Since the dawn of democracy, politicians have been the one occupational class which beats actors at acting. In ancient Athens, the principal assembly of the citizens was held in the largest theater of the city, establishing for all times the inseparable link between drama and politics. Last week, former Canadian drama teacher and current Whine Minister Justine Trudeau picked up this tradition in the parliament over the supposed “oppression of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and two-spirit communities,” whatever the last term means. True to form the WM was moved by her own words and began to shed a tear.
With the handkerchief ready to hand Justine was evidently in her element. Breitbart records that she “has previously cried during public appearances on numerous occasions,” including for the children of residential schools, at a reunion with a “Syrian refugee” and the funeral for…
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