As we recently saw, Justin Trudeau decided to weigh in on comments by a University of Ottawa professor, and accuse him of Quebec bashing: “Yet, when a professor at the University of Ottawa, Amir Attaran, said “The nation of Quebec is led by a white supremacist government,” Trudeau jumped in to denounce him: “Enough of the Quebec bashing,” said Trudeau. Of course, when Attaran has ripped other provinces, including Alberta, Trudeau was silent. When Attaran said “Royal Canadian Mounted Pigs,” Trudeau was silent. If Trudeau thinks what Attaran said is ‘Quebec bashing,’ then Trudeau has been ‘Canada bashing’ this entire time.” A huge part of Justin Trudeau’s political shtick is how he loves to apologize for everything Canada did, but rarely takes responsibility for his own actions. He’s thrown Canada under the proverbial bus time and time again, regularly saying Canada is racist, saying the country is nothing but a ‘colonial’ legacy, and casting Canadian history in the most negative terms, rather than a more balanced approach of acknowledging both the good and the bad. And, when people call him out on it, he often insinuates that they are prejudiced or racist.