Justin Trudeau is a feminist. You know that, because he doesn’t shut up about it.
So what’s a current feminist issue? Well, I’ll show you footage of some women in Iran daring to ride motorbikes — then the sharia police arresting them. (Just like they arrest women who post Instagram pictures of themselves without veils.)
But Trudeau loves Iran.
Unbeknownst to him, he appointed a Muslim from Iran as a cabinet minister, Maryam Monsef. (Trudeau believed her story that she was an Afghan refugee, and she’s still in cabinet, even though the truth is out.)
And another Liberal Muslim MP from Iran, Majid Jowhari, hosted a secret delegation of Iranian MPs last November, and is reportedly lobbying Canada on behalf of an Iranian airline that’s under U.S. sanctions for aiding terrorist groups.
Plus Trudeau’s most persuasive advisor, his brother, Alexandre, has worked for the Iranian dictatorship in a propaganda capacity.
Hey, just a question:
Who do you think is going to do more for Iranian women?
Our resident feminist prime minister — or Donald Trump?
NEXT: Sun columnist Lorrie Goldstein says that if Trudeau expects Canadians to sacrifice to fight global warming, he should lead by example:
One minute he’s on a emissions-heavy trip to the Aga Khan’s private island, the next he’s lecturing a mom who complains about her high energy bills.
THEN: I sat down with CPC leadership candidate Erin O’Toole to talk about his vision for the Conservative Party, and for Canada.
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