Jerry Agar here, guest hosting for Ezra Levant: A 19 year old girl from another country seems better equipped to lead this nation on the issue of radical Islam and the danger it presents than the current Prime Minister.
She is one of Canada’s newest citizens, and an inspiration around the world.
The 19-year-old Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai addressed Parliament Wednesday, and became only the sixth person in our history to receive honorary Canadian citizenship.
When she warns of the danger of radical Islam, she does so wearing the scars of her hardwon knowledge.
Malala grew up in Pakistan in an area where the Taliban often prevented girls from going to school. When only 11 years old she began writing and reporting anonymously on a blog about her life under the Taliban.
On October 9, 2012, Malala was injured after a Taliban gunman attempted to murder her.
Malala bravely fights against the forces of evil within her religion with moral clarity, while the man welcoming her to Canada, Trudeau, routinely fails to even recognize there’s a problem.
Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch has a policy of screening incoming refugees and immigrants for Canadian values.
Polling shows that the vast majority of Canadians agree with Leitch, and in fact do have values — even if the Prime Minster does not...
NEXT: The Rebel's Candice Malcolm has written eloquently about the stark contrast between Malala Yousafzai and Justin Trudeau, and she joins me tonight to share her thoughts.
THEN: Paige MacPherson, the Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, comes on to debunk the Alberta government's "Green Shoots" myth.