Justin Trudeau will commemorate anything. He’ll interrupt his schedule to fly half-way across the country to any gay Pride parade, cameras in tow.
But what about commemorating the day when Parliament Hill was attacked by a Muslim terrorist? Tomorrow, October 22, is the two-year anniversary of that dark day:
A Muslim terrorist, inspired by the Islamic State, shot Canadian soldier Nathan Cirillo, who was standing at our national war memorial. Then the terrorist entered the halls of Parliament, hunting for VIP targets. In the end, the Sergeant at Arms killed the terrorist.
But the Canadian government doesn’t care.
"I am not aware of any plans to mark the anniversary this year," Zoltan Csepregi, Manager of Media Relations for Veterans Affairs Canada told CFRA.
Last year, Stephen Harper was still technically the prime minister. The government had a large ceremony at the war memorial. CF-18 jets flew over.
But now Trudeau is the PM — and there’s nothing.
What’s worse, is that he’s setting the conditions for the next deadly terrorist attack on Canada — taking in tens of thousands of unvetted Syrian Muslim migrants...
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