Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Cries During Apology To The 'LGBTQ2 Community'

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Nov. 30, 2017

This is the gayest thing I've ever seen.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau started crying on Tuesday while issuing "a lengthy, formal apology to gay Canadians who'd been fired from their jobs and the military during the Cold War," Fortune reports.

Here's a partial transcript:
Mr. Speaker, the number one job of any government is to keep its citizens safe. And on this, we have failed LGBTQ2 people, time and time again.

It is with shame and sorrow and deep regret for the things we have done that I stand here today and say: We were wrong. We apologize. I am sorry. We are sorry.

For state-sponsored, systemic oppression and rejection, we are sorry.

For suppressing two-spirit Indigenous values and beliefs, we are sorry.
For abusing the power of the law, and making criminals of citizens, we are sorry…

To all the LGBTQ2 people across this country who we have harmed in countless ways, we are sorry.

To those who were left broken by a prejudiced system;

And to those who took their own lives—we failed you.

For stripping you of your dignity;

For robbing you of your potential;

For treating you like you were dangerous, indecent, and flawed;

We are sorry.

To the victims of the purge, who were surveilled, interrogated, and abused;

Who were forced to turn on their friends and colleagues;

Who lost wages, lost health, and lost loved ones;

We betrayed you. And we are so sorry.
How about an apology to the straight community for turning the once great nation of Canada into a global embarrassment?

While he's busy shedding tears over these people losing their jobs decades ago, he's totally fine with conservative Canadians losing their jobs for holding traditional values that clash with the last 20 or so years of regressive "progressive" lunacy.

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