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Trudeau: "BDS movement has 'no place' on university campuses"; ANOTHER Bozo eruption...

So Trudeau can add another notch in his "not ready to govern" belt. 

His Tweet "The BDS movement, like Israeli Apartheid Week, has no place on university campuses. As a McGill alumni, I'm disappointed."  has gone viral for its stupidity and hyprocrisy.

OF COURSE free thought and debate are appropriate on university campuses.  If non-violent, varied discourse isn't appropriate on university campuses - where is it to happen?

This from a man who just used a university to express HIS opinions, and from a leader who is trying to convince Canadians he is in favour of religious expression (I guess just not political expression).

Of course the latter is patently an attempt to deflect from his cowardly surrender on C-51.

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Trudeau: "BDS movement has 'no place' on university campuses"; ANOTHER Bozo eruption...

So Trudeau can add another notch in his "not ready to govern" belt.  His Tweet "The BDS movement, like Israeli Apartheid Week, has no place on university campuses. As a McGill alumni, I'm disappointed."  has gone viral for its stupidity and hyprocrisy.

OF COURSE free thought and debate are appropriate on university campuses.  If non-violent, varied discourse isn't appropriate on university campuses - where is it to happen?

This from a man who just used a university to express HIS opinions, and from a leader who is trying to convince Canadians he is in favour of religious expression (I guess just not political expression).

Of course the latter is patently an attempt to deflect from his cowardly surrender on C-51.

Forum topic

Trudeau: "BDS movement has 'no place' on university campuses"; ANOTHER Bozo eruption...

So Trudeau can add another notch in his "not ready to govern" belt.  His Tweet "The BDS movement, like Israeli Apartheid Week, has no place on university campuses. As a McGill alumni, I'm disappointed."  has gone viral for its stupidity and hyprocrisy.

OF COURSE free thought and debate are appropriate on university campuses.  If non-violent, varied discourse isn't aren't appropriate on university campuses - where is it to happen?

This from a man who just used a university to express HIS opinions, and from a leader who is trying to convince Canadians he is in favour of religious expression (I guess just not political expression).

Of course the latter is patently an attempt to deflect from his cowardly surrender on C-51.

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