Trudeau Won’t Bend Over For His Trump Spanking


One of U.S. President Donald Trump’s aides said there is a “special place in hell” for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after the PM’s actions at the G7 summit.

That’s not true.

After Lucifer spends all that money on Trump’s accommodation (gold toilet, gold bathroom fixtures, gold very high-heating unit for Trump’s cell), he won’t be able to afford even the most meagre rooms for Trudeau.

You’re safe Justin as long as Trump gets there first.

One other point, unrelated to Hell.

Trudeau has no options. He can whimper to Trump to please don’t put further tariffs on us or he can stand up to him to try to stop tariffs.

It doesn’t matter. Trump thinks he has found a weak whipping boy in little Canada.

The U.S. president is angry that his whipping boy won’t bend over for his spanking.

That said, we’re getting tariffs no matter if we are nice or stubborn.

Might as well be stubborn and go down with pride, if it comes to that.


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5 thoughts on “Trudeau Won’t Bend Over For His Trump Spanking

  1. Robert De Niro might have said it using foul language but he said it well.
    Back in November 2016 I suggested that Canadians should stop going to the U.S. for weekend shopping and vacations. I’m doubling down and asking Canadians to stop shopping U.S., stop vacationing in the U.S. and stop reporting about the U.S.
    And, oh yes, we won’t allow the Orange Man to cross our border

    1. Stop watching American-made movies and TV shows as well. Their culture is pervasive and while we Canadians think we’re different than Americans we’re not until we wipe the slate clean.

  2. When you disagree with what is said as the prime minister, you always make statements in a diplomatic manner … that was not done.

    It lacked diplomacy and only furthered difficulties in this very tumultuous situation.


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