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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.Published in