"...Tell me liesJustin Trudeau is not stupid. Justin Trudeau is not ignorant.
Tell me sweet little lies
(Tell me lies, tell me, tell me lies)
Oh, no, no you can't disguise
(You can't disguise, no you can't disguise)
Tell me lies
Tell me sweet little lies..." (Fleetwood Mac 1987)
So why did he tell the CBC this morning, that women have a charter right to abortion?
"A Woman's right to choose is a charter right."This isn't true.
Is it because he is doing the populace thing and telling (some) people what he thinks they want to hear? Is he doing it to get votes? Why is he courting the radical feminists?
He's not saying this for the "pro-choice" crowd--those who don't support unlimited abortion for any reason at any time.
It's the pro-abortions this would appeal to, a very small minority of (mostly) women who are extreme abortion advocates who believe late term abortion is okay; who believe sex-selection abortion is okay; who believe any abortion is always okay. The ones who worship at the altar of abortion.
I can't think of any other reasons he'd say this.
The Charter doesn't give women the right to abortion. You know this.
It does your credibility no good when you make up stuff about the Charter. It puts you in the same category as the pro-abortions who do this all the time. Is this really who you want to be identified with?
I strongly suggest you rethink your strategy. I don't think this is the company you want to keep.