Angry Canadians Scream at ‘Woke’ Justin Trudeau during Campaign Visit: WATCH
Canadian leader faces angry crowd
Canada's liberal leader Justin Trudeau was met by angry Canadians during his campaign event in British Columbia.
Prime Minister Trudeau was in White Rock BC today to discuss home affordability. When the locals in the neighbourhood caught wind of what was supposed to be a quiet and curated event, they spoke their mind and they chased him out. Report coming soon at https://t.co/lNQwZSxLIT pic.twitter.com/J6Nc9b8XJp— BREVNER (@MattBrevner) August 25, 2021
Meanwhile, mainstream media claimed a protester shouted anti-Semitic remarks at Trudeau.
Correspondent for Global News covering the Trudeau campaign, Abigail Bimman, shared a video claiming one protester made a comment saying “just like the dirty Jews” as the prime minister walked to his vehicle.
But the words were not heard in the video despite her claims.
“Let me be clear: I heard it with my own ears."
"I wasn’t recording at the time."
"The video above was taken a few minutes later,” Bimman wrote in a follow-up tweet.
Trudeau marched by police all the way down street away from announcement site and around the corner before getting in a vehicle as he was surrounded and screamed at by protesters the whole time. Among profanity, one yelled “just like the dirty Jews.” pic.twitter.com/TsTScrX0NM— Abigail Bimman (@AbigailBimman) August 25, 2021
Rebel News' reporter Matt Brevner was also at the event and said he did not hear or capture any such comment upon reviewing the footage.
EXCLUSIVE: Justin Trudeau marched out of neigbourhood in Surrey BC today by large crowd. Never before such contempt for a PM displayed.— Rowan (@canmericanized) August 25, 2021
Also Global’s @AbigailBimman proven to be a zero credibility LIAR alleging anti Semitic slur. None in footage (1/2)#TrudeauMustGoNow pic.twitter.com/vrTXj2RZ3c
“Folks were definitely upset,” Brevner said.
“But I didn't hear any racist comments, let alone anything anti-Semitic.”
Brevner was denied access to the event.
But the word the event quickly spread, and around 100 angry Canadians showed up.
Trudeau faced jeers and heckling from protesters as he toured the country, including British Columbia, where a group of Aboriginal protesters blocked the campaign bus.
Meanwhile, another Global News journalist, David Akin, defended Trudeau claiming the bus was never blocked, but his claims were later disproven.