Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is having a hard time campaigning for the snap election he called earlier this year.

To be honest, I really don’t know how he’s made it as Prime Minister this long. The guy is one of the worst leaders in the world, and that’s really saying a lot.

I used to think to myself that it might be fun to live in Canada one day, but not anymore. They have been one of the largest violators of religious liberty in the entire world during this whole pandemic.

Just the mere gathering of God’s people inside a private residence has been enough to send in police to literally arrest people.

According to reports by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the latest campaign stop made by PM Trudeau this week was disrupted when he was pelted with rocks.

The incident took place in London, Ontario, a jurisdiction where Trudeau used to enjoy strong support. The incumbent Liberal PM was boarding his campaign bus when he was hit by tiny rocks thrown by protesters; thankfully, no one was injured.

This was the latest in a string of campaign mishaps suffered by Trudeau, a leader whose mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic has caused him to lose favor among many Canadian voters; in previous campaign stops, protesters have succeeded in drowning him out with slogans and chants.

Trudeau’s plan to enact vaccine mandates, implement a COVID-19 passport, and restrict travel between provinces, is being decried by conservative Canadians who have been pressing for a no-confidence vote in order to throw him out.

The plan to secure a political majority in the House of Commons may backfire for the embattled PM; some analysts believe that the Conservative Party could secure a legislative lead, thus derailing Trudeau’s plans to extend his Liberal Party agenda.


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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