A week ago, there was an axe attack on the train in Wurzburg, Germany. A 17-year-old Afghan “refugee” hacked his way through a train while shouting “Allah Akbar.”
Then on Friday, a German-Iranian shot nine people dead, and injured another 35. Six of the dead are teenagers.
The very next day, Saturday, at a kebab shop, a 21-year old Syrian “refugee” murdered a pregnant woman with a knife, then stabbed five others. He’d been ordered deported from Germany twice and was known to police.
Then last night a 27-year-old Syrian “refugee” ordered to leave Germany became Germany’s first suicide bomber. The terrorist left a cell phone message pledging allegiance to the leader of the Islamic State. But Angela Merkel’s cabinet ministers say we can’t jump to conclusions.
WATCH as I show you how the media — including the CBC and the Globe & Mail — mis-reported these stories. You can’t trust them.
You can’t trust the politicians, either. It’s incredible that Merkel is still chancellor.
Or maybe it isn’t…
My first guest is author and Toronto Sun columnist Tarek Fatah. We talk about how the authorities are trying to whitewash these terrorists' Islamic connections.
Fatah provides us with the facts about their true identities. One of them was mistakenly called a "white supremacist" in early reports but the media was slow to correct this false narrative.
NEXT: Broadcaster John Gormley and I discuss the meeting of the premiers in Whitehorse, and Trudeau's absence.
Is Trudeau afraid this meeting will be more than just the usual photo-op, what with Brad Wall and the Northern premiers coming out against his national carbon tax?