At LewRockwell.com, Paul Nuttall talks about how Justin Trudeau has thrown his party and political career into a needless tailspin. He writes (abridged):
Commander-in-Chief of Woke Justin Trudeau could be removed as prime minister when Canadians go to the polls on Monday. And there would be few tears from me for a man who has taken political correctness to a laughable new level.
The funny thing is, Trudeau has brought his potential downfall on himself. He called the snap election last month, when he did not have to do so. Canadians were not due to go to the polls until 2023, but he thought that he could catch his opponents off guard and ride to victory.
However, polls show that Trudeau is nowhere near gaining the support he needs for an overall majority, and it is becoming clear that his gamble has failed. Trudeau has thrown his own career and his party into a needless tailspin, and it looks as if he could pay the ultimate political price.
I must say that I have to laugh, because with the possible exception of New Zealand’s PM, Jacinda Ardern, Trudeau must be the wokest leader on the planet. Indeed, I actually think that he revels in his own wokeness and enjoys being provocative. […]
The removal of Trudeau could signal the beginning of the fightback against the woke agenda. It could be the moment when the silent majority, who have been browbeaten by the noisy minority, finally say that enough is enough.
Every political movement or idea has its time, and eventually its shelf-life runs out of date. Let’s all hope that a defeat for Trudeau could be the beginning of the end of woke and cancel culture, and we can get back to a society based on good old common sense and decency.