Trudeau government tells staff not to mention China when talking about coronavirus

The Trudeau government has suggested that all Canadians should avoid bringing up China when they discuss the coronavirus pandemic.

The Trudeau government has suggested that all Canadians should avoid bringing up China when they discuss the coronavirus pandemic, according to Blacklock's Reporter.

The Treasury Board has told their employees that the origin of the virus is an irrelevant factor, saying "don’t blame any age group or people from a specific country, ethnicity or race for the spread of Covid-19."

"Show compassion for all victims around the world and go easy on the others," they added.

As well as this, another federal body—this time, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety—told their employees that they "should be aware of social stigma and micro-aggression."

"Groups that may be experiencing stigma during the Covid-19 pandemic including those that have traveled, persons of Asian descent, emergency or health care professionals and other essential workers," continued that taxpayer-funded body.

Yesterday, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer criticized the prime minister's stance on China, telling Canadians not be fooled.

Scheer accused the prime minister of only being more fierce with the Chinese regime after he saw polling data which revealed the Canadian public having an overwhelmingly low view of Beijing.

"Don’t be fooled by Mr. Trudeau’s phony statements about China right now," said Scheer.

This was not the first time that the Trudeau government was criticized for refusing to condemn the Chinese regime. Trudeau's health minister, for instance, refused to denounce China's forged data, saying that "there’s no indication the data that came out of China was falsified in any way."

Similarly, Trudeau has often refused to even broach the subject, walking away when the subject is brought up

Trudeau's Foreign Minister François-Philippe Champagne has had to defend his warm message to the Chinese regime after they sent Canada broken medical equipment.

"It’s only now after they see some polling data that they've started to change their message on that. It's only in the last couple of weeks that he’s changed his message at all and I believe it’s completely disingenuous," said Scheer.