Irony, hypocrisy and cops. Nothing good can come from this trio when all three are put in play.

On Monday morning, for example, with no reference to his late father being the moving force behind it, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau released a statement celebrating the 35th anniversary of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

“I remind Canadians that we have no task greater than to stand on guard for another’s liberties,” said Trudeau.

“The words enshrined in the Charter are our rights, freedoms, and — above all — our collective responsibility.”

Too bad the irony of this has eluded him.


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