Trudeau on pipeline protests: ‘Resolve this as quickly as possible’


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged all parties in the pipeline protests to 'resolve this as quickly as possible.'


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43 Comments on "Trudeau on pipeline protests: ‘Resolve this as quickly as possible’"

  1. This will either end quickly, or badly.

  2. The democratic right to do an Ebola Dance.

  3. Best part of his rambling is between 0:50 and 0:52 bout sums it up

  4. We pay for law enforcement. If we have to do there jobs then we should fire every cop and all the Chiefs of police

  5. The Liberals are loving this. It’s destroying the country’s economy and reputation…. exactly what they want.

  6. The poster boy for hypocrisy. tax Canadians for polluting but at the same time peddle pollution around the world. He calls it balance, we call it bullcrap. We are a country of the rule of walls not laws. Corrupt politicians make corrupt laws to get their way, not because it’s right or wrong,.

  7. More nice words from our do nothing PM!

  8. Don’t come back, you are a cancer on society


  10. Trudeau is dragging his feet again.

    He’s dithering. He’s a coward.

  11. Trudeau created the problem,any chance he’ll be assasinted in one of those African countries would be a big plus for Canada

    • Steven Foulger | February 12, 2020 at 2:06 PM | Reply

      leave that kind of rhetoric for the left.

    • @Steven Foulger but, would you shed a tear?

    • Steven Foulger | February 12, 2020 at 4:49 PM | Reply

      @Louis Meloche I wouldn’t rejoice in it. We should be above that.

    • @Steven Foulger I understand what you are saying, but enough is enough. You cannot really believe that this government has done even a fair job, it’s a disaster.

    • Steven Foulger | February 12, 2020 at 5:14 PM | Reply

      @Louis Meloche That’s a far cry from calling for an assassination. You have to understand that that kind of rhetoric only serves to damage Conservatives. It doesn’t help any. Like I said, leave that kind of rhetoric to the left and let them expose themselves. There’s no call for that on the right.

  12. You best shave Trudeau, you sure look like yer daddy and I’m not talking Pierre

  13. Shut this goof up

  14. what a useless response-a leader with a backbone would put an end to these protests-they have rights,but when others rights are impacted,or the economy suffers,it’s time to act

  15. Why does he keep saying Canada believes in the rule of law? Do other countries think we are a lawless nation? Also, if Canada is a country of laws then why are politicians never accountable when they break the law? It’s all just gibberish.

  16. tuksakat1 tuksakat1 | February 12, 2020 at 12:54 PM | Reply

    Incompetent prime minister.

  17. Nothing To See Here | February 12, 2020 at 1:26 PM | Reply

    Trudeau pleading for others to display the leadership skills that he lacks.

  18. Time to put on your big boy pants and have the law enforced , NO JUSTIN-IFCATION for any other action

  19. Justin Trudeau proved that he can grow a beard. Can he grow testicles too?

  20. He seems to forget he barely won and Canadians are fed up with him

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