Sikh Justin Trudeau’s PC Indian Pilgrimage

Sikh Justin Trudeau’s PC Indian Pilgrimage

Cultural appropriation is a cardinal sin to the politically correct crowd, unless you’re Canadian PM Justin Trudeau dressed up like a Yogi or Swami in India. Then it’s cultural sensitivity… well, not to some.

Epic Fail Trudeau!

Did Justin Trudeau get the chance to meet Indian National religious figure Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan?

Maybe doing the Love Charger is the best damage control for Justin Trudeau, since it is not a good move for the PM to dress in Angarkha and dance with those that the Indian State refers to as “Sikh Terrorists.”

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