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. Barfly Member
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):
    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?

    What, in Havana?

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  2. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    Barfly (View Comment):

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):
    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?

    What, in Havana?

    No in Montreal

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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:

    Al Jolson Day too? 

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  4. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    DaveSchmidt (View Comment):
    Al Jolson Day too? 

    Wasn’t there Amos and Andy?

    Back in the day, I thought all this Cosplay was Trudeau maximizing his future income from Mattel. When they start selling the politician series of action figures – his doll would have the largest selection of costumes, and he’d get the most royalties.

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  5. The Great Adventure Coolidge
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    Just to provide you with some nostalgia, @occupantcdn, here’s a Throwback Thursday photo for you.  Daddy Trudeau is in my hometown of Cranbrook, BC during the BC Centennial commemorations in 1971.  Towards the right of the pic you can see a blonde wearing a sash that  says CRANBROOK.  The dark haired  lady next to her is my mom.

     

     

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

    Just to provide you with some nostalgia, @ occupantcdn, here’s a Throwback Thursday photo for you. Daddy Trudeau is in my hometown of Cranbrook, BC during the BC Centennial commemorations in 1971. Towards the right of the pic you can see a blonde wearing a sash that says CRANBROOK. The dark haired lady next to her is my mom.

     

     

    I was in Cranbrook for about 10 minutes one time.

    My sister’s truck was seized by the RCMP in Kimberly, So I drove my dad out to Cranbrook so that they could pick it up and he’d drive it back to Calgary. She was living in Vancouver at the time, and couldn’t afford to drive the truck out there – what with the gas prices in the lower mainland. So I drove out there and met her at the walmart parking lot…

    Its kinda funny, I didnt know what car she was driving – and just managed to pull in right beside her, without knowing.

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