This picture of his Twitter says it all.
But not really all.
These pictures say the rest.
Let us now go back four decades to his father, Pierre Elliot, the Jesuit educated Prime Minister who ushered in the first legalisation of abortion in Canada, though under severe restrictions which eventually were struck down by Canada's Supreme Court ironically using the same Prime Minister's, constitutional amendments.
“You know, at some point you are killing life in the foetus in self-defence – of what? Of the mother’s health or her happiness or of her social rights or her privilege as a human being? I think she should have to answer for it and explain. Now, whether it should be to three doctors or one doctor or to a priest or a bishop or to her mother-in-law is a question you might want to argue …. You do have a right over your own body – it is your body. But the foetus is not your body; it’s someone else’s body. And if you kill it, you’ll have to explain.”
The Rt. Hon. Pierre E. Trudeau, PC, QC, MP
Prime Minister of Canada
The Montreal Star, Thursday, May 25, 1972