The vast majority of fans that subscribe to Julian’s YouTube channel do so to get a chuckle out of his most recent Trudeau impersonation videos.
Two live music venues in Vancouver recently bowed down to pressure to cancel a renowned musician’s performance because some people couldn’t take a joke.
John Julian, formally known as John Stetch, has made his mark in the Jazz community as a 7-time Juno nominated pianist. However, as Canada has become more authoritarian under Prime Minister Trudeau’s leadership, it’s another art that Julian has mastered that attracts the most notoriety for him, his comedy.
The vast majority of fans that subscribe to Julian’s YouTube channel do so to get a chuckle out of his most recent Trudeau impersonation videos. Julian comedically mimics the Prime Minister’s voice, mannerisms and talking points while taking viewers along with him as he acts out skits like “Trudeau does the laundry,” Trudeau sings O’ Canada” and “Trudeau goes to Jamaica.”
Julian has even mimicked the prime minister’s love and affection for dressing up in black face, a popular subject for many who poke fun at Canada’s prime minister.
44 petition signatures from mostly young music students who disagree with thousands of Canadians who find humour in Julian’s Trudeau skits was all it took for Tyrant Studios and Frankie’s Jazz Club to cancel Julian’s paid performances on short notice.
The keyboard warriors behind the petition accused Julian of “publishing troubling and often bigoted content on his varying social media channels” without reaching out for any comment from Julian.
Source : Rebel News