Here’s a story I know you haven’t seen:
It has been published nowhere in the English language.
Only the newspaper the Journal de Montreal, and its sister TV station, TVA, have the story:
"The leaders of two mosques pressured an entrepreneur to ensure that there were no women on construction sites near his places of worship on Friday prayers. (...) The measure targets five women, four signalers and one engineer, who had to be reassigned elsewhere."
So that’s the new law of the streets in Montreal: Sharia law. None of this Charter of Rights b.s. Montreal may have a woman mayor; and a feminist male prime minister.
But not in this neighbourhood.
I'll show you more from TVA’s report. They went into the mosque, with a female reporter, who did not cover her hair.
Wait until you see the belligerent little tyrant they interviewed. He says he wants the area "clear" of women. He’s clearly foreign-born. But he wants Montreal women cleared out.
If this were a Christian church — hoo-boy. But it’s not, is it?
Just another day in Justin Trudeau’s Canada...
NEXT: Immigration lawyer Guidy Mamann joins me to talk about how Trump's decision to ramp up the deportation of criminals will further impact Canada.
He says, "2018 will make 2017 look like the good old days..."
THEN: Ryan Mauro and I discuss his new Clarion Project column about this week's ISIS-inspired attempted terror attack in New York City.
Mauro contends that the West needs to emphasize these failures — calling the perpetrators "losers," as Trump has — because these insults hurt the morale of Islamic terrorists and their supporters.
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