On Tuesday night, FOX News’ comedian Greg Gutfeld joined the chorus of condemnation, taking aim at Trudeau not only for his singing but his long history of questionable acts both before and after becoming prime minister.
Gutfeld opened the segment by calling Trudeau out for partying while visiting London for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, which took place on Monday. “Just be grateful he was singing Bohemian Rhapsody and not Another one Bites the Dust,” he said, before putting up a picture of Trudeau in blackface and saying he was glad the prime minister didn’t perform anything from Alladin.
“You know what bothers me about him?” Gutfeld continued. “Everything.”
Guest and FOX News contributor Kat Timpf piled on, suggesting Trudeau was “getting jealous that the Queen was getting all this attention for being dead,” and wanted some himself.
Timpf went on to point out that of all the things that “disgusted” her about him, “this doesn’t really even make the list.” She highlighted the vaccine mandates and his decision to freeze the bank accounts of those participating in the “Freedom Convoy” earlier this year.
Gutfeld’s other guest, Dr. Drew Pinsky, suggested that Trudeau “lives in a bubble” where he gets no criticism.
“He’s so adored by his little political enclave,” Pinsky continued, noting that he’s able to keep acting in ways that most would find objectionable because his inner circle does not push back.
“Canadians are too nice to criticize him, but we’re not like that,” Gutfeld said before slamming Trudeau for nepotism and suggesting he only got elected because of his last name.
Throughout the segment, the audience had been largely on Gutfeld’s side but he received a chorus of boos after suggesting that he would “take Hunter Biden as president over that fool.”
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