February 26, 2018

Trudeau denies friendship with convicted Sikh terrorist — but they look “pretty chummy” in these photographs

Ezra LevantRebel Commander


Justin Trudeau is finally back from his long family vacation in India — paid for by you.

Every single Indian newspaper was just disastrous in their coverage, and not just about his weird costumes and dancing. Trudeau also invited a convicted terrorist, who once tried to assassinate an Indian cabinet minister, to dinner!

I’m talking about Jaspal Atwal.

A Sikh separatist, he tried to kill an Indian cabinet minister who was visiting Canada. He was convicted and sentenced. Unrepentant.

But there are photos of Atwal with Sophie Trudeau at an official Justin Trudeau reception in India. And with Amarjeet Sohi, a Trudeau cabinet minister.

Trudeau claimed that the terrorist was invited to dinner by a backbench MP, Randeep Sarai.

Except the Canadian High Commission in India doesn’t take instructions from backbench MPs. It all goes through the Deparment of International Affairs, and the prime minister’s office, and surely the RCMP and CSIS, too.

The terrorist himself isn’t shy about chatting about his buddy Trudeau. He told the Canadian Press:

"We know each other. He knows my name, he'll come and say, 'Hey Jas, how you doing?' We have a good relationship I never see any problem," he said in the interview on Saturday. "But now he says, 'Oh Jaspal's not supposed to be here, this and that.' It surprised me."

But Trudeau's spokesman said the prime minister and Atwal are not friends. Weird: They look pretty chummy in pictures of them together...

Tonight I'll review other terrorist supporters Trudeau has met with.

If I have to choose between Trudeau’s version, or the terrorist’s version — I’m going to have to believe the terrorist...

TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Sun columnist Candice Malcolm joins me for more about Trudeau's India trip; then John Cardillo updates us on the FireScottIsrael.com campaign.

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commented 2018-02-26 20:20:21 -0500
Makes me wonder who is funding Trudeau.