The Conservative Party of Canada caved to pressure from Khalistan supporters and removed their motion that stood with a united India.
After Trudeau's circus in India – a junket that saw more costume changes than a Cher concert and a Khalistani would-be assassin as a dinner party guest, the Conservatives wanted to bring forward a motion to distinguish themselves from the soft-on-terror Liberals.
As late as Wednesday evening, they planned to bring forward a motion that asked the House of Commons to:
A) value the contributions of Canadian Sikhs and Canadians of Indian origin in our national life;
That b) condemn in the strongest terms all forms of terrorism including Khalistani extremism in the glorification of any individuals who have committed acts of violence to advance the cause of an independent Khalistani state in India; and
c) stand with United India.
The motion renounced political violence and affirmed the valuable contributions of Indo-Canadians.
A real no-brainer.
But by Thursday morning, Conservatives snatched defeat from the jaws of terror the way they always do.
Watch as I show you why they caved.
Conservative party leader Andrew Scheer is doing exactly what Trudeau is doing. He's courting extremists for votes and he's insulting normal conservatives along the way.
I like Andrew Scheer, and want him to do well but he needs to do more than that. He must be the strong principled adult foil to the SJW adolescent kook we have in the PM’s office right now.
So let's do what the extremists have done. Apply pressure to this wound.
Conservatives, call your MPs. Email Andrew Scheer, and CPC house leader Candice Bergen. Email Deputy CPC leader Chris Warkentin. And share this video.