(Jerry Agar guest hosts for Ezra Levant tonight...) A new Angus Reid poll about the Trudeau Liberals’ $10.5 million deal with terrorist Omar Khadr shows 71 per cent of Canadians say the prime minister did the wrong thing.
Conservatives were most against, at 91 per cent, but Liberals were 61 per cent against, and NDP voters, 64 per cent.
One fascinating detail from the polling is whether Canadians believe that Khadr is still a threat:
It turns out that the number of Canadians who agree Khadr remains a potential threat has grown – from just over half to two-thirds – since his release from prison in 2015.
And Trudeau did the cowardly thing and left the country before he announcement was made.
So now the most important question:
Will this issue sink the Liberals in the next election?
PLUS: I have never personally met a woman who wants the freedom to go topless at public pools, or anywhere in public really.
But an anonymous woman is apparently planning to take Cornwall, Ontario, and a number of hotels, to the Human Rights Court over this issue.
This isn’t a larger social issue that cries out for remedy. It is really about someone saying, “Look at me, look at me.”
Unfortunately, these kangaroo courts have the power to enforce the tyranny of a tiny minority over the majority.
TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Dr. Brett Belchetz, a practicing emergency room physician and co-founder of Maple, a for-pay online Canadian clinic; and Bob Yaciuk, leader of the Ontario Trillium Party.