Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna’s husband Scott Gilmore tweeted his opinions about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, calling him someone who does not “genuinely believe in any of the things he claims” to. Gilmore lists feminism, climate change, democratic reform, and Indigenous issues as areas where Trudeau says one thing and believes another. Gilmore, who works as an editor-at-large for Maclean’s, called the prime minister out after the Liberals added five years to end water advisories for First Nations communities. “Here’s the thing about this PM, he may be your guy, he may be better than other guys, he may even be a nice guy, but he doesn’t genuinely believe in any of the things he claims,” wrote Gilmore. “… He is an empty vessel. Caveat emptor.” Trudeau’s commitment to feminism was also called out on Wednesday by Conservative Deputy Leader Candice Burgeon, who listed the names of several women Trudeau had thrown under the bus, such as Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott.