After Celebrating a real Nazi In Parliament, Trudeau Complains About Russian Propaganda

After Celebrating a real Nazi In Parliament, Trudeau Complains About Russian Propaganda

“I think it’s going to be really important that all of us push back against Russian propaganda” ~Justin Trudeau 

Steve Watson

Summit News

Despite the fact that he met with and then invited a former SS soldier into his parliament, where the 98-year-old Nazi was given a standing ovation, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau complained about “Russian propaganda” and “Russian disinformation” Monday.

Here’s the backstory from yesterday:

Trudeau was asked about the situation by reporters and commented, “Obviously it’s extremely upsetting that this happened,” before immediately blaming the Speaker of the House, noting “The speaker has acknowledged his mistake and has apologized. This is something that is deeply embarrassing to the Parliament of Canada and by extension to all Canadians, I think particularly of Jewish MPs and all members of the Jewish community across the country, celebrating, commemorating Yom Kippur today.”

He then pivoted to Russia, stating “I think it’s going to be really important that all of us push back against Russian propaganda, Russian disinformation and continue our steadfast and unequivocal support for Ukraine.”


Opposition leader Pierre Poilievre told parliament that “Canadians are sick and tired of a prime minister who never takes responsibility for things that happen under his watch,” adding “he always finds someone else to throw under the bus,” and asking the Speaker of the House “are you that person?”

Poilievre demanded that Trudeau personally apologize, describing the situation as “an appalling error in judgment on the part of Justin Trudeau, whose personal protocol office is responsible for arranging and vetting all guests and programming for state visits of this kind.”

“It was impossible for any parliamentarian in the room (other than Mr. Trudeau) to know of this dark past,” Poilievre added of the SS veteran.

Meanwhile, comedian Rob Schneider hit out at Trudeau, and said he has cancelled his upcoming dates in Canada in protest:


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