American comedian makes fun of dead terrorist of Hardeep Singh Nijjar and PM Trudeau 

A leading American comedian has recently caught the world’s attention through one of his jokes. The job of comedians is always to make people laugh and entertain, but this time something has happened which has highlighted the issues of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Hardeep Singh Nijar through a comic art.

The story behind this is that the American comedian has made Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau and deceased Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijar a part of his jokes in his comedy show. Since then, this funny video is going viral on social media and people are laughing at it.

American stand-up comedian Andrew Schultz criticized Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar – an issue that has soured bilateral relations between India and Canada. The American comedian also tried to make a funny point about why “white people have to sit out” despite Trudeau trying to drum up support on the issue.

The widely shared video was shared by Schultz on X (formerly known as Twitter). “I saw a headline, Punjabi separatist murdered. I said, oh no, they got Trudeau. They got him! They got Justinder. How they killed Justinder,” Schultz told the packed stadium. Did they force him to kiss his wife on camera.” With several thousand people. His stand-up made the audience laugh a lot.

“I asked why no one was talking about this. Then I saw the name of the man who was murdered. His name…his first name is Hardeep. His last name is spelled Nijjar. It’s very Closer. I’m sorry. White people, we can’t share the story. We have to sit it out. I saw Punjabis on the streets, like, name it! I thought we’d love to do that, but we can’t. Can you tell us the N-word pass,” he says, laughing out loud.

A war of words continues between India and Canada over the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has alleged that “agents of the Indian government” are potentially linked to the killing of Sikh separatists, a charge India strongly denies. Since both countries are in some serious diplomatic tension, there is always some room for satire and American comedian Andrew Schultz’s recent video is doing just that.

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