It was only one short week ago that the official Conservative Party Twitter account was called out by the Canadian public, for their controversial response to a 2005 video of Andrew Scheer speaking about same-sex marriage. Canadians heavily criticized the people behind the account, with some even calling for their resignation. On Wednesday night, the account came under fire for a second time, this time for tweeting a meme that called Justin Trudeau a chicken.\nIn a tweet on Wednesday evening, the official Conservative Party page posted a single image, with no written caption attached. The meme-style image showed two people dressed in chicken suits holding signs that read, “2 chicken 2 debate,” with a picture of Justin Trudeau underneath. The image was headed, “Why did the chicken cross the road?” With the response, “Because it was afraid to debate Andrew Scheer.”\nThe meme is likely referring to the news that Trudeau will only be participating in two of the five major leaders’ debates this election campaign. The Prime Minister is believed to be sitting out of debates organized by Maclean’s/Citytv, TVA and the Munk Debates, choosing instead to focus on the English and French language debates organized by the new federal Leaders’ Debates Commission.\npic.twitter.com/c1sG5F0cQM— Conservative Party (@CPC_HQ) September 5, 2019\nAs Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is believed to be taking part in all of the major leaders' debates, the Conservative Party are accusing Trudeau of backing out because he is too scared to face-off against Scheer publically.\nThe chicken tweet from the Conservative Party, didn’t get support from Canadians, however. Rather, hundreds of Canadians criticized the post, calling it ‘embarrassing’, ‘immature’ and ‘childish’.\nYou set a real low bar but I'm embarrassed for you...— Mark Brown (@xMarkBrown) September 5, 2019\nImmaturity level is unbelievable— Suburban Voyeur™️🇨🇦 (@subvoyeur) September 5, 2019\nSeriously, Hamish? This is the best you have? 😳That would be embarrassing for someone running for school council!#ONpoli #MissPoli #MississaugaLakeshore #CDNpoli @StellaAmbler @RudyCuzzetto @AndrewScheer @fordnation— Port Credit 🐓🍷🛠 (@PtCreditVoter) September 5, 2019\nHe will debate Scheer in debates arranged bt the Commission. And this is childish, even for you, CPC.— PSaunders (@psaunders1959) September 5, 2019\nThis is so childish. Do they really expect us to take them seriously now? Oh, and Trudeau would beat lyin’, mumbling @AndrewScheer in a debate hands down.— lanamy01 (@cochraf) September 5, 2019\nGeez, is the @CPC_HQ filled with 6 year olds? What a juvenile Tweet.— Victoria (@zeebra03) September 5, 2019\nOne Twitter user responded to the post to say, “This is the party we're supposed to trust? You have serious issues, internal and external to deal with, but you went with a chicken meme. And we should trust you to govern because, why?”\nAnother added, “First they call our Prime Minister a banana. Now they have a couple of idiots in chicken suits mocking him. Do you want a PM with fewer brain cells than a high school class clown, or one with proven success at improving Canada?”\nThis is the party we're supposed to trust? You have serious issues, internal and external to deal with, but you went with a chicken meme. And we should trust you to govern because, why?— impala (@pahl_brighteyes) September 5, 2019\nFirst they call our Prime Minister a banana. Now they have a couple of idiots in chicken suits mocking him. Do you want a PM with fewer brain cells than a high school class clown, or one with proven success at improving Canada? #IStandWithTrudeau #VoteNoCPC #VoteNoScheer #cdnpoli— Phil Canadian (@mister_pr) September 5, 2019\nTHIS is how your party plans to entice voters? ... good luck with that 👎🙄— Samantha (@globalgirl1977) September 5, 2019\nWhat has the Conservative party come to? Posting memes on it's official website? That is low.....— Allen Anderson (@Aa2Anderson) September 5, 2019\nOMG delete your account 😬🤦♀️#NoScheerThisYear #ScheerFailure— Lisa 🇨🇦 Entitled Princess Vagina (@lisamflower) September 5, 2019\nWhoever runs @CPC_HQ's social media needs to be fired. Ya basic.— Ikea Curtains (@ikeacurtains) September 5, 2019\nWhile the Conservatie Party posted the tweet as a witty way to make a dig at Justin Trudeau, it seems that the Canadian public didn’t think so, with an overwhelming number of the tweet’s responses being pretty negative.\nThe two leaders debates that Justin Trudeau is slated to attend will be held on October 7 and October 10, in English and French respectively.\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.