Justin Trudeau, the far left leader of Canada, has been destroying his country for years with disastrous liberal policies. He’s repeatedly been seen at mosques, professing the Obama-esque idea that Islam is a “religion of peace.”
Despite this, Canada has seen a monumental rise in freedom-restricting laws, such as the new Bill M103 which makes anti-Islam speech illegal. Canada has been pandering to Islam ever since Justin Trudeau rose to power, and he has infected the Canadian government with his Leftist ideology.
Fortunately, America has taken a turn for the better. After electing President Trump, we made a statement, loud and clear, that we will not tolerate any sort of anti-American policies, radical extremists, or Leftist bullying. We voted for a President who wants to protect our freedoms, keep Muslim radicals out, and most importantly, make America great again.
Yet, while President Trump is working diligently at fulfilling his campaign promises, liberal politicians, both in our own government and in foreign governments, have been undermining him every step of the way. In fact, just recently, Justin Trudeau snuck in a negotiation with North Korea that has completely undermined Trump’s harsh stance against the psychotic world leader.
“North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States,” President Trump has said. “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.” Donald Trump has sent a clear message to North Korea, that any and all aggression will be immediately squashed by the might of our superior military.
Trudeau, on the other hand, has been pandering to the mini-tyrant Kim Jong Un, and may have just crossed the line. While much of the negotiation between Canada and North Korea has remain shrouded in mystery, there are some facts that have come to the public eye.
Prime Minister Trudeau dispatched his Defense Secretary, Daniel Jean, to the North Korean capital of Pyongyang just earlier today. He’s said that he wishes to discuss “other issues of regional concern,” but knowing the Canadian Prime Minister’s weak-willed foreign policies, this may be an attempt at appeasement.
While U.S. President Donald Trump was threatening North Korea with “fire and fury” as tensions between the two countries escalated Tuesday night, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was taking a quieter line with Pyongyang—with great effect. His envoy achieved Canada’s objective to secure the release of one of its citizens held in North Korea for the past two and a half years.
State-controlled news agency KCNA announced Tuesday that North Korea’s top court was releasing Toronto Presbyterian pastor Hyeon Soo Lim “on sick bail” for “humanitarian” reasons, as reported by Reuters.
While many are claiming that Trudeau’s actions led to a positive outcome, others are furious that he’s pandering to the tyrannical leader who’s repeatedly upset the balance of world peace. Un is known for his horrible brainwashing programs, internment camps, and Orwellian censorship.
Many conservatives believe that President Trump is doing the right thing. “We do not negotiate with terrorists,” as the American statement goes—and it seems that Trump is doing just that.