Claims people who make fun of Canadian Prime Minister are “nazis”
Paul Joseph Watson
February 8, 2018
The chief adviser for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was triggered by an Infowars video which made fun of Trudeau for his “peoplekind” comment, with the official labeling critics of Trudeau “Alt-Right” nazis.
The video, which was posted last night and can be viewed below, lampoons Trudeau for his now infamous remark in which he told an audience that they shouldn’t use the word “mankind” because it isn’t inclusive enough and that “peoplekind” should be used instead.
The video also highlights Trudeau’s other gaffes, including when the self-proclaimed male feminist elbowed a woman in the chest. It also questions why Trudeau is so eager to express his love for Muslims while his own government arms Saudi Arabia to the teeth, a country that is mercilessly bombing Muslims, including children, in Yemen.
Gerald Butts, a senior political adviser to Trudeau and also the Prime Minister’s Principal Secretary, reacted to the video by having something of an online temper tantrum which he tried to disguise as a defiant rebuttal.
“The lesson to take from this joke being torqued by Infowars and other alt-right nazi friends of the Rebel is they’re paying attention. Game on, #TeamTrudeau,” tweeted Butts in response to another user sending him a link to the video.
— Gerald Butts 🇨🇦 (@gmbutts) February 8, 2018
Journalist Piers Morgan, who wrote a column about Trudeau’s bizarre comment, shot back at Butts.
a) I’m not a Nazi.
b) It wasn’t a joke.
c) If you’re one of @JustinTrudeau’s chief advisors, no wonder he’s making so many gaffes.