Trudeau testifies he never called unvaccinated disparaging names
In 2021, Trudeau accused the unvaccinated of being misogynists and
racists, questioning whether such people should even be tolerated in
While testifying under oath before the Public Order Emergency
Commission today, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denied
ever calling "unvaccinated" Canadians names, despite referring to
the vaccine-free as "misogynists" and "racists" who deny science
just last year.
"I did not call people who are unvaccinated names," said Trudeau in
response to a question from Freedom Convoy lawyer Eva Chipiuk.
Trudeau DENIES labeling the unvaccinated as racists and misogynists,
while talking over and bullying the woman asking him fair questions.
Chipiuk, pressing Trudeau on the issue, made reference to the now
"widely published comments" he made last year "calling the
unvaccinated racist and misogynist."
"And we have heard testimony in this inquiry about how some of your
officials wanted to label protesters as terrorists. Would you agree
with me that one of the most important roles of a prime minister
is to unite Canadians and not divide them by engaging in
name-calling?" asked Chipiuk.
Trudeau responded by saying "I highlighted, there is a difference
between people who are hesitant to get vaccinated for any range
of reasons and people who deliberately spread misinformation that
puts at risk the life and health of their fellow Canadians."
Trudeau's testimony seems to contradict at least two statements he
made on video about unvaccinated Canadians.
In 2021, Trudeau said Canadians "vehemently opposed to vaccination"
do "not believe in science," are "often misogynists, often racists,"
and even questioned whether Canada should continue to "tolerate
During the Freedom Convoy protests, before he enacted the Emergencies
Act (EA), Trudeau once again disparaged unvaccinated Canadians,
saying those?opposing his measures?were of a "small, fringe minority"
who hold "unacceptable views," and do not "represent the views
of Canadians who have been there for each other."
Later in today's testimony, Trudeau went as far as saying he wishes
he would have done "more" to get people to take the COVID shots,
despite having implemented some of the strictest COVID-related
mandates for travel in the world.
Trudeau also doubled down on his invocation of the never-before-used
EA to crush the protest movement, saying he was "serene and
confident" in his decision.
Despite Trudeau's constant support for COVID-19 vaccination, autopsy
data shows a close association between the COVID mRNA jabs and heart
Moreover, according to two recent?medical studies from Europe,
vaccine-induced blood damage likely explains the many harmful impacts
of the experimental COVID shots.
With today being the last day of the public hearings into Trudeau's use
of the EA, starting next week the Public Order Emergency Commission
will?begin a pubic policy phase?to recommend potential amendments to
existing legislation related to the Freedom Convoy, a process that
includes round-tables of "experts."?