Prime Minister Of Canada Heavily Mocked Over Recent Haircut Being Compared To ‘Dumb and Dumber’

50-year-old Justin Trudeau, the far-Leftist Canadian Prime Minister, has been quite recently mocked on the web after unveiling a brand new haircut, which has left many to draw comparisons to the hairstyle sported by Jim Carry in “Dumb and Dumber.”

“I like how Jim Carrey is trending on Twitter Canada because Justin Trudeau got a haircut and folks are saying it looks like Jim’s character from Dumb and Dumber, but yet they’re spelling his name incorrectly (‘Carey’),” exclaimed Josh McConnel, a tech journalist, via a post on social media.

One video which was posted by the account named Canada Proud was altered to use the face of Trudeau instead of Carrey’s face for the movie and ended up going viral online.

“Trudeau really is dumb and dumber,” highlighted the group via a tweet.


Joe Rogan, the well-known host of the extremely popular “The Joe Rogan Experience,” called out the Prime Minister just last week during a segment of his show, claiming that the political leader was a “f***ing dictator.”

“Canada is communist. They’re f***ed. They gotta get rid of that guy [Trudeau],” expressed Rogan. “I liked him before the pandemic. I was like he’s a handsome guy. … Good looking guy, confident talker. And during the pandemic I’m like ‘oh, you’re a f***ing dictator.’”

“Oh, you don’t like criticism?” the host went on. “You’re trying to shut down criticism by saying that all your critics are misogynists and racists. You hear he said that about the trucking people. The truckers. He called them all misogynists and racists. Yeah he’s gross. He’s a sketchy guy. He’s got some f***ing shaky deals. I would like to see like where the money is coming from… why do you want everybody to get injected every four months? They don’t need that anymore.”

It was also announced near the end of May that his left-leaning government was going to be highlighting a new series of attempts to remove more rights for the Canadian people, which now includes banning the sale of all handguns.

Trudeau made the claim that gun violence was on the rise, so that meant it was his solemn “duty to keep taking action.”

“Last summer, during the campaign, some politicians said they would make assault-style weapons legal again,” explained Trudeau. “Not only did we stand up to them, but we promised to go even further to protect our communities. We proposed to invest to help provinces and territories put restrictions on handguns within their jurisdictions.”

“However, in our discussions with law enforcement advocates and experts, it became apparent that we needed a different solution,” he went on. “We’re introducing legislation to implement a national freeze on handgun ownership. What this means is that it will no longer be possible to buy, sell, transfer or import handguns anywhere in Canada. In other words, we’re capping the market for handguns.”

Quite a few critics claim that Trudeau previously made use of efforts to set up new gun control measures to try and distract the world from his blackface scandal that showed photos of him wearing racist blackface on multiple occasions.

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