Society Should Force Avowed Feminist Male Leaders To Own Up To Their Biological Genders

canadafreepress.com | 7/8/2018 | Judi McLeod
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Self identifying feminists like Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who allegedly groped a female reporter before telling her the day after in what CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) called ”an apology of sorts” when he said: “If I had known you were reporting for a national paper I never would have been so forward”, is escaping the wrath of the progressive #MeToo Movement.

Proof positive that it is mostly female politicians and Entertainment Industry celebrities that are worthy of #MeToo defence, while school girls and run-of-the-mill female citizens can fend for themselves?

Truth - I'll-Keep-Saying-I'm-A-Feminist-Until-There's-No-Reaction

The truth is that the “I’ll-Keep-Saying-I’m-A-Feminist-Until-There’s-No-Reaction”

Trudeau has been ducking reality ever since his election as Canadian prime minister. Ignoring the plumbing of his own biological gender and pretending that it is something else is, in fact, ducking reality.

Today - Trudeau - Feminist - Back - Kokanee

Today the definitely born-as-a-male Trudeau gets away with self-identifying or posing as a “feminist”. Back in 2000, he was (at least at the Kokanee Summit in Creston, B.C. where he allegedly groped a woman named Rose Knight), at age 28 before making politics his career, he may have been just another wretched letch.

Notice how CBC wrote in the story of his apology that the event where the alleged groping took place “was raising money for the Avalanche Foundation, a charity Trudeau became involved with after his brother, Michel, died in an avalanche in 1998” ?

Groping - Story

As if that was relevant in the alleged groping story.

Notice how some media outlets have already morphed the original story into the media “hijacking” the privacy of the female reporter and her family by digging the dead-and-buried story back up again?

Editorial - Creston - Valley - Advance - Day

“The editorial in the Creston Valley Advance suggested that the day after the incident, Trudeau offered an apology of sorts: “I’m sorry,” he is quoted as saying. “If I had known you were reporting for a national paper I never...
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