Justin Trudeau visited Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle on March 7, marking the latter’s first official in-person meeting with a world leader after recovering from Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

The visit created a stir as photos taken at the event show Trudeau without mask even though Canada is still following mask mandates. Trudeau also met with the U.K. military leaders without mask, while the Canadian armed forces are under strict orders to wear it.

The criticism comes as Canada’s two most populous provinces, Ontario and Quebec, still mandate face coverings for everyone, including young students.

Trudeau talked to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other European leaders to discuss the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Trudeau and Johnson were joined by Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands. The Canadian Prime Minister said he stands with the Ukrainian people and aims to “push back hard against Russia.”

During Trudeau’s visit, protesters were seen near the main gate entrance of 10 Downing Street in London. The crowd waited for Trudeau’s arrival for his meeting with Johnson. Trudeau used an alternate entrance.

Geoff Buxcey, a retired police officer, posted on Twitter to express his embarrassment.

“How absolutely embarrassing for Canada, on the diplomatic stage, that this guy is hated just as much there as he is here! This has never happened to any other Canadian Prime Minister in our history, that’s how far our international influence has fallen under @JustinTrudeau.”

His Tweet included a repost of a video that captured protesters’ “F**k Trudeau” chant that can be heard in the background as Johnson greeted the Canadian prime minister.

Several media outlets in the U.K. condemned Trudeau’s actions against the truckers, with some saying that his decision was “not unlike something other world leaders would or have done to their political opponents.”

COVID-19 pandemic and Russia-Ukraine crisis reveals Trudeau’s hypocrisy

On March 8, Trudeau committed more Canadian troops to Latvia for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO’s) Operation Reassurance amid the Russia-Ukraine conflict. His actions drew flak because Canada’s military has outdated equipment and has been underfunded for years.

Since the pandemic, citizens have noticed that Trudeau’s hypocrisy is limitless. Only a few weeks ago, Trudeau used extraordinary powers, the Emergencies Act (EA), to end the Freedom Convoy of truckers who peacefully demonstrated in Ottawa for three weeks.

Tamara Lich, one of the Freedom Convoy’s main organizers, was jailed for over two weeks before finally being granted bail on March 7. Some say Lich’s prolonged jailing was because she was being held as a “political prisoner” for opposing Trudeau’s pandemic mandates.

There’s also the fact that millions of Canadians who did not come from foreign lands and have chosen not to get vaccinated are forbidden from traveling. In Canada, people who have yet to sign up for COVID-19 vaccines are “banned from traveling by air, rail or boat – both domestically and internationally.”

The Conservative Party of Canada, Canada’s official opposition party, has been pushing for an immediate end to the coronavirus vaccine travel mandate. 

Canadians have been rallying against the use of face masks. And their complaints aren’t groundless. In an August 2021 study from Rhode Island, findings revealed that the use of face masks in schools may significantly lower a child’s cognitive ability compared with their pre-pandemic equivalents.

In a 2020 study by Henning Bundgaard of the Copenhagen University Hospital on the effectiveness of face masks against COVID-19, results showed that there was no statistically significant difference between people who wore a mask and those who didn’t when it came to people getting the virus.

Watch the video below to see Trudeau talk about Canada’s Pfizer vaccine deal.

This video is from Melissa Lev’s channel on Brighteon.com.

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