Last Thursday, Justin Trudeau held his first national Liberal Party convention, where he said some not-so-nice things about Quebec's premiere Pauline Marois.

PQ party members didn't take too kindly to Trudeau's words, and responded in kind. A real-world flame war was the result, with both sides talking smack about the other.

For the sake of hilarity (and my own personal entertainment) here's a nerd-ghetto-drag queen-YouTube comment paraphrasing of what happened.

First, Trudeau was all: "Yo yo my Liberal homies, 'dat Marois is pissin' me off with all that Bill 60 garbage. That bad haircut wearing lady is just as bad as Stephen Harper. They're like, Voldemort and Sauron, if yaw mean. Both be evil wizards making people hate on each other and creating a divisive society just 'cuz it be good for 'dem. Nah wha I'm sayin?" 

In response, Ludovic Soucisse, spokesperson for Quebec Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Alexandre Cloutier, told The Gazette, in my paraphrased version:

"Oh no Trudeau didn't. That boy be tripping AND frontin'. He cannot be talkin' smack about ma girl Pauline and da PQ making people pissed at each other when his Liberal homies are the ones who forced the Constitution of Canada in 1982 on all of Quebec without even letting peeps know! Not cool, bromeo."

PQ member of National Assembly Alexandre Cloutier felt the same way, as said in an email sent to CTV: "Trudeau, hunty, you bein' straight up cray. Forcing the constitution in 1982 was ultra not cool, and that was ALL on da Liberals. Check yo'self before you wreck yo'self Trudeau"  

Who's side are you on?

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