So Canada is now accepting refugees from the United States. The CBC reports:
“They almost froze to death”: Refugees frostbitten after walking to Manitoba border
They were refugees from… Minnesota, who were driven by smugglers to a spot just south of the Manitoba border, and walked the rest of the way, in freezing cold weather.
One man is going to lose fingers because of frostbite. Who do you think is going to be paying for that healthcare, and for welfare for him, for the rest of his life, because he can’t work now? You bet: Manitoba.
His name is Seidu Mohamed. He’s from Ghana, which is one of the few countries in Africa that is free.
One of the reasons that it’s free, is that it’s a largely Christian country. Mohamed is Muslim. There is no persecution of Muslims in Ghana. There is no anti-black racism in Ghana — it’s an all-black country. But he’s still a “refugee.”
But even if this Mohamed character was fleeing some real threat of violence in Ghana, that stopped when he went to a second, third, fourth, fifth country. There are no refugees from Minnesota.
This is a conman. The U.S. was going to deport him.
Now you’ve got millions of illegal immigrants in the U.S., and Donald Trump says they've got to go.
The question we need to ask ourselves as Canadians is: Are we going to let them go — up here?
We know what Justin Trudeau thinks. What do you think?
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