LETTER: If all women are honest, then are all men liars?

Trudeau’s comments challenged

Justin Trudeau is on record as stating that any woman who comes forward with a complaint of a sexual nature must be believed. It follows then that any man who denies such a claim should not. Simply put women are honourable, honest creatures, while men on the other hand are, deceitful liars. Fair enough, I guess we have to accept the analysis of the most powerful man in the country.

Recently, though he was asked if he has any concerns that a woman might just come forward with a complaint against him, to which he responded that he has always treated women with the greatest respect, and would never be accused of such a thing. He apparently is pure. Then again, he…is a Man.

One complaint though, and I guess he’ll have to step down.

Rod Retzlaff

Glade, B.C.

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