Trudeau is touted as being the first world leader to visit the competition series founded by RuPaul.
During the episode, the prime minister shared his thoughts on Canada’s efforts to embrace diversity, noting there is a lot more work to do toward building allyship in Canada.
After his remarks, the queens were touched by his words.
Competitor Stephanie Prince was teary-eyed, saying Trudeau’s work on immigration made it easier for the performer to migrate to Canada for a better life.
The pre-taped Crave series aired on the same day Trudeau testified before the public inquiry examining his government’s decision to invoke the Emergencies Act to help clear last winter’s “Freedom Convoy” protest blockades.
Host Brooke Lynn Hytes thanked Trudeau for supporting the LGBTQ community and marching in the Pride parade.
“Can we move beyond ‘tolerate’ and start embracing, and loving, and accepting, and learning from and being challenged by? That’s how you build a resilient society,” Trudeau responded. “That’s what we’re trying to do in Canada, and we have a lot of work still to do.”
Trudeau’s appearance was brief, matching the vibrant energy of the spinoff, in which international drag queens compete in challenges and lip-sync battles until a winner is crowned.
“Hate to see you leave, love to watch you walk away, baby,” shouted Icesis Couture as the group watched Trudeau make his exit – or sashay away.
Alright let’s take a look at this travesty.
Nope, stop. What the fuck is this?
Every single thing about this image is unbearable. What the fuck is the creep in the front wearing? It’s like he’s wearing underwear on the outside or something. It’s gross, and so is every single one of the creeps in the background.
Weird blonde groomer: Justin, I just wanna thank you for being such an ally. You’re the first Prime Minister to ever walk in a pride parade. Like, that’s huge.
Joffrey Trudeau: Thank you but it is been an incredible pleasure to be part of fighting the good fight on the right side. That is about respecting people. Can we move beyond tolerate and start embracing and loving and accepting and learning from and being challenged by. That’s how you build a resilient society.
So that’s what we’re trying to do in Canada, and we’ve got a lot of work still to do.
If you’re wondering what exactly Trudeau means by a “resilient society,” he clarifies after the next question.
Brown Fag: Now I know it’s the Great White North, but how do you feel adding some brown milk to the *inaudible*
Trudeau: You know what we do diversity better than just about any other place in the World. It doesn’t matter what your background is, where you’re from, who you love. You enrich this place.
As is so often the case when dealing with the bloviations of the Privileged Class I don’t even know what this is supposed to mean. It’s a statement that somehow manages to simultaneously be wrong, as well as meaningless. How exactly do these random perverts “enrich,” the average Canadian. Like, in what tangible way is my life improved by these perverts of colour being around me? Can someone take the time out to answer that question.
Of course not. It’s meaningless gibberish, and I’ll bet Justin Trudeau grew up in a gated community. Nowadays he lives locked away in a compound surrounded by armed guards, because he has seething contempt and fear for the average Canadian. I’m just blown away by how stupid, perverted, and self-congratulatory it all is.