Trudeau's Alleged Groping Incident Won't Go away


Twin_Moose
Conservative
#61
Lisa Raitt Alludes To Trudeau Misconduct Allegation At Conservative Convention
https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canad...cid=spartanntp

HALIFAX — The deputy leader of the federal Conservatives kicked off her party's policy convention Thursday with an allusion to an old groping allegation that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confronted this summer.
Lisa Raitt served as co-emcee with Monica Barley, a New Brunswick lawyer who ran for that province's Progressive Conservative leadership.
Raitt noted that while two women would be serving in the role, "we didn't send out a news release and we didn't make a big fuss about it." Raitt added that she also didn't have to check a "special box on the application form."

It is never, ever alright to grope women, no matter if you are some average Joe or even the prime minister of Canada. Lisa Raitt

The dig at the Liberal government's penchant for promoting its feminist credentials became clearer when Barley jabbed that they "didn't even have to pass a good feminist test that some guy came up with."
Barley received a standing ovation, first from a number of female delegates and then the room, when she said Conservatives don't tell women how to act or what to believe.
"We respect all women. No if, ands, or buts," she said.
"And speaking of butts," Raitt interjected, sparking more laughs.
"I just want to be perfectly clear about something and let's just get it out of the way tonight. It is never, ever alright to grope women, no matter if you are some average Joe or even the prime minister of Canada."
Delegates in the room again rose to their feet.
Earlier:
Last month, Trudeau addressed allegations made in a 2000 editorial in the Creston Valley Advance newspaper that he had behaved inappropriately and apologized for being "forward" with a female reporter at a B.C. music festival. The unsigned editorial, which surfaced on social media, used the term "groping."
The issue sparked headlines because of Trudeau's praise as a feminist leader and his support of a zero-tolerance approach to allegations of sexual misconduct.
The prime minister told reporters this summer that while he is confident he did not behave untoward with the reporter, "the same interactions could be experienced very differently from one person to the next."
The former reporter at the heart of the story came forward to say the incident "did occur as reported," that Trudeau apologized, and that she will not be discussing the matter further.
An Ontario man, however, has launched an e-petition calling for the government to table a response to the incident. The petition is sponsored by Tory MP Michelle Rempel.
 
captain morgan
Bloc Québécois
#62
Was it Lisa Raitt that got her boobs smacked around by tater tot?
 
EagleSmack
#63
Sounds like Trudeau is a serial abuser.
 
EagleSmack
#64
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Yep no talking points from the Trudites to mimic

Silent as church mice.

*snicker*
 
EagleSmack
+1
#65
Trudeau On Groping Allegation: One Of Those ‘Difficult Conversations’


http://dailycaller.com/2018/09/19/tr...-conversation/


He's still the Prime Minister. Liberals simply do not care about women when they are sexually assaulted by white liberal men.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
+1
#66
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Trudeau On Groping Allegation: One Of Those ‘Difficult Conversations’


http://dailycaller.com/2018/09/19/tr...-conversation/


He's still the Prime Minister. Liberals simply do not care about women when they are sexually assaulted by white liberal men.

But Kavanaugh man .
 
EagleSmack
+1
#67
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

But Kavanaugh man .


Kavanaugh indeed.
 
Decapoda
+1
#68
Trudeau’s response to groping allegations? Institute weird ‘Gender Equality Week’

Not only do we have to listen to Trudeau lecture us on what we all must collectively learn from his experience groping a young woman, we must now also spend a whole week hearing him blather on about how historic his government is for repeating tropes that nobody bothers to argue about anymore, beginning with this statement from the Prime Minister's Office yesterday:

This week, we mark the first ever Gender Equality Week in Canada. This is a historic step, and a chance to celebrate gender equality as a key to Canada's success. We honour the people behind the progress we've made, and turn toward the work left to do make sure everyone has the opportunities they need to thrive

In case you were wondering who, specifically, is being honored this week, the rest of the statement makes it quite clear that Justin would like to honor himself, as well as the Liberals. I'm sure we're even supposed to be grateful that Trudeau's handsy experiences with female reporters could teach us so much.
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Only a pretentious, virtue signalling left-wing moron like Trudeau could be so boldly arrogant as to double down on his hollow proclamation of being a defender of women's virtue in an effort to bury his own sh*t like a dog, while at the same time chastising everyone else for needing to do better. I feel sorry for the people who are actually buying this crap, if there's anyone left in that group.
 
Hoid
#69
Dogs don't bury their shit.

You're thinking of cats.
 
Decapoda
+2
#70
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Dogs don't bury their shit.

Oh right...they eat it.

And here I thought you had nothing relevant to offer, but look at you go.
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EagleSmack
#71
Quote: Originally Posted by Decapoda View Post

Trudeau’s response to groping allegations? Institute weird ‘Gender Equality Week’

Not only do we have to listen to Trudeau lecture us on what we all must collectively learn from his experience groping a young woman, we must now also spend a whole week hearing him blather on about how historic his government is for repeating tropes that nobody bothers to argue about anymore, beginning with this statement from the Prime Minister's Office yesterday:

This week, we mark the first ever Gender Equality Week in Canada. This is a historic step, and a chance to celebrate gender equality as a key to Canada's success. We honour the people behind the progress we've made, and turn toward the work left to do make sure everyone has the opportunities they need to thrive

In case you were wondering who, specifically, is being honored this week, the rest of the statement makes it quite clear that Justin would like to honor himself, as well as the Liberals. I'm sure we're even supposed to be grateful that Trudeau's handsy experiences with female reporters could teach us so much.
--

Only a pretentious, virtue signalling left-wing moron like Trudeau could be so boldly arrogant as to double down on his hollow proclamation of being a defender of women's virtue in an effort to bury his own sh*t like a dog, while at the same time chastising everyone else for needing to do better. I feel sorry for the people who are actually buying this crap, if there's anyone left in that group.




I'm surprised the Libs still stand by him with his assault on that woman.