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BREAKING: Previously unseen photo of Justin Trudeau in blackface emerges on eve of election night

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A new photo of current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apparently in blackface has just shockingly surfaced on the eve of the federal elections Trudeau himself called which will take place on Monday Sept. 20 2021.

The photo in question – as do some other similar photos – appear to come from an "Arabian Nights" themed event which was held in spring of the year 2001, and even appears in the yearbook of West Point Grey Academy in Vancouver, where Trudeau was teaching drama at the time.

The multiple instances of photo and even video surfacing of Trudeau in blackface has become somewhat of an internet trope. Ultra-popular podcast host Joe Rogan, in his typical style, has very strong words for Trudeau every time the topic comes up in his podcast, which has been on several occasions. He never fails to bring up the "blackface" each time, though. One time, he even famously called Trudeau "King Brownface."

Sacha Baron Cohen, the comedian famous for "The Ali G Show" and then later the iconic "Borat" comedy films, has also taken a turn at roasting Trudeau over the multiple instances of blackface in his typical style.

The Post Millennial has not independently verified the photo.

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