The new immigration minister has been answering questions about the Syrian migrants that Justin Trudeau rushed into Canada. Ahmed Hussen told Parliament:
Only 10 per cent of Trudeau-sponsored, Trudeau-picked Syrian Muslim migrants are working, one full year later. Compared to fifty percent of those who were privately sponsored.
“Privately sponsored”: That’s local churches and community groups coming forward, with their own money; helping refugees make friends, learn the language, integrate, learn English or French, get a job. They’re five times more successful than Trudeau’s Syrians.
(There’s also another major difference of course. The privately sponsored refugees are disproportionately Christian.)
But being unemployed is about the least malignant thing that can happen. Yesterday in Toronto, three Muslim men were accused of kidnapping and raping a young woman. Last month, a Syrian migrant, one of Trudeau’s hand-picked ones, was accused of sexually assaulting six different teenaged girls at the West Edmonton Mall waterpark.
It’s in our schools too: Here’s Faith Goldy talking to a junior high school girl from Halifax about how the Canadian girls are treated by the Syrian boys — and when I say boys, of course, men of up to 21 years old, who are being dumped into our schools.
What will it take? What will it take to stop this? Rotherham-style mass gang rapes? London-style terrorist attacks? Or will anything stop it?
Wake me up when the Conservative Party of Canada has anything to say against this madness.
Outspoken columnist Kurt Schlichter joins me to talk about the “Rockville rape.”
White House press secretary Sean Spicer has said that the assault of a 14-year-old girl by an illegal immigrant proves the rightness of President Trump’s policies.
Toronto Sun columnist Anthony Furey comes on to discuss the growing opposition to M103, the Liberals’ anti-Islamophobia motion.
He calls the pending motion “a debacle” and “a trial balloon for something much bigger.”