Nonsensical Throne Speech – Trudeau Story Teller Job
Justin Trudeau Offers Wide Array of Promises With Few Specifics
The prime minister laid out an ambitious legislative agenda without saying much about what it will cost or how he will pay for it.
One thing became clear during the 54 minutes it took Governor General Julie Payette to read the throne speech this week: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is back to making lots of big promises, after pulling back on pledges during last year’s election.
“It was like: Wow, they are promising everything,” said Lori Turnbull, the director of the School of Public Administration and an associate professor of political science at Dalhousie University in Halifax. “It was almost like: When is she going to stop reading? But then afterward you think: OK, there are also some big questions that they didn’t answer.”
To galvanize the nation, Justin Trudeau tries the Winger Speech — glib, compelling, meaningless
Diversity is not just our strength,’ the PM seriously remarked. ‘It’s our competitive edge.’ That sounds pretty good, until you give it the bare minimum of critical thought
On the NBC sitcom Community, Jeff Winger, a disgraced lawyer, charming womanizer and reluctant community college student, is famous for his Winger Speeches — glib, eloquent monologues designed to win arguments and mend problems through the power of silver-tongued charisma. He relies on appeals to emotion, rhetorical gimmicks, clever-sounding turns of phrase (“the real bugs aren’t the ones in those beds” “the only ghosts are the emotional ghosts I call fear…”).
Trudeau Liberals to pay $96,000 to ‘storytellers’ to explain ‘what the government is doing and why’
The Trudeau Liberals have posted a job application for a “Storyteller and Team Lead”—a position that can pay up to a very handsome $96,461.
The Privy Council Office’s job posting says that they are seeking “individuals who can think through the complexities and nuances of any given topic in order to write non-partisan, high quality communications products and messages that tell a story about what the government is doing,” a remote job that requires “talented writers” who can “draft high-quality communications products and messages that tell a story about what the government is doing and why.”
Donald Trump Tosses MAGA Coronavirus Masks to Rally Crowd in Florida
President Donald Trump on Monday took the stage at a campaign rally in Sanford, Florida, tossing out packaged campaign-branded masks to the crowd.
“It’s great to be back,” Trump told his audience, noting this is his first in-person campaign event since testing positive for the Wuhan coronavirus on October 1.
“It’s great to be back in my home state Florida to make my official return to the campaign trail,” Trump said. “I am so energized by your prayers and humbled by your support. We’ve had such incredible support and here we are!”
Justin Trudeau Informs Church Minister Religious Christians Are “Worst Part Of Society”
According to a clause introduced by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pro-life Christians are barred from federal funding unless they support a woman’s right to an abortion.
“I have met Justin Trudeau three times,” said Pastor Steve Long, a Canadian Baptist minister. “Sadly my last meeting with him in his office was very disappointing. He told me that evangelical Christians were the worst part of Canadian society.”
Trudeau’s enmity toward Christians is not solely against evangelicals. Canada under Trudeau has also become a very unwelcome place for Christians who flee from persecution in the Middle East.
Over 30,000 Syrian refugees were brought to Canada in an expedited manner and found themselves immediately taken care of by the Trudeau government. In the meantime, mass murder to the point of genocide of Christians has occurred within a number of Islamic nations. Trudeau has not breathed a word about the situation. Government assistance for the victims has been casual and minimal.