Bohemian Trudeau

 

Justin Trudeau can’t help himself. He’s just an idiot boy, from an idiot family, afraid nobody loves him … spare him from his latest monstrosity.

While on an official visit to London to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, he took a few moments to stand at the lobby piano of the Savoy Hotel to sing “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen.

Even the CBC was obligated to report it.

A video of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau singing Bohemian Rhapsody just days before Queen Elizabeth’s funeral kicked off a debate on social media, with some criticizing Trudeau for a lack of decorum.

In a video circulating on social media, Trudeau is seen standing over a piano singing “easy come, easy go, little high little low. Any way the wind blows,” from the hit song by U.K. rock band Queen.

The serenading occurred on Saturday night in the lobby of a hotel, according to a statement from Trudeau’s office.

The above report contains a 15-second clip of the official serenade, enough to get the flavor of the moment, but not so much as to offend the musical senses of the listener.

The Toronto-centric Liberal elite will tolerate corruption, incompetence, and fools. The world-crass city, however, will not tolerate — ever — being embarrassed in front of an international audience. Trudeau is doing his level best to alienate even his most ardent supporters.

I see a little silhouette of a man… it’s well past time we let him go.

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  1. Columbo Member
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  2. Percival Thatcher
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    Now the elites are embarrassed? Now?

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  3. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    Percival (View Comment):

    Now the elites are embarrassed? Now?

    Yes. They dont care about domestic reviews, I think Toronto has the self awareness to realize the rest of the country kinda hates them. Toronto advertises itself as a world class city on par with NYC … Not really realizing that world class cities dont advertise themselves as such. (which why I pun Toronto as the World Crass City)

    There was also the Bollywood Trudeau:

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  4. Percival Thatcher
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):

    Now the elites are embarrassed? Now?

    Yes. They dont care about domestic reviews, I think Toronto has the self awareness to realize the rest of the country kinda hates them. Toronto advertises itself as a world class city on par with NYC … Not really realizing that world class cities dont advertise themselves as such. (which why I pun Toronto as the World Crass City)

    There was also the Bollywood Trudeau:

    Justin is the gift that keeps on giving.

    And in honor of Talk-Like-A-Pirate Day:

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  5. TBA Coolidge
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    What was the problem with Trump again? I keep forgetting. 

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  6. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    https://www.rebelnews.com/justin_trudeau_sparks_controversy_queen_bohemian_rhapsody

    Confirmed true … The Trudeau Clown Show.

    “After dinner on Saturday, (the) Prime Minister joined a small gathering with members of the Canadian delegation, who have come together to pay tribute to the life and service of Her Majesty,” a Trudeau spokesperson said. 

    “Gregory Charles, a renowned musician from Quebec and Order of Canada recipient, played piano in the hotel lobby which resulted in some members of the delegation including the prime minister joining.”

    Trudeau’s crassness has sparked debate over the appropriateness of his actions, with political commentator Meghan McCain blasting Trudeau on Twitter, writing, “Have some respect for the occasion and why you are in London for the first place. Trudeau is such a clown show.”

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  7. Doctor Robert Member
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    One suspects alcohol was involved.  If we accept this, it all fits.

    Elizabeth was the queen of Great Britain. 

    Great Britain includes Northern Ireland.

    Irish people often tipple a bit in memory of the deceased.

    Justine is the leader of a Commonwealth nation and thus was subject to Elizabeth whose other subjects included 2 million Irish people.

    In the fashion of those 2 million Irish people, it would have been apt for Justine to tipple a bit in Elizabeth’s memory.

    So the sighting of Justine singing music by “Queen”  at the piano is understandable.

    One shudders to think of what Justine would have sung had Charles shuffled off this mortal coil before his Mum did.

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  8. Flicker Coolidge
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    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    One suspects alcohol was involved. If we accept this, it all fits.

    Elizabeth was the queen of Great Britain.

    Great Britain includes Northern Ireland.

    Irish people often tipple a bit in memory of the deceased.

    Justine is the leader of a Commonwealth nation and thus was subject to Elizabeth whose other subjects included 2 million Irish people.

    In the fashion of those 2 million Irish people, it would have been apt for Justine to tipple a bit in Elizabeth’s memory.

    So the sighting of Justine singing music by “Queen” at the piano is understandable.

    One shudders to think of what Justine would have sung had Charles shuffled off this mortal coil before his Mum did.

    He always carries face paint, though.  One never knows when a suitable memorial service will be necessary.

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  9. Barfly Member
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    Man, I am so glad Fidel wasn’t alive to see this. Not because he’d have been ashamed of his son, I just like that he’s dead.

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  10. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    One suspects alcohol was involved. If we accept this, it all fits.

    Elizabeth was the queen of Great Britain.

    Great Britain includes Northern Ireland.

    Irish people often tipple a bit in memory of the deceased.

    Justine is the leader of a Commonwealth nation and thus was subject to Elizabeth whose other subjects included 2 million Irish people.

    In the fashion of those 2 million Irish people, it would have been apt for Justine to tipple a bit in Elizabeth’s memory.

    So the sighting of Justine singing music by “Queen” at the piano is understandable.

    One shudders to think of what Justine would have sung had Charles shuffled off this mortal coil before his Mum did.

    Its not the song selection or band that is causing the outrage.

    Justine Trudeau was on an official trip to attend a funeral. It should have been a sombre occasion. (at least in public) Not to forget – this piano was in a public space. He offended the British people with his brash public display – and embarrassed the Canadian people by not being able to comport himself in a dignified, respectful manner.

    Keep in mind, this adventure is at public expense, if he wishes to travel overseas to humiliate himself, he can pay for it himself. At least the shame he brings would not be visited on the entire nation.

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  11. Percival Thatcher
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):
    Justine Trudeau was on an official trip to attend a funeral. It should have been a sombre occasion. (at least in public) Not to forget – this piano was in a public space. He offended the British people with his brash public display – and embarrassed the Canadian people by not being able to comport himself in a dignified, respectful manner.

    Plus he was a little flat.

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  12. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
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    Elect a frat boy, get frat boy government.

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  13. TBA Coolidge
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    One suspects alcohol was involved. If we accept this, it all fits.

    Elizabeth was the queen of Great Britain.

    Great Britain includes Northern Ireland.

    Irish people often tipple a bit in memory of the deceased.

    Justine is the leader of a Commonwealth nation and thus was subject to Elizabeth whose other subjects included 2 million Irish people.

    In the fashion of those 2 million Irish people, it would have been apt for Justine to tipple a bit in Elizabeth’s memory.

    So the sighting of Justine singing music by “Queen” at the piano is understandable.

    One shudders to think of what Justine would have sung had Charles shuffled off this mortal coil before his Mum did.

    He always carries face paint, though. One never knows when a suitable memorial service will be necessary.

    I thought his rendition of Meet Virginia was spot on though. 

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  14. Doctor Robert Member
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    TBA (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    One suspects alcohol was involved. If we accept this, it all fits.

    Elizabeth was the queen of Great Britain.

    Great Britain includes Northern Ireland.

    Irish people often tipple a bit in memory of the deceased.

    Justine is the leader of a Commonwealth nation and thus was subject to Elizabeth whose other subjects included 2 million Irish people.

    In the fashion of those 2 million Irish people, it would have been apt for Justine to tipple a bit in Elizabeth’s memory.

    So the sighting of Justine singing music by “Queen” at the piano is understandable.

    One shudders to think of what Justine would have sung had Charles shuffled off this mortal coil before his Mum did.

    He always carries face paint, though. One never knows when a suitable memorial service will be necessary.

    I thought his rendition of Meet Virginia was spot on though.

    Actually, I was dreading Justine singing anything by Prince.  “Prince”–get it?

    As they say, if you’re explaining a joke, you’ve lost the audience.

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  15. Victor Tango Kilo Member
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  16. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    TBA (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    One suspects alcohol was involved. If we accept this, it all fits.

    Elizabeth was the queen of Great Britain.

    Great Britain includes Northern Ireland.

    Irish people often tipple a bit in memory of the deceased.

    Justine is the leader of a Commonwealth nation and thus was subject to Elizabeth whose other subjects included 2 million Irish people.

    In the fashion of those 2 million Irish people, it would have been apt for Justine to tipple a bit in Elizabeth’s memory.

    So the sighting of Justine singing music by “Queen” at the piano is understandable.

    One shudders to think of what Justine would have sung had Charles shuffled off this mortal coil before his Mum did.

    He always carries face paint, though. One never knows when a suitable memorial service will be necessary.

    I thought his rendition of Meet Virginia was spot on though.

    Actually, I was dreading Justine singing anything by Prince. “Prince”–get it?

    As they say, if you’re explaining a joke, you’ve lost the audience.

    Yea, sorry. I completely missed your sarcasm.

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  17. Bishop Wash Member
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    He actually brought the Joe Biden meme to life? The one with multiple version of a picture of Joe signing something with text of

    Dear Queen,

    Sorry to hear about your death. I really enjoyed Bohemian Rhapsody.

    Joe

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  18. Michael Brehm Coolidge
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    The only times that I was ever thankful that Barak Obama was our president were the times when I compared him to Justin Trudeau.

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  19. Bishop Wash Member
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    Michael Brehm (View Comment):

    The only times that I was ever thankful that Barak Obama was our president were the times when I compared him to Justin Trudeau.

    To whom did the Queen bequeath her iPod with Barry’s speeches?

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  20. Michael Brehm Coolidge
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    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Michael Brehm (View Comment):

    The only times that I was ever thankful that Barak Obama was our president were the times when I compared him to Justin Trudeau.

    To whom did the Queen bequeath her iPod with Barry’s speeches?

    There’s bound to be a junk-drawer somewhere in Buckingham Palace. That’s the first place I’d look.

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  21. TBA Coolidge
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    Michael Brehm (View Comment):

    The only times that I was ever thankful that Barak Obama was our president were the times when I compared him to Justin Trudeau.

    If Obama had a son he would have looked like him. 

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  22. Percival Thatcher
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    Michael Brehm (View Comment):

    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Michael Brehm (View Comment):

    The only times that I was ever thankful that Barak Obama was our president were the times when I compared him to Justin Trudeau.

    To whom did the Queen bequeath her iPod with Barry’s speeches?

    There’s bound to be a junk-drawer somewhere in Buckingham Palace. That’s the first place I’d look.

    There ia wisdom there.

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  23. Flicker Coolidge
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    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    He actually brought the Joe Biden meme to life? The one with multiple version of a picture of Joe signing something with text of

    Dear Queen,

    Sorry to hear about your death. I really enjoyed Bohemian Rhapsody.

    Joe

    I never realized that, but it’s absolutely true.

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  24. Quietpi Member
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    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Michael Brehm (View Comment):

    The only times that I was ever thankful that Barak Obama was our president were the times when I compared him to Justin Trudeau.

    To whom did the Queen bequeath her iPod with Barry’s speeches?

    To the Thames, I trust.

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  25. Bishop Wash Member
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    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    He actually brought the Joe Biden meme to life? The one with multiple version of a picture of Joe signing something with text of

    Dear Queen,

    Sorry to hear about your death. I really enjoyed Bohemian Rhapsody.

    Joe

    Now that I’m home, it’s easier to find images.

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  26. The Scarecrow Thatcher
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    Barfly (View Comment):

    Man, I am so glad Fidel wasn’t alive to see this. Not because he’d have been ashamed of his son, I just like that he’s dead.

    Ricochet comment of the month.

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  27. The Great Adventure Coolidge
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

     

     

    Justine Trudeau was on an official trip to attend a funeral. It should have been a sombre occasion. (at least in public) Not to forget – this piano was in a public space. He offended the British people with his brash public display – and embarrassed the Canadian people by not being able to comport himself in a dignified, respectful manner.

     

    Comport or compost?  I think either would be appropriate.

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  28. GlennAmurgis Coolidge
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    I recommend voting against all political dynasties – Bushes, Clintons, Cuomos…. when has it ever worked (even J Q Adams was a better congressman than a president) 

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  29. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    GlennAmurgis (View Comment):

    I recommend voting against all political dynasties – Bushes, Clintons, Cuomos…. when has it ever worked (even J Q Adams was a better congressman than a president)

    The weird thing about J Q Adams, and something that could not be replicated today. Is that he was elected to congress after being President.

    The only person I could imagine doing that today is Hillary Clinton..

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  30. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    All of Trudeau’s troubles stem from his own poor decisions. He never considers how is very impulsive actions could be received by others. His numerous occasions of wearing black face. He declares a holiday “Truth and Reconciliation Day” then goes surfing. 

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/sep/20/justin-trudeau-team-defend-bohemian-rhapsody-rendition-queen-funeral

    Charles later told the Globe and Mail newspaper that the evening reminded him of Caribbean funerals, which blend sombre moments with levity and celebration.

    “Everyone sang with me for two hours,” he said. “That was the feeling, that was a lot of fun.”

    At home, the prime minister was sharply criticised by some political commentators for a breach of decorum.

    “Embarrassing doesn’t even begin to describe it. Yes, people sometimes need to let off steam. No, there’s no evidence he was drunk,” Andrew Coyne, a columnist with the Globe and Mail, wrote on Twitter. “But come on – he’s the Prime Minister, in a public place, on the eve of the Queen’s funeral. And this is how he behaves?”

    Its fine for Trudeau to go out to a pub, have a few drinks and sing at a piano, but not while on a tax-payer funded trip on the eve of a state funeral. In these moments he’s representing all Canadians. 

    How would Trudeau had felt – if on the eve of his father’s funeral, a foreign delegation to his father’s funeral had been out drinking and singing?

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