Barack Obama Endorses Justin Trudeau Ahead of Canadian Elections

Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada and leader of the Liberal Party, has landed the coveted endorsement of Barack Obama ahead of the Canadian elections in which he is facing a tough fight for reelection, not his own former Vice President Joe Biden.

Washington Post:

“TORONTO — Barack Obama is urging Canadians to re-elect Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, an apparently unprecedented endorsement of a candidate in a Canadian election by a former American president.

Obama tweeted Wednesday that he was proud to work with Trudeau and described him as a hard-working, effective leader who takes on big issues like climate change.

“The world needs his progressive leadership now, and I hope our neighbors to the north support him for another term,” Obama wrote.

Trudeau later responded with his own tweet: “Thanks my friend, we’re working hard to keep our progress going.”

Trudeau is in a tough re-election fight ahead of Monday’s parliamentary elections. …”

Muh democratic norms!

Joe Biden is out of touch with the base of the modern Democratic Party for being perceived as an old straight White male. Justin Trudeau, however, is a more exciting, young, genderfluid, transracial Person of Color. Just look at him. He is even blacker and gayer than Obama.

AP:

“Polls show Trudeau could lose to his Conservative Party rival in national elections on Monday or fail to win a majority of seats in Parliament and have to rely on an opposition party to remain in power. Not since 1935 has a first-term Canadian prime minister with a parliamentary majority lost a bid for re-election.

A combination of scandal and high expectations has damaged his prospects.

Last month, photos of Trudeau in blackface and brownface when he was younger surfaced, casting doubt on his judgment. And the boyishly handsome 47-year-old was tarnished by a scandal that erupted earlier this year, when his former attorney general said he pressured her to halt the prosecution of a Quebec company. Trudeau has said he was standing up for jobs. …

Justin Trudeau reasserted the country’s liberal identity in 2015 after almost 10 years of Conservative rule and has been viewed as a beacon of hope for liberals in the Trump era. The Liberal Party leader appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine under the headline “Why Can’t He Be Our President?”

Sensing Trudeau is now in trouble, Barack Obama made an unprecedented endorsement by a former American president, urging Canadians to re-elect Trudeau and describing him as a hard-working, effective leader who takes on big issues like climate change.

“The world needs his progressive leadership now,” Obama tweeted.
Trudeau has championed diversity and gender equality. Half of Trudeau’s Cabinet is made up of women, four are Sikhs, and his immigration minister is a Somali-born refugee. He has embraced immigration at a time when the U.S. and other countries are closing their doors. And he legalized cannabis nationwide. …”

It is possible that Trudeau could go down on Monday.

If you haven’t heard the news, Justin Trudeau is in trouble in Canada after being caught repeatedly wearing blackface and crossdressing as a racial minority to escape the guilt of being a White male. Barack Obama has endorsed him in an unprecedented act of American foreign intervention in a Canadian election in a last ditch effort to bail him out of that electoral hole.

It is hard to imagine a world without Justin Trudeau on the world stage who has provided us with so many lulz over the years as Canada’s soyboy president and as one of the world’s most prominent and hypocritical leaders of progressive liberalism. Is it really over?

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5 Comments

  1. When the “Brown face” issue first came out, I didn’t understand all the fuss from people like Stefan Molyneux and Tucker Carlson. It didn’t bother me or surprise me. What I didn’t understand is why people, especially liberals, didn’t get upset with Trudeau for dressing up in Hindu Garb, Muzzie headgear, etc. This is cultural appropriation too, isn’t it? Or was the Brownface incident somehow different from wearing non-western clothes? I also got upset at Trump for putting on the Yarmulke and putting his hands on the wailing wall In Jerusalem. I got upset at Trump, but not Trudeau, because I thought Trump is sort of on my side whereas I know Trudeau was not.

  2. Social mood is strongly against Trudeau, whose only real appeal is to immigrants, cat ladies and the uninformed. Ironically, that makes up a sizeable amount of the electorate in Canada, and due to the terrible leadership of the Conservatives, it allows Trudeau a chance to win re-election (something I’m willing to guess will happen on Monday but with a minority government).

    The Canadian election map is sort of confusing to Americans, but basically the Liberal Party of Canada has a lot of power in the Martimes, parts of Quebec and most of the cities. The Canadian Prime Minister is decided by how many seats they win which is taken from each county or riding in the country. Cities usually are divided up by many ridings but country land is usually made up of a bigger area as one riding. So when one looks at an electoral map of Canada, they might feel heartened to see a lot of blue in the provinces (Conservative colour) especially in the West. However, the large tracts of blue land mean nothing to the power of the red cities (Liberal colour) and Canadian elections are often decided in the East, not the West.

    A weak Conservative party is not helping in people who wish to depose of Trudeau, however they’re not much better. Trudeau raised the amount of immigration into Canada to 300,000 a year (Canada’s population before Trudeau was 32 million) not including refugees. Trudeau wants to raise that number even more to 500,000 I think whilst the Conservatives are running on maintaining at the 300,000 level that Trudeau put in.

    The Conservative party under Scheer is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and will make no changes to the trajectory of Canada even if they win. The only factor in this election is whether Trudeau is going to be at the head of the suicide pact that is known as Canada. There are many left-wing/centrists that threaten to take the throne away from Trudeau by taking seats from him (especially the Bloc Quebecois doing extremely well in this election) but at the end of the day it really doesn’t matter.

    Most Canadians from /pol/ and other far-right groups are voting for Bernier’s People’s Party of Canada that wants to drastically reduce Immigration, stop taking refugees and pull out of UN treaties. However it is their first election and it is unlikely they will win but they will likely win a good amount of the popular vote. Trudeau winning in the election may actually help Canada because a lot of “fucking white males” hate Trudeau and it may turn them into PPC voters.

    There is a strong sentiment in Canada in ending the “First past the post” voting system from the left-right so a Trudeau victory may see a coalition of partners vote to end that and we can see real change happen in Canada.

  3. Let me get this straight. BHO can endorse a candidate for prime minister in a foreign country, and the (((msm))) doesn’t raise any objection that a former POTUS is meddling in the internal affairs of another sovereign nation. Hmm?

    What would be the reaction of the (((msm))), if for instance Matteo Salvini publicly supported the reelection of POTUS Blompf? One doesn’t have to be a remote viewer to accurately guess that they’d scream collusion 24/7.

    Rabbi hypocrisy, your table is ready.

  4. Every Canada-residing filipino I know (and I know several, and there are many many thousands of them all over Canada due to its even laxer immigration qualifications than the USA) hates Trudeau and thinks he is a total faggot.

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