Isolation or hiding? Trudeau ‘working from home’ after alleged COVID exposure as truckers head for Canada’s capital 

OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews) — As tens of thousands of a “small fringe minority” of truckers descend on the nation’s capital of Ottawa to protest Canada’s tyrannical so-called COVID-19 measures, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau serendipitously went into “isolation” after being exposed, he said, to “COVID.” 

“Last night, I learned that I have been exposed to COVID-19. My rapid test result was negative. I am following @OttawaHealth rules and isolating for five days. I feel fine and will be working from home. Stay safe, everyone – and please get vaccinated,” ex-drama teacher Trudeau posted to Twitter this morning.  

“I think what he means is he’s scared of the truckers and has gone into hiding,” commented ethics professor Dr. Julie Ponesse.  

“Triple-vaccinated, not sick, feels fine, tests negative for the COVID virus, conveniently retreats home for the duration of a large protest in Ottawa against his policies,” mocked Ontario lawyer Ryan O’Connor.  

O’Connor and Ponesse are certainly correct in questioning Trudeau’s statement, considering we are into the second year of his “two weeks to flatten the curve.” But one has to ask: Does Trudeau not like being the target and scapegoat of the fracturing society he helped create?