Trudeau jets off to support Senegal's energy and mining industries in exchange for UN vote

Lawless anti-oil crackpots are tormenting Canadians with illegal anti-pipeline protests and blockades, Teck’s 21 billion dollar Frontier Mine is on the verge of being canceled, essential infrastructure is being sabotaged by eco-radicals, and yet Justin Trudeau is visiting Africa and offering support for mining and oil and gas there.

The president of Senegal, Macky Sall, announced the support in a tweet:

“The partnership between Senegal and Canada offers attractive growth potential in the mining, agriculture, oil and gas, clean energy and digital sectors. Delighted to welcome prime minister Justin Trudeau to Dakar to work on these subjects.”

The Canadian government is working to develop natural resources in Senegal while Albertans cannot develop our natural resources for the benefit of our entire country.

That's because Senegal offers Justin Trudeau the ego boost Alberta cannot. In return for this new support from Justin Trudeau, Senegal has offered support for Justin Trudeau's UN Security Council bid.