Six months after Justin Trudeau airlifted the first “Syrian refugees” to Canada, they’re clogging Canada’s food banks and welfare lines — and bringing sexual harassment, bullying and anti-Semitism into our otherwise tolerant schools.
It’s impossible to rush through so many people while doing proper security checks, let alone health checks, as the law requires. So we didn’t do them.
(The “Syrian” migrant who marched with Justin Trudeau in Toronto’s gay Pride parade, who actually came from Egypt, also has HIV.)
As a senior civil servant has testified before Parliament, we’re not really taking Syrian refugees anyway. They’re from places like Jordan and Lebanon, and some of them now want to go back home.
If Jews had fled Nazi Germany in 1940, and made it to Canada, and the food wasn’t great and the hotel was small — do you think they’d be musing about going back to Berlin?
So why are we still briging "Syrian refugees" here, to the tune of 50,000 every year, according to Justin’s plan?
I think I know…
NEXT: I’m joined by Liberal Toronto City Councillor Justin Diciano. He and Nick Kouvalis of Campaign Research Inc. just launched a grassroots campaign called Keeping Voting Simple, to push back against the Liberals’ election reforms.
THEN Edmonton Sun columnist Lorne Gunter and I discuss Justin Trudeau’s decision to double down on his opposition to the Northern Gateway pipeline.
FINALLY: Your messages to me — and a BIG announcement about the Rebel's Lauren Southern.