyan fashion scene. #trudeaueulogies— PM Turdeau (@turdeau) November 26, 2016
As we mourn Emperor Caligula, let us always remember his steadfast devotion to Senate reform. #trudeaueulogies— J.J. McCullough (@JJ_McCullough) November 26, 2016