Canadians on social media are calling out Andrew Scheer for his ‘obsession with Trudeau’ once again this weekend, after the Conservative Party leader tweeted that Justin Trudeau has been focused on “personal attacks” during the election campaign. Within minutes of Scheer’s tweet, hundreds of Canadians responded to accuse him of hypocrisy, arguing that Scheer is constantly trash-talking Trudeau on his social media channels.\nIn a tweet on Friday evening, Andrew Scheer wrote, “While Justin Trudeau is focused on personal attacks, I’m focused on you and the things I can do to help make your life more affordable.”\nThe tweet included a 30-second video of Andrew Scheer, seeming to make a dig at Trudeau. The Conservative leader opened by saying, “Justin Trudeau is at it again.” Before adding, “He’s launching personal attacks and making things up that aren’t true. He did it to Jody Wilson Reybold, now he’s doing it to me.”\nAfter spending the first 20 seconds of the clip speaking about Trudeau, Scheer goes on to say, “Instead, I’ll stay focused on you, and the things I can do to make your life more affordable.”\nWhile Justin Trudeau is focused on personal attacks, I’m focused on you and the things I can do to help make your life more affordable. pic.twitter.com/G4lW3cj8wM— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) September 7, 2019\nHowever, Canadians were quick to criticize Andrew Scheer for the video, calling him out for being hypocritical, as many people argued that he is often posting ‘personal attacks’ on Justin Trudeau.\nOne Twitter user wrote, “Are you serious? Is there a micro-ounce of self-awareness in your remote-controlled programming? All you've done for months is lie about #Trudeau & make nasty misleading statements about him. Now you're above it all Andy? Don't piss in my ear & tell me it's raining.”\nWhile another said, “You and your Party are the Party of Personal Attacks. To name a few, Trudeau’s socks, hair, tears, trust fund, friends, etc.”\nGet back to us with some policy. Anti-Trudeau videos are boring and not a platform— HoyaLover (@lover_hoya) September 7, 2019\nYou and your Party are the Party of Personal Attacks. To name a few, Trudeau’s socks, hair, tears, trust fund, friends, etc.— Nana 🐝 (@ValMackinnon) September 7, 2019\nReally? Last week (and months previous) it was all about attacking Trudeau. This week you're ACTUALLY addressing issues that matter. Do you really think that focusing on issues that matter for 1 week is going to make a diff? Too little too late.— Lorrie Parrott (@lorrie_tdsb) September 7, 2019\n😂🤣😂🤣 Isn't the first part of this a personal attack? #Irony Also, saying things that aren't true, like that 95% of Canadians have private health coverage? #haha #ScheerNonsense— Hillary (@disco_hits) September 7, 2019\nAre you serious? Is there a micro-ounce of self-awareness in your remote-controlled programming? All you've done for months is lie about #Trudeau & make nasty misleading statements about him. Now you're above it all Andy? Don't piss in my ear & tell me it's raining.— Ed the Sock (@EdtheSock) September 7, 2019\nAre you for real? Not only is your party running #100Days100Lies, let's not forget this incredibly mature "gem" from TWO DAYS AGO. #ScheerFailure #NoScheerThisYear #TeamTrudeau #ChooseForward pic.twitter.com/yn1bT8eo2h— Lisa 🇨🇦 Entitled Princess Vagina (@lisamflower) September 7, 2019\nAnother Twitter user commented to say, “Is this satire? You need only compare Justin Trudeau’s twitter feed to Andrew Scheer’s; the @liberal_party’s to @CPC_HQ’s to see where the negativity rests.”\nThe same user went on to add, “We could do that comparison if you want. Look at the first 20 tweets on Scheer’s feed - how many times does Trudeau’s name appear (hint - it’s 6). Now do Trudeau’s feed, with Harper or Scheer’s name (psst - neither show up at all).”\nIs this satire?You need only compare @JustinTrudeau’s twitter feed to @AndrewScheer’s; the @liberal_party’s to @CPC_HQ’s to see where the negativity rests.Whose name shows on the other’s feed more?#cdnpoli #elxn43— Mike Fill (@HobbyPundit) September 7, 2019\nWe could do that comparison if you want. Look at the first 20 tweets on Scheer’s feed - how many times does Trudeau’s name appear (hint - it’s 6).Now do Trudeau’s feed, with Harper or Scheer’s name (psst - neither show up at all).— Mike Fill (@HobbyPundit) September 7, 2019\nMr. Scheer, the prime minister does not attack you. He may mention your actions or your statements but he does not attack you personally, unlike the nonstop attacks you & your party have been directing toward him personally for years. This is not leadership. #cdnpoli— Leslie Maggie (@LeslieMaggie) September 7, 2019\nThis is not the first time that Andrew Scheer has been accused of being constantly bashing the Prime Minister. Last month, the Conservative leader was called out after repeatedly calling on the RCMP to investigate Trudeau’s role in the SNC-Lavalin scandal.\nAfter posting numerous tweets about Trudea’s involvement, Scheer was criticized heavily by Canadians, with some suggesting that he was literally the only one who still cared about the scandal.\nWTF You are the king of lies and personal attacks. You have been doing it for months. You just spent most of this ad doing it! Do you not have any policies to talk about or positive things to say.— lanamy01 (@cochraf) September 7, 2019\nI don't think I've ever heard PMJT mention your name. You, on the other hand, wouldn't have anything to say at all if it wasn't for "Trudeau, blah, blah, blah". Give it a rest. #NeverScheer #cdnpoli— Amzaf (@Amzaf2) September 7, 2019\nSeriously? Trudeau is focused on personal attacks and you are focused on us? Dude every single tweet of you starts with the words Trudeau, are you for real?! When was the last time he even mentioned you? If you see things this way, maybe your mind is playing tricks on you!#elxn43 https://t.co/Zcv3NrUlGt— Adam Bolt (@AdamBolt13) September 7, 2019\n“I’d like to begin this attack ad with a complaint about Justin Trudeau’s personal attacks” https://t.co/82oYdDvZaW— Matthew Dufresne (@matthewdufresne) September 7, 2019\nWith the federal election now only weeks away, relations between the two party leaders are more tense than ever.\nThe federal election is scheduled for October 21, and there is no doubt that both Scheer and Trudeau are preparing for a bloody-fight to the finish line.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.