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Back to woke school! Justin Trudeau cannot pronounce LGBTQ2+ leaving the liberal PM VERY embarrassed

Back to woke school! Liberal Canadian PM Justin Trudeau can’t seem to pronounce LGBTQ2+

  • The politically correct  Prime Minister fumbled over his words during a September 11 speech, unable to utter the all-inclusive acronym
  • ‘I will never apologize for standing up for LGDP…LGT…LBG..LGBTQ2+ kids’ rights,’ Trudeau stammers in the clip, red-faced and humiliated
  • The fallible figurehead finally spit out the phrase after being coached by a woman off-screen, and a great deal of fumbling
  • The incident comes after a grueling campaign that saw a new photo of the PM in blackface emerge on the eve of the election, where he was voted minority leader


World’s wokest leader Justin Trudeau had a very difficult time using the acronym ‘LGBTQ2+’ during a press conference. 

Trudeau, whose photos in blackface nearly derailed his reelection to a third term, has now found himself red-faced after a viral video showed him getting tongue-tied while attempting to convey that he was against LGBTQ+ youngsters being subjected to conversion therapy. 

‘I will never apologize for standing up for LGDP…LGT…LBT..LGBTQ2+ kids’ rights to not have to undergo conversion therapy,’ Trudeau flubs in the clip from a stump speech on September 11.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a very difficult time uttering the acronym ‘LGBTQ2+’ during a press conference September 11, during his push to get reelected 

'I will never apologize for standing up for LGDP…LGT…LBG..LGBTQ2+ kids' rights to not have to undergo conversion therapy,' Trudeau flubs in a now-viral clip

‘I will never apologize for standing up for LGDP…LGT…LBG..LGBTQ2+ kids’ rights to not have to undergo conversion therapy,’ Trudeau flubs in a now-viral clip

A woman’s voice is heard in the background trying to coach the politician through the verbal flub.

‘LGBTQ2+,’ she repeats, slowly – but her counsel fell on deaf ears, with Trudeau still stammering through his speech, visibly embarrassed. 

After a great deal of fumbling, the fallible figurehead finally spits out the phrase ‘LGBTQ2+.’ 

Trudeau was speaking about his commitment to LGBTQ ‘kids’ rights to not have to undergo conversion therapy,’ something he iterated – or at least tried to iterate – that he would ‘never apologize’ for. 

Social media users were swift to point out the blunder, and promptly poked fun at the politically correct politico.

‘How’s this not a scene from a sitcom,’ someone Tweeted.

‘That’s right baby…sound it out,’ another user joked.  

One particularly creative cutup quipped, with a bit of cheeky wordplay: ‘He was talking about the Lesbian Gross Domestic Product.’

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau celebrates his election victory Monday alongside wife Sophie, left, and their children Ella-Grace and Xavier in Montreal, Quebec

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau celebrates his election victory Monday alongside wife Sophie, left, and their children Ella-Grace and Xavier in Montreal, Quebec

The comments came as part of the prime minister’s reelection campaign at a press conference in Mississauga, Ontario.

The latest embarrassment comes after a grueling campaign that saw a new photo of the PM in blackface emerge on the eve of the election. 

Trudeau initially landed in hot water after photos emerged of him wearing blackface and a turban at an Arabian Nights-themed party in 2001. 

He apologized for the controversy when it first came to light in 2019 – but did not further address the incident after the new photo of his ensemble surfaced. 

The photo, released on Sunday by Canadian Proud, shows the liberal icon in a turban and robe, with his tongue sticking out and his faced covered with dark makeup.

One night before the Canadian Federal Election, a new photo emerged of the Canadian Prime Minister in blackface in 2001

One night before the Canadian Federal Election, a new photo emerged of the Canadian Prime Minister in blackface in 2001

In 2019, similar pictures from the same event emerged online, picturing the supposedly politically correct head of state in particularly offensive garb

In 2019, similar pictures from the same event emerged online, picturing the supposedly politically correct head of state in particularly offensive garb

However, he managed to secure a third term on Monday after narrowly skating by in Canada’s general election.

Trudeau had channeled the star power of his father, the Liberal icon and late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, when he first assumed political power in 2015, but a combination of high expectations, scandal and calling the election last month during the pandemic have seemed to have hurt his brand. 

The head of state’s victory has been described as ‘bittersweet,’ as his snap election gamble failed to yield an outright majority, leaving him a minority leader of his country.

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