Justin Trudeau sets gold standard for pandering in India but the pictures will live on in infamy

When I first saw some of these pictures and video I thought maybe it was a new Sacha Baron Cohen gag set in New Delhi, but no, it’s really Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, the Barack Obama of the north, trying to prove that… well, I’m not sure what he was trying to prove:

This is a little like if a U.S. president got off his plane in Canada with his entire family dressed as Wayne Gretzky at game time or Dudley Doright headed to work.

Call me crazy, but that seems like a LOT of cultural appropriation from a super-progressive who recently scolded a woman about saying “mankind” instead of “peoplekind.”

(h/t Hot Air)

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2 thoughts on “Justin Trudeau sets gold standard for pandering in India but the pictures will live on in infamy”

  1. Interesting that the Indian PM refused to take this clown seriously. I wonder what Trudeau’s kids will think when they realize their old man has made them international laughingstocks?

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