BC Libertarian leader Keith MacIntyre has moved to file hate crimes charges against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. MacIntyre announced Tuesday that he has sent a letter to the Attorney General asking for “hate crimes” charges against the PM. The Attorney General has yet to respond.
Justin Trudeau is under fire after a viral clip showed him referring to unvaccinated people as “misogynists” and “racists.” Trudeau’s comments received significant backlash, earning the PM another column by Rex Murphy, where he stated, “it is never right for the leader of a country to launch a furious invective against an entire subset of citizens.”
The leader of British Columbia’s Libertarian Party, Keith MacIntyre, took it a step farther and decided to pursue hate crimes charges against Trudeau, announcing the move on Twitter. The tweet is question has just under 6,000 likes at the time of writing.
Toronto 99 reached out to MacIntyre for comment, but did not receive an immediate response.