We all know that Trudeau's trip to India was a disaster. But here's a brief comment he made in Mumbai that didn't get as much attention as his costumes and dancing and inviting a Liberal-supporter/terrorist to an official dinner.
Trudeau told his listeners that the most common complaint he gets, from businesses and Canadians in general, is that immigration isn’t high enough.
Now, there is some truth that big businesses love immigration, because that means cheap labour.
But I’m not sure how that helps Canadians. They don't think it does, either:
The Liberal government's own poll that shows that only 8 per cent of Canadians want more immigration.
Tonight I'll show you more polls, by French CBC, and Angus Reid, that show similar results.
But here’s the big news, from the CBC:
"Liberals to scrap policy that rejects sick, disabled immigrants; Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says current provision doesn't align with Canadian values of inclusion”
(Weird: I thought we weren’t allowed to enforce Canadian values.)
A single catastrophic health care issue could cost a million dollars to address here in Canada. We can’t be the world’s hospital.
But Ahmed Hussen and Justin Trudeau think we should be.
I’d say Trudeau should start acting like a Canadian, but any politician who thinks a terrorist is a good dinner guest has lost his Canadian values long ago...
TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Clifford D. May of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, on the current situation in Gaza; then author and podcaster Andrew Klavan talks about the media's response to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
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