Trudeau goes surfing on new Aboriginal reconciliation holiday he invented

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau created a new holiday, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation... and then proceeded to treat it as a vacation day with a surfing session in British Columbia.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided to turn “orange shirt day” into a new holiday in Canada, with September 30 marking the first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

Instead of paying visit to a residential school site, or doing anything to publicly mark the day, for that matter, the always-professional prime minister chose to leave Ottawa for a trip to Tofino, British Columbia to catch the waves for a surfing trip.

On Friday's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, B.C.-based Rebel News reporter Drea Humphrey joined Ezra in studio to talk about this most recent blunder by Trudeau.

Drea discussed how this sort of action shouldn't as any surprise:

We've seen this many times with him before...he brought [National Day for Truth and Reconciliation] that in. I think there's only 13 things that have been fulfilled out of the Truth and Reconciliation [report], and this holiday was one of them. 

And he couldn't even fake caring. You know, it couldn't get any worse than having to manipulate where you're staying, you're going.

The full interview with Drea, and the full episode of The Ezra Levant Show, are available to subscribers of RebelNews+.

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