Jerry Agar here, guest hosting for Ezra Levant this week: As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge on Sunday, many of Canada’s injured and wounded veterans feel he has betrayed them.
They want him to fulfill his 2015 election promise to restore lifetime military disability pensions.
Trudeau was the only party leader to make this commitment.
But almost 18 months after his election, a group of Afghanistan war veterans is in court having launched a class action lawsuit against Trudeau’s government on this very issue.
Various governments over the years, both Conservative and Liberal, made and broke promises to veterans.
But today it is the Trudeau government that requires the veteran to fight yet another battle, to charge yet another hill, while breaking yet another promise they perhaps never intended to keep…
Tonight’s guests: Sun columnist Lorrie Goldstein come on to make the case that Conservatives need to stop trying appease the Liberals.
Then filmmaker Cassie Jaye joins me to talk about her controversial men’s rights film called Red Pill Movie — a documentary that has been censored by feminists many times (as we’ve reported here at The Rebel.)