Justin Trudeau's Liberals continue to put terrorists first, this time by dropping an appeal against an Alberta court's decision to grant convicted terrorist Omar Khadr bail.
A joint statement from Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould said, “the government of Canada respects the decision of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, which determined that Mr. Khadr be released on bail in Canada pending his U.S. appeal of his U.S. convictions and sentence.”
How cucked can you get?
“We're pleased with the government's decision. We think it's the right decision. We never did think there was much merit to this appeal,” one of Khadr's lawyers, Nate Whitling, said.
The news comes just days after The Rebel broke a story about Omar Khadr communicating with former Al Qaida activists he met while detained in Guantanamo Bay.
A photo posted to a pro-terrorist Facebook page showed Khadr on FaceTime with a former Guantanamo Bay Al Qaida supporter, now living in the UK, named Moazzam Begg.
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