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Trudeau says government can’t tell women what to do with their bodies after enforcing mandatory vaccine

The hypocrisy around bodily autonomy is loud and clear from Ottawa, especially from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Justin Trudeau is preaching that no government can tell a woman what to do with her body, while his Liberal government has been enforcing vaccine mandates for almost a year. Canada remains one of the last countries on the Earth with vaccine mandates.

Trudeau’s comments are in direct response following a decision in the United States Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years of federal abortion rights, in the United States.

There’s speculation about half the States are expected to ban or severely restrict abortion.

Trudeau came out making political swings in regards to an abortion law, not a law in Canada, but that of a different country with a goal to exploit it for political gain.

“No government, politician, or man should tell a woman what she can and cannot do with her body. I want women in Canada to know that we will always stand up for your right to choose.”

However Justin Trudeau has been enforcing Covid-19 vaccine mandates at every federal jurisdiction impacting millions of Canadians with domestic travel to workplaces and cross-border travel for nearly a year.

“It was their choice and nobody ever was going to force anyone into doing something they don’t want to do,” the prime minister said in an interview with CBC Radio’s The House, which will air on Saturday.

“But there are consequences when you don’t. You cannot choose to put at risk your co-workers. You cannot choose to put at risk the people sitting beside you on an airplane.”

Until recently so called not fully vaccinated Canadians and people that refuse to use vaccine passports in support of freedom of choice and bodily autonomy have been held hostage inside of Canada and banned from leaving the country and domestic travel by plane and rail.

The not “fully vaccinated” government workers and contractors were told they need to get the Covid-19 “vaccine” or lose their jobs and livelihood. They forced many on to unpaid leave and ultimately many were forced to quit after founding a new job to support their families because Trudeau removed their ability to collect EI.

Unvaccinated Canadians have always been allowed to come back to Canada but they are required to show a negative Covid test and quarantine for 14 days upon their return.

All Canadian provinces restricted mobility during the Covid pandemic and have applied some sort of medical segregation based on vaccination status.

Trudeau also turned to name calling and inciting hate on the unvaccinated Canadians during the 2021 elections saying they “don’t believe in science” and are “often misogynistic, often racist.”

“But they take up space and with that we have to make a choice…do we tolerate these people?”

The prime minister’s comments led American commentator Bill Maher to say about Trudeau, “now you do sound like Hitler.”

In 2011 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said: “Now I’m getting guff from the other side because I said I don’t like abortion. Does anyone who’s ProChoice, as I am, really LIKE abortion?” Trudeau tweeted.

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