Trudeau’s top advisor: Those who laughed at ‘peoplekind’ comment are Nazis

Trudeau’s top advisor: Those who laughed at ‘peoplekind’ comment are Nazis. By Jonathon van Maren.

Justin Trudeau has now come out — very briefly — to say that his interruption of a young woman during a town hall meeting to correct her use of the word “mankind” to “peoplekind” was a bad joke, attempting to interrupt the global gale of mocking laughter he managed to incur. …

If he was joking—something most people still very much doubt—the point stands, as many have already highlighted, that everyone believed Justin would definitely say something like that. …

Most people in Trudeauland are ducking their heads and hoping that the whole thing will blow over. … Mansplaining “peoplekind” to a young woman … seems to have accomplished the opposite effect. And that has obviously gotten a few of Trudeau’s people, including his old college buddy and now jack-of-all-trades advisor Gerald Butts (known as the “shadow prime minister” in some political circles) quite bent out of shape.

Butts likes to spend a lot of time on Twitter trashing anyone who disagrees with his boss .. He tweeted out this: “The lesson to take from this joke being torqued by Infowars and other alt-right nazi friends of the Rebel is they’re paying attention. Game on, #TeamTrudeau.” …

Hilariously, it was Piers Morgan who decided he’d had enough of Butts attempting to call journalists who laughed at Trudeau Nazis:

He ended by referring to Butts as “’one sandwich short of a full picnic.’ Incredible that someone so close to your Prime Minister is able to spout such dangerously inflammatory nonsense on his behalf.”

Nice to see such an obvious excess of PC getting a good bollocking. Maybe the glory days of PC are over.

hat-tip Stephen Neil