As we only learned recently, Justin Trudeau took a winter vacation on a private island owned by one of the world’s richest men: the Aga Khan, spiritual leader of the world’s 25 million or so Ismaili Muslims.
The Aga Khan is a good man, a humanitarian. But he’s also a billionaire. And his foundations also receive tens of millions of dollars a year from the Canadian government.
I don’t object — Stephen Harper worked with the Aga Khan to try to strengthen liberal Islam, in Canada and around the world. If every Muslim were like Ismaili Muslims, there would be no terrorism or religious extremism in Islam.
But the point is:
Why is Justin Trudeau staying, for free, at the private island of a billionaire? And why did Trudeau try hard to keep it a secret?
Justin Trudeau modelled his campaign after Hillary Clinton’s — they even shared campaign staff. The Trudeau Foundation looks like a mini version of the Clinton Foundation. We know that Hillary took cheques from foreign dictatorships. Have they or anyone else being sending gifts to Trudeau too?
And if they were, what are the chances we’d even hear about it?
Tonight’s guests: The Rebel’s Candice Malcolm (Stupid Things Trudeau Says); and our new correspondent, Tommy Robinson, who talks about Merkel’s refusal to alter her refugee policy even after the deadly terrorist attack on a Christmas market.
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