Look at this shocking headline: “‘Collateral victim’ of residential schools gets 15 months for burning child 27 times with cigarette, lighter.”
So a 21-year-old burned a 5-year old girl 27 times. He burned her arms, her face, her genitalia. And then he left this child to wallow in pain. No medical treatment. She’ll be scarred for life.
But the judge sentenced this sadist to just 15 months, because… his grandparents went to residential schools.
So this bleeding heart judge is trying to prove how tolerant and compassionate he is to Aboriginal people — by diminishing the violence done to this child, who is also most likely Aboriginal.
There’s a word for that: racist.
We hear a lot about violence against Aboriginal women, but I’ll tell you some shocking statistics about those crimes that you might not have heard before.
We also hear a lot about “rape culture,” but for some reason, we don’t hear about this real rape culture enabled by judges who think they’re social justice warrior heroes by letting predators go free, on account of race...
NEXT: Jeremy Harrison, a Saskatchewan Party MLA, joins me to talk about his party's recent victory, and why the rest of the country could from his province's politics under Brad Wall’s leadership.
Then Rick Orman, a former Alberta Cabinet Minister, comes on to talk about a new grassroots movement called to unite the Wildrose and the PC Party. What's the plan, and will it work?
PS: You can learn more about Orman's new movement at AlbertaCantWait.com