In January of 2017, a mosque in Quebec City was attacked by a gunman, who murdered six people and wounded 19 more. It was a horrible crime, a tragedy and a shock.
But it was also a golden political opportunity for the left, who are never beneath using a tragedy for their advantage.
The bodies weren’t yet buried. The legal process hadn’t even begun. But the Islamophobia industry had rendered their verdict. And if you object — why, then you’re Islamophobic yourself!
Well, it turns out there won’t be a trial, because Bissonnette has pled guilty.
Normally, Bissonnette's guilty plea would be huge news — but apparently it’s not.
There are 381 stories on the CBC website about Alexandre Bissonnette — 377 of them from the attack, and the year since.
But just four small ones since then.
Why would the CBC publish 40 times more stories about Stormy Daniels than the ending of the greatest Islamophobic massacre in the history of history?
Well, because the facts are that he wasn’t Islamophobic. He was mentally ill. He was on drugs. The publication ban was lifted. His parents are talking to the media. His court statement is now public.
TONIGHT I'll read the whole thing. Decide for yourself whether or not Bissonnette is the Islamophobe the media portrayed him to be so long.
Maybe he’s lying. And I understand why people would think it was an anti-Muslim crime.
But the sole evidence anyone had for the past 15 months was that on Facebook, he clicked “like” on the accounts of Marine Le Pen and Donald Trump — but he also had done so for other politicians on the left, like Jack Layton and left-wing Quebec separatist parties.
But so what? To Justin Trudeau, there is a silver lining: the entire political-media establishment now has their eternal proof that Canada is full of hateful, right wing “terrorists,” and if you ever speak out against open borders immigration or sharia law, you’re probably a terrorist just like him...
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