Jerry Agar here, guest hosting for Ezra Levant: Many Canadians believe that since Donald Trump became President it has been more difficult for them to cross the border into the States.
It isn’t true.
Some people have always been turned back. What is different now is that there are more elected officials and journalists who hate Trump. For those people, a story of one person turned back fits their agenda.
Now the Toronto District School Board has cancelled student trips to the U.S. because it says students might be turned back.
I’ll give you the relevant facts — then take on the TDSB for harming Canada’s young people with their hateful and ignorant agenda.
NEXT: Clifford May, Founder and President of the Foundation for Defence of Democracies, joins me to talk about his provocative Washington Times article, "The (Limited) Mission Accomplished in Syria." He gives President Trump a "passing grade" for his "first national security test."
THEN: A familiar face to Rebel viewers, lawyer John Carpay of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms comes on to discuss his latest case:
The foster parents whose children were taken away by the Children's Aid Society — because they were unwilling to say the Easter Bunny was real!