Stop running from the truth: Justin Trudeau is playing us with his PR stunts

He’s tackled quantum physics, photobombed a beach wedding, posed shirtless for selfies with a family hiking in the woods and, most recently, jogged past a group of Canadian teenagers heading to prom.

And each time, Justin Trudeau’s actions have earned lavish attention from media outlets in Canada and around the world.

But after it was pointed out that the shot of Trudeau breezing past the prom-bound teens was snapped by his official photographer, some Canadians have been asking why the media continues to fall for what seems to be a constant stream of PR stunts.

In politics, even the most spontaneous run-ins are carefully set up, noted Robyn Urback, a columnist for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. “And public photobombs by politicians in their Sunday sweats usually involve some sort of prior coordination,” she said.


This is the 3rd such article by the MSM in a week and they’re all Shocked! Shocked! to have found they’ve been had.

Oh please.

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  • Shebel

    Maybe, the CBC is just warning Justin – that – some point or moment in time –
    You will have to PRETEND to be a Leader.

    • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

      They still haven’t had their request for $400 million in extra funding to cover lost advertising revenue approved yet.

      They’ll back off once they get that.

      • David Murrell

        Bribes do that to journalists.

  • Shebel

    It is indeed very revealing when the CBC starts to care.
    Not about Canada. They never did.
    It must be that even the CBC—is worried about their existence.
    Under Justin.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      What is the point where the viewership of the CBC falls so low that the government has to consider a better way to use that money.
      If there was only one viewer of the CBC would they still get the subsidy?

      • El Martyachi

        Yes they would. On one of the french broadcasts in BC years ago, the station wanted to find out how many people were watching and asked viewers to call in. Nobody called.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          Kinda makes you wonder how many government departments are just there to be there.
          At least I help keep the lights on.

          • El Martyachi

            Maybe we’d best freeze in the dark.

          • Jaedo Drax

            Want immortality? Be a government program, they never go away, no matter how inefficient they are, no matter how little they do, nor how badly they do it.

        • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

          The only people I know who speak French in BC are the panhandlers from Quebec.

          • El Martyachi

            Well they gotta watch TV too!

  • Shebel

    I wonder if we will see the CBC , start PRETENDING , that they care about Canada.

  • Reader

    When even The Guardian is questioning Justin, obviously some of the shine is wearing off his carefully PMO carved image for the media.

    • Tooth&Claw

      Shine? You mean the glitter is rubbing off.
      The manchild is a tool.

  • I think the MSM is hoping this will give them credibility as hard hitting journalists who just happen to be Justin’s full time PR firm.

  • Alain

    I don’t give him credit to be intelligent enough to play us with the PR stunts. The credit belongs to his handlers, the ones pulling the puppet’s strings. For the MSM to pretend to notice this now when they have been more than willing to promote the nitwit as some kind of saviour, takes the cake.

  • barryjr

    PM Shithead is a national embarrassment forced upon Canada by the welfare leeches of the Maritimes, Quebec and Ontario. Thanks for destroying Canada you fucktards.

  • Who is worse: this attention-seeking little sh– or his attention-seeking little sh– followers?

    • Clausewitz

      A little from column A, a little from column B.

  • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

    Too bad someone did give him a good shove, that’s a good 8 foot drop onto some nasty barnacle covered rocks at that spot on the Sea wall.

  • David Murrell

    “…Canadians seem to wonder why the media seem to fall for the Prime Minister’s PR stunts”

    The reason: the national media are on the federal government’s payroll.