(Jerry Agar is sitting in for Ezra Levant:) More and more people are coming in to Canada illegally, and the worst part is that too many elected officials are ignoring the law, in favour of so-called politically correct notions about saving the world.
We can’t save the world, and the law matters. It applies to me, it applies to you, and it applies to those who are coming here in defiance of the law.
It isn’t the fault of the border agents or the police. This is a political problem.
If the PM ordered border guards to turn back anyone claiming refugee status from the U.S., they would do it.
But the more the government lets one segment flout the law at the expense of the law abiding people, the more we are a nation divided. The more one group will despise another group.
I want to get along. I want to sing "Kumbayah" by the campfire with my fellow Canadians of any race, religion or national origin — but to do so I need to know I am not being taken advantage of by law breakers and thieves.
The Rebel's own Candice Malcolm has been following this file for months, and joins me tonight with her observations.
Finally, I want to talk about The Rebel itself tonight:
Over the years I have seen many people leave traditional radio and TV stations with the notion that they could just set up online and the listeners and viewers would come flooding in.
But it almost always fails.
I’ll explain why The Rebel is different — and what the Media Party really thinks of you, our viewers.