Trudeau has further to fall. Much further

Where exactly do we begin here? It was quite a week for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. At least we no longer have to keep asking “How much longer will this honeymoon period continue?”

But now the question becomes: “How much worse will things get?”

  • ntt1

    The basic problem is that turdo la doo is not what he seems, many of us saw through the amatuer dramatics and histrionics to realize he is just a sock puppet for his islamophile brother and deep green radicals like pond scum butts, it is inevitable that the curtain will be torn away and the vacuous nature of the “dauphin” revealed.

    • Justin St.Denis

      “…it is inevitable that the curtain will be torn away and the vacuous nature of the “dauphin” revealed.”

      Except to the vagina-powered voters who put him in the PMO, Canuckistani journalists and other clinical morons, the vacuous nature of the “dauphin” has been a matter of public record to most sentient Canadians for a number of years.

      • ntt1

        Have a little faith those vagina powered voters will learn the “depth of his shallowness” too and their jilted rage will be a force of nature

        • Linda1000

          That might be a long time coming … right now I’d bet JT gets voted in for a second term. The Libtards are out to destroy Canada and it’s their revenge for the Harper years, of course.

          • ntt1

            He elbowed an ex barmaid in the tits in most rural bars that would be enough for a major beat down, strongly sanctioned by the other women in the bar. Not sure about urban bars, do the bar maids still have tits?do after market bolt-ons count?

          • Linda1000

            I don’t know, lol. The last time I went to a bar was in 2001 and it was ladies night at a cowboy bar with male strippers. I’m not much of a drinker. lol

        • DMB

          I won’t hold my breath on that. On twitter I had one eagerly come to his defense after openly mocking Justin on his temper tantrum in parliament. They justify it by saying it was an accident. Well most acts of violence towards women by men usually occur in a fit of rage rather then pre planned. But why let facts get in the way of their pro Justin narrative.

    • Waffle

      His vacuous nature is already being revealed. Unfortunately, the loafers at the coffee shop are cheering him on.

  • Daviddowntown

    Now what does the resident and oh so erudite part time drama teacher apologist have to say?

  • Exile1981

    Pull back the mask of a leftist and you will find a petty thug.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Optimist. In every case that I know of, behind the mask of a leftist you find a totalitarian. Totalitarians are always ugly.

      • DVult

        I thought it was just another mask.

  • FivePointSpurgeon

    How bad will it get? Western secession will be publicly discussed.

    If the West doesn’t secede during Queen Selfie’s time at the tiller, it will never happen.

    • Linda1000

      I double support that idea. It’s been percolating for quite some time in AB and I don’t see any downside to it since Easterners just keep raping us for more money. We have little in common with eastern Canada these days. It’s worth the risk rather than staying in the confederation and doing nothing. Plus, I’d do just about anything to be free of Quebec and now Ontario.

      • ntt1

        Rural BC is of much the same mindset, the problem is the vast numbers of Eastern progressive migrants flocking into mayor moonbeams Vancouver.
        Like the GTA the GVRD is becoming a black hole of progressivism, sucking in money and resources and voting for those who will continue the swag.

        • k1962

          It’s awful. But there are those of us who flocked here who vote Conservative.

          We are becoming like Victoria (and surrounding islands), the granola/vegan eating, Birkenstock wearing, hairy female armpits capital of Canada. I hate it.

        • Linda1000

          Where in rural B.C. is a good place to relocate? Just wondering, what’s your take on the Comox area on the big island? So much money in real estate in the GVRD and GTA.

          • ntt1

            comox is getting expensive, it seems to be the new retirement zone for ex armed services personnel. I am a little south of Squamish and we have just been discovered so our land prices are getting ridiculous. Anywhere with in 50 miles of Vancouver is going through a boom right now but there are plenty of peaceful smll towns through out mid to central BC that don’t suffer from 101/2 month winters

      • Secession has been quietly brewing in Northwest Ontario for a number of years as well. Wynne and Trudeau may wake up one day to realize that Ontario has lost two-thirds of its territory to the West.

        There’s a less-painful solution: why don’t the Liberals secede southern Ontario from the rest of the country and leave the rest of us alone? Liberals can all live together in their metro-sexual “global” utopia south of the Canadian Shield. Maybe the rest of us can send them foreign aid from time to time (out of compassion for the hapless buggers).

        • Linda1000

          That’s not a bad idea as long as their debt goes with them. Southern ON and Quebec could join forces and hold another referendum – the whole southern corridor from Lake Erie and Ontario down the St. Lawrence. The 1995 Quebec referendum would have succeeded if it hadn’t been for sentimental Ontarians for federation holding a big rally in Montreal before the vote (Sheila Copps lead the group). Trudeau could organize this and it would be a real accomplishment for him. The younger voters who just love him would support any of his ideas, as long as he legalizes pot.
          BTW, which Spanish-speaking area are you and Mrs. Ricardojaimie going to travel to this fall – South America, Central, Spain, Mexico?

          • Voted Liberal my entire life — until Harper came along. Best Prime Minister we’ve had to date ( and that’s not sayin much).

            In answer to your question: I’m going on a “reconnaissance tour” — have no idea where I’ll end up. Apparently the rest of the world is a disaster except for Liberal Canada — if it’s true then I’ll be back here in in a jiffy licking my wounds in utopia.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I’m all in for Western Separation.
      I have been for forty years.
      Where do I sign up?

  • Jay Currie

    I am not surprised by any of this. The more virulent Conservatives failed to notice that Trudeau was built to self destruct. Now the question is whether the Cons will take advantage of this and elect an actual conservative leader or if they have been co-opt Ed completely by the media party.

    We’ll see.

  • canminuteman

    His honeymoon will last until the MSM decides it’s over. I’m not counting on that happening.

  • marty_p

    I am sure there are high tech glasses available with a “heads up display” that Justin can buy that could provide full time teleprompter access and he can simply become a figure head.
    Remember this Star Trek TOS episode?

  • Billy Bob Thornton

    For me, Trudeau like most PMs are going to be in office between 8 and 13 years. Even Tim Powers a conservative strategist and regular on CTV and CBC showed that Trudeau will not be too damaged by this and he will no doubt continue and a bigger scandal should be enough to take down the Liberals. The way polling is now with the Liberals near 50% that shows they should have most likely as an anti-mainstream watcher from the sides I have to say that they should get another term or two in office. I never voted for the Liberals or the NDP of the Conservatives as a Canadian Action party supporter and a Canadian nationalist but I believe that Trudeau should be in power till the early or mid 2020’s. I would prefer a Canadian nationalist because the fact is we are a debtor nation and debtor nations can only truly be cured by value based currencies or a combination of nationalization of the banks and using the Bank of Canada. People may not check charts on here but people have to curious why Canada maintained a 22 billion dollar debt from 1938 to 1974. That is startling and many Canadians should realize the whole left/right/centre divide in Canada is a sham and our politicians are merely either following orders or doing as they are told.

    Trudeau is just a leader that was meant to get the job due to his name.

    And it is not a conspiracy to believe that all mainstream parties are governed by puppets. It is proven by how weak the Western economies truly are.

    Have people seen the dismal job losses by retailers in the US lately?! That proves the left/right/centre divide of the mainstream is a sham. Which is why I do hope true nationalist movements can make their way to Canada whether they be left or centrist or right.

    • Clink9

      I’m not buying any of that horse crap.

  • Ottawa Eyes

    No, no, no. He’s supposed to get high after he has legalized it.

    Then I’ll be waiting for the day he gets caught in bed with a couple of under-aged girls he was sharing a joint with.

    • Alain

      You may have the wrong sex.

  • Clausewitz

    Life is like a baseball game. Junior came in hard to second base with his elbows up but sadly we don’t have a pitcher with the balls to throw at his head next time up.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    His honeymoon will be over in 3 and half years from now.

    • ¿Se usa “Maurixio” con el equis “x” también en Guatemala o solamente en Méjico?

  • DMB

    GM Butts will be taking greater care into micromanaging Justin’s daily affairs since Justin can not handle unforeseen circumstances.

  • Blind Druid

    The only reason he got in is because women have the vote. The only reason Obama got in is because groids have the vote. And so on.