Justin Trudeau – KINSELLA: Trudeau no longer has Trump to distract from his failings
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Last week, meanwhile, Trudeau was revealed to have botched l’affaire Payette — selecting Julie Payette for governor general without properly vetting her, and blaming others when caught out. Biden, on the other hand, appointed a team of experienced, capable folks to make up his cabinet. And even Trumpian figures like Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio are saying it’s important to get them prompt Senate approval.
And, then, of course, there is the matter of vaccines.
To date, less than 2% of Canadians have been vaccinated. This week, we completely ran out of the Pfizer vaccine — and the Trudeau Liberals are very vague about when we can expect to get all of what we paid for.
Despite Trudeau’s claims that all of us will get the potentially life-saving jab by the Fall, The Economist this week flatly stated that Canadians will actually be waiting even longer — until mid-2022, more than a year away.
In Joe Biden’s America, meanwhile, nearly 50 million vaccine doses have been distributed. More than 20 million Americans have received the vaccine. And the newly-minted U.S. President this week announced he’s purchasing 100 million additional doses — and expects to have every American vaccinated by Summer.
On every front, in every way, Joe Biden is making Justin Trudeau look really, really ineffective. But for Trudeau, not all the news is bad.
You can now audition for the role of Wile E. Coyote, Justin. It’s you.
— Kinsella was Chief of Staff to a federal Liberal Minister of Health.