Of course, not only is Khadr out of Gitmo already, he got a $10.5 million payout from Justin Trudeau.
Now, he’s on TV. As a hero.
It happened on Sunday, as a segment on a popular Quebec television program.
The studio audience applauded when he came out. They had music to accompany his walk-on to the studio set. That’s how you treat a celebrity actor or singer. They were treating a murderer like that.
And the timing — Easter Sunday.
That same day in Sri Lanka, Muslim terrorists attacked multiple targets simultaneously, targeting the Christian minority. Last I saw, 290 people were confirmed murdered. It’s really Sri Lanka’s 9/11.
But Trudeau’s CBC decides that it is wise to proceed with this pre-recorded clip of Omar Khadr.
Would the CBC run a loving interview of Paul Bernardo on International Women’s Day?
Khadr told prison guards in Guantanamo Bay that murdering Christopher Speer was the happiest day in his life.
I tweeted about this — and the producer of that CBC program replied.
I'll show you our exchange TONIGHT, but here's what's fascinating:
According to the Twitter analytics for that one little tweet by me — in just a few hours, it had been seen a third of a million times.
I think within a few more hours my criticism on Twitterwill have been seen more than the original CBC broadcast. No wonder that producer blocked me.
He actually called me a propagandist. Right: Let me know when I put a convicted, confessed terrorist on TV, without saying he’s a convicted, confessed terrorist...
If we lack the ability to call evil by its proper name, don’t be surprised if evil thrives.
Including here in Canada...
NEXT: Speaking of evil, Pamela Geller joins me tonight to talk about the horrific Islamic terrorist attack in Sri Lanka, and why the media and other elites are trying to downplay the fact that Christians were specifically targeted.
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