WATCH: Pilot spots 'Justin Trudeau sucks a**' written in farmland in Alberta

This seems to have taken place five miles north of Lac St. Anne in Alberta.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC

A video has gone viral on the social media platform TikTok, showing a farmer's field with "Justin Trudeau sucks ass" written on the ground.

This video has received 1.6 million views on TikTok so far, with 166,000 likes and over 3,000 comments. According to the creator of the video, this seems to have taken place 5 miles north of Lac St. Anne in Alberta. This is a few hours west of Edmonton.

The creator of the video said that air traffic had increased in the area after the farmer engraved this slogan.

Although the video seems authentic, The Post Millennial has not yet confirmed whether it's legitimate, and has reached out to the original creator for comment.

Western Canada, and Alberta in particular, have long been upset with Trudeau's leadership. In the 2021 election, Alberta only elected one Liberal MP. The vast majority of consciences from the Manitoba-Ontario border all the way to the BC interior have Conservative representatives in Ottawa.

Trudeau's vast unpopularity in Western Canada comes from his stance on the oil and gas industry, his support of the equalization formula, and his alleged favouritism towards Quebec.

Trudeau's father, Pierre, was also deeply unpopular in the prairies, almost for exactly the same reasons.


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