Trudeau said that no government should tell a woman what to do with her body, while at the same time he advocates vaccination.
During an interview with the CBC, Trudeau again insisted that Canada’s vaccination mandates were a “choice” and that “no one was ever going to make anyone do something they don’t want to do.” Canadian federal vaccination regulations made it so that government employees had to get vaccinated to keep their jobs, and made it so that the unvaccinated could not board a plane or train in Canada.
The prime minister has also given $5 billion in funding to provinces so they can implement vaccination passport systems that ban the unvaccinated from most restaurants, bars. In general, the unvaccinated had to be prepared to lose their jobs, be denied the opportunity to travel, be denied access to their local religious institutions, and be labeled by Trudeau, who called the unvaccinated sexists, racist extremists who do not believe in science.
Trudeau insisted to the CBC that it was their choice and no one was ever going to force anyone to do something they didn’t want to do.
Speaking of the court’s ruling on abortion, he said, “Today I think of those generations of women around the world, and especially in the United States, who fought so hard for rights and continue to fight today to get more and more rights, because there is still so much work ahead, and faced with this devastating setback. It shows how important it is to stand up for your rights and fight for them every day.”
These are the words of the same prime minister who invoked the never-before-enforced Emergency Law against peaceful demonstrators directly discriminated against by his policies.
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