Joe Rogan introduced his audience of millions to a conspiracy that just goes from strength to strength, with more evidence emerging every year, no matter how much the liberal elite demand we stop talking about. Is the mask-wearing, sock-loving, all-singing, all-dancing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau actually the son of communist dictator Fidel Castro?
While Justin Trudeau is famously known as the son of Canada’s former liberal Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, comparison images of Pierre, Justin and Fidel Castro suggest there might be more the story.
According to Joe Rogan, the resemblance shared by Castro and Trudeau is “completely wild” and the Canadian prime minister should do a 23andMe genetic test ASAP. Rogan is not wrong. The resemblance is uncanny. But the Trudeau-Castro rabbit-hole goes much deeper than he realizes.
Strong physical resemblance aside, the Cuban rumors are also bolstered by historical facts. WATCH:
While Justin Trudeau’s birthplace of Ottawa is a long way from Havana, his mother Margaret Trudeau visited Cuba nine months before Justin was born, and there are photographs of her socializing with Fidel Castro. That’s old Pierre Trudeau on the right, pretending not to have a problem with his young and attractive wife hanging off the arm of Cuba’s swashbuckling dictator.
Don’t forget, Castro was a hero figure for the international Left in the 1970s. Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail confirms that Pierre and Margaret Trudeau became close friends with Fidel Castro.
“Pierre Trudeau’s and Fidel Castro’s paths crossed for the first time in 1970,” the Globe reports, before explaining the Trudeaus had such a great time on the Caribbean island that “an enduring friendship was forged between the arch-liberal Pierre Trudeau and the Marxist-revolutionary Fidel Castro.”
And while fact checkers enjoy debunking claims the Trudeaus were in Havana nine months before Justin was born, there are some inconvenient facts the fact checkers refuse to address. WATCH:
The Trudeaus embarked on a Caribbean holiday in that time frame, with reports of visits to various islands in the Caribbean. While Cuba does not appear on an official itinerary, it is inconceivable that they would visit neighboring islands and choose not to visit their good friend in Havana while they were in the neighborhood.
So what really happened in Havana in 1970 nine months before Justin Trudeau was born back home in Ottowa?