After comments made earlier in the week, Justin Trudeau went off on the Bloc Québécois leader for playing what he said are "dangerous games around intolerance."\nWhile speaking on January 15, he was asked about the insinuations Yves-François Blanchet made about Omar Alghabra, the federal government's new minister of transport.\nEditor's Choice: Justin Trudeau Says There's A 'Concerning' New COVID-19 Variant From Brazil\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nI was absolutely floored to see a federal party leader use insinuations and carefully coded questions.\n\n\nJustin Trudeau\n\n\nTrudeau said that he was "absolutely floored" to see a leader of a federal party make insinuations and use "carefully coded questions."\nHe noted that it was especially shocking because it was a week after the U.S. Capitol riot, which showed what happens when leaders "play these dangerous games around intolerance and hate."\nIn a statement about the recent cabinet shuffle, Blanchet said he was raising questions, but not making accusations, about Alghabra's ties to a "political Islamic movement."\nTrudeau said it's "ridiculous" for the Bloc leader to try and innocently say that he was just asking questions.\n"That kind of political pandering to the worst elements and to fears and anxieties has no place in Canada," he said.\nAlghabra told The Canadian Press that he was disappointed by what happened and the attempt to "create divisions."