Prime Minister Justin Trudeau once said: “Sexual harassment is a systemic problem and when women speak up, we have a responsibility to listen to them and to believe them.”
Up until a few days ago, Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada stood by their “believe in survivors” mantra.
They punished a number of Liberal MPs because of sexual misconduct allegations:
- Kent Hehr resigned from the Trudeau cabinet amid sexual harassment allegations
- Darshan Kang resigned from the Liberal caucus amid allegations of sexual harassment
- Hunter Tootoo resigned from Liberal caucus amid allegation of an inappropriate relationship
- Massimo Pacetti was kicked out of caucus over allegations of harassment
- Scott Andrews was kicked out of caucus over allegation of harassment
The left swooned.
The mainstream media sang their praises.
How times have changed.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is now facing groping allegations.
An editorial from August 2000 in the Creston Valley Advance resurfaced with allegations of a young Trudeau apologizing to a reporter for “inappropriately handling” her.
- At first, Trudeau said he “didn’t remember any negative interactions” at the Creston Music Festival
- Few days later, Trudeau suggested men and women remember things differently.
- Finally, Trudeau admitted that his accuser “may have felt uncomfortable” because of him
- He also suggested that there was no need for an investigation
- The accuser Rose Knight said, in a prepared media statement, the incident as had been previously reported, did happen
Shouldn’t Trudeau also be measured by the Liberals’ “I believe in survivors” standard?
Why isn’t the Prime Minister being punished?
Why aren’t the female Liberal MPs condemning this creep?
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