Just when you think the Canadian prime minister can’t stoop any lower, he exceeds even the lowest expectations.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is being shamed on social media for celebrating a former Nazi in the House of Commons.
Trudeau is accused by opposition leader Pierre Poilievre of meeting with a Nazi war criminal, then honouring him in Parliament.
Yaroslav Hunka is an alleged war criminal involved with a Nazi division that has been implicated in the mass murder of innocent civilians.
Hunka was invited to Parliament by Trudeau’s henchman Anthony Rota, a Liberal MP. Rota introduced Hunka as a “war hero,” despite his dark history.
Jewish groups across the globe have denounced the decision to bring Hunka into the House of Commons, demanding an apology. One of the organizations is B’nai Brith Canada, which fights for the human rights of Jewish people.
This comes as some polls suggest Trudeau is lagging behind his rival Poilievre by almost 20 points. This new scandal is likely to sink Trudeau’s popularity even lower, as he faces harsh criticism from Canada’s Indian community.
Nazism is not far removed from the Liberal Party. Liberal MP Chrystia Freeland’s grandfather was a Nazi propagandist, as was reported by Toronto 99.
Freeland originally tried to hide this fact from the public, brushing off the allegations as “Russian disinformation.”
CORRECTION: B’nai Brith was misspelled in an earlier version of this article. The article has been updated with the proper spelling. Read more about our editorial standards.
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