Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is once again trying to smear parents attending public anti-grooming protests as hateful toward members of the LGBT community.
The sheer number of people here is unreal. We will get police counts soon, but it's gotta be close to 10,000 in Ottawa alone. This is happening across the country, and may just be the death blow to the Trudeau Government. The election may be a ways away, but he's done. pic.twitter.com/RLMlld6eAu
— Keean Bexte (@TheRealKeean) September 20, 2023
In a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, the far-left prime minister responded to the widespread protests against explicit and inappropriate content being taught to children in schools. Though he did not mention the protests by name in the post — it was clear to those in the comments what he was referring to.
“Let me make one thing very clear: Transphobia, homophobia, and biphobia have no place in this country,” Trudeau wrote.
“We strongly condemn this hate and its manifestations, and we stand united in support of 2SLGBTQI+ Canadians across the country — you are valid and you are valued,” the prime minister added, using the far-left’s most recent bizarre iteration of the “LGBT” acronym.
Let me make one thing very clear: Transphobia, homophobia, and biphobia have no place in this country. We strongly condemn this hate and its manifestations, and we stand united in support of 2SLGBTQI+ Canadians across the country – you are valid and you are valued.
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) September 20, 2023
Trudeau’s post came as large-scale anti-grooming protests have swept across Canada — with activists speaking out against pro-transgender propaganda and gender ideology being taught to children, especially from teachers who try to keep the lessons a secret from parents.
Never trust anyone who says "don't tell your parents"
— Paul Mitchell (@PaulMitchell_AB) September 20, 2023
During one of the protests on Wednesday, a father spoke out in defense of his children — noting that the demonstration had nothing to do with “hate.”
“This is who we’re fighting for,” he said in reference to his newborn child, adding: “We’re not here for hate. I don’t know why there’s a lot of talk about hate. We respect everybody; but our children, there’s a line that’s drawn on our children.”
“I think ideologies should be taught at home, what the parents want, and the way that they’re forcing this, it’s not right,” the father added. “It’s not like we had a roundtable discussion where they’re like, ‘Hey, what do we want in our education system?’ No, this has been infiltrated without anybody’s consent. And now, for our own children, we want to speak out.”
“We’re creating hate? We’re creating division? I don’t think so. Look around. Look how many skin colors, religions, look how many people are united. Why? Because we have one thing in common, and that’s our children,” the father continued. “Nobody will ever back down from their children.”
A father describes why he participated in the #1MillionMarch4Children in Toronto:
"Look how many skin colours, religions, look how many people are united. Why? Because we have one thing in common and that's our children. Nobody will ever back down from their children." pic.twitter.com/YFgcSz1iZn
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) September 20, 2023
Social media users made similar assessments of the protests, with one noting that the attendees were an “incredible cross section of our Tri-Cities community. Children to seniors, Muslims, Christians, and atheists, rich and poor. Everyone out to protect children from harmful ideologies.”
What an incredible cross section of our Tri-Cities community. Children to seniors, Muslims, Christians, and atheists, rich and poor. Everyone out to protect children from harmful ideologies. pic.twitter.com/jics15Qvem
— Alan Harvey – Pretty Fly (for a white guy) (@AlanHarvey67) September 20, 2023