On last night's show, I reported on the acquittal of a pro-ISIS Muslim "refugee" on four terrorism charges.
Otham Hamdan made 85 Facebook posts supporting ISIS, and praising the murder of two Canadian soldiers. But the judge decided Hamadan "didn't have the necessary intent to incite a terrorist attack".
Meanwhile, an Oshawa man was sentenced by a Muslim judge to five months in jail for anti-Islam graffiti on a bus stop. Obviously, hateful vandalism is unacceptable, but there appears to be a double standard in sentencing.
The sinister repercussions of M-103 are already appearing.