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Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, received criticism on Monday for performing “Bohemian Rhapsody” while attending Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral rites in London.
According to the New York Post, Trudeau joined Quebec pianist Gregory Charles and other Canadian delegation members at a hotel in the heart of London on Saturday night. Charles started singing what he described as an homage to several well-known British songs, and Trudeau joined in by singing the appropriately named Queen song.
The Blaze, a conservative website, referred to it as “The former “The View” co-host Meghan McCain said, “Have some respect for the event and why you are in London for the first place. The worst thing you’ll watch all day.” Trudeau is a total buffoon.”
Viva Frei, a conservative media personality, tweeted, “Nero player the fiddle while Rome burned. @JustinTrudeau sings while burning Canada to the ground. #TrudeauMustGo.”
Keean Bexte, a journalist based in the United Kingdom, called Trudeau an “international disgrace.”
A former writer for The Post Millennial and current journalist at Canadian media outlet True North, Élie Cantin-Nantel, tweeted: “Trudeau humiliates Canada on the international stage once more. It’s also intriguing how, when he travels, he no longer needs to wear a mask.”
For what some consider to be authoritarian measures, Trudeau has faced criticism over the last two years.
The Canadian government blocked the bank accounts of truckers protesting vaccine mandates earlier this year on Trudeau’s orders. Despite frequently donning blackface and ugly costumes, Trudeau also attacked COVID-19 vaccine opponents as racists and misogynists.