Watters and Gutfeld pile on Justin Trudeau, stop short of ‘douchebag’ label : ‘He looks like he wet his pants’

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(Video: Fox News)

With some bawdy terminology, the Fox News co-hosts on “The View” blasted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for trying to demonize and diminish the freedom convoy that has descended on Ottawa to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

Speaking from an undisclosed location, the leader of Canada’s Liberal Party and BLM fanboy seemingly accused the truckers, without evidence, of “hateful rhetoric” and “violence,” among other things, and said that he was steering clear, as it were, of them, upon their arrival in the capital city.

On social media, he similarly implied that the peaceful protesters were bigots.

Punctuating the discussion, Jeanine Pirro, who was leading the segment on the Tuesday edition of the show, deemed the far-left Trudeau a “wuss” for going into hiding after testing positive for Omicron.

She also suggested that a similar massive protest by transportation workers could emerge here in the U.S.

Reacting to a soundbite from the Trudeau speech, Jesse Watters quipped in the video embedded above that “He looks like he wet his pants.”

“I have not seen any barbarians with tiki torches and pitchforks,” he added, which may be a callback to the hoax that occurred during the Virginia gubernatorial election campaign.

“These seem like reasonable people that just want to work,” Watters noted in reference to the truck drivers who have joined the convoy by the thousands.

“These people, they are our number-one trading partner, bigger than Mexico, bigger than China. If we have a problem with that supply chain where there’s ships idling off the coast, imagine we can’t get goods and services back and forth from the northern border. We’re not gonna be able to buy anything.”

Watters then offered some advice to Trudeau: “All you need to do as a politician…you just have to listen to people. How hard is that? You listen. You can even fake listen…Then, you do basically do what they want…in the same range as what they want.”

When co-host Pirro wondered if Trudeau went too far in disparaging the truck drivers, colleague Greg Gutfeld chimed in that “Canada should be ashamed of this…I almost said douchebag. But I’m not.”

“He’s a callow leader,” Gutfeld continued. “This is a guy who backed a fraudulent BLM from his safe little perch, and then he sells out; well, he did that to help alleviate his own blackface scandal. That’s why he did it. Then he sells out his own citizens. He’s not a PM, he’s a BM.”

Watters then had to explain to panelist Geraldo Rivera what BM stood for, although Rivera may have been just playing along.

“These are not activists; these are not college kids or social justice warriors. On the spectrum of social activism, they’re the least likely agents of change, which is why you should take them seriously. And I know that the media and left want to insinuate violence and insurrection-y kind of rhetoric, and they’re hoping for it,” Gutfeld continued.

“And they might get it. they’re might be a freak who does something wrong, but that’s what they really want. It’s weird how everything switched. ‘Workers of the world unite,’ and there are no leftists there to applaud it.”

Rivera brought up the Nazi and Confederate flags spotted at the protest, but skeptics claim they are literally false flag operations by those who want to make the protesters look bad. Pirro deemed the flag allegations “nonsense,” and even Dana Perino wasn’t buying it.

The Ottawa Police have set up a hate-crime hotline but, according to Reuters, the “truckers have remained largely peaceful and have resulted in no riots, injuries or deaths.” Reportedly, just two arrests have occurred so far.

In the meantime, Candice Bergen (not the actress), the deputy leader of the opposition Conservative Party, forcefully called out Trudeau for hypocrisy:

“I do get very defensive of Canadians who are outside today. Patriotic, peace-loving Canadians who are called misogynist and racist by the prime minister. So again, I will ask the prime minister, who may I remind this House, wore blackface on more times than he can remember: Apologize to the peace loving, patriotic Canadians who are outside right now, just asking to be heard.”

On Monday, the Liberals also reportedly rejected a motion in parliament condemning the use of blackface:


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