Justin Trudeau doesn’t like Christians, or at least Christians who “mean it”. Prior to the last federal election, he banned any pro-life Christians from running as Liberal candidates.
Of course he does have pro-life MPs, even cabinet ministers:
The vast majority of practicing Sikhs and Muslims are pro-life, and Trudeau doesn’t ban them.
Just pro-life Christians.
This year, Trudeau started demanding that religiously motivated do-gooders who want to apply for the government's summer jobs grants program had to renounce their views, if they contradicted Trudeau’s own political ideology, particularly on abortion and trans rights.
We already know that more than 1,400 applications were rejected because of this religious ban.
But here's Candice Malcolm's new report in the Sun:
"Controversial Islamic groups receive Canada Summer Jobs Grants”
According to a government database listing recipients of the Canada Summer Jobs grant, both the Canada Arab Federation (CAF) and the Anatolia Islamic Centre have been approved for federal funding in 2018.
Do you think those groups swore an attestation that they support Trudeau’s personal views on abortion and transgenderism?
And if they did, do you think they meant it in any way?
TONIGHT I'll tell you more about CAF and the Anatolia Islamic Centre, and you'll see why I don't believe they really agree with Justin Trudeau’s pro-abortion, pro-trans views.
I typed the words "Islam" and "Muslims" in to the list of summer grants recipients.
I found 71 groups — and that’s just in Ontario — who received summer jobs grants.
Again, I don't believe they agree with Trudeau's positions on these topics, either.
But of course, that attestation was never meant for Muslims, just like Trudeau’s ban on pro-life candidates was never meant for Muslims.
Just for Christians.
My friends, the war on Christians is a lot worse than just saying, “seasons greetings” instead of Merry Christmas...
NEXT: One small business is now suing the Trudeau government over the Canada Summer Jobs Grant attestation.
I talk with Bill and Rhea Lynne Anderson of A-1 Irrigation & Technical Services, and their lawyer, John Carpay, of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms.
THEN: Over two years ago, we reported on Justin Trudeau's demands for multi-million dollar renovations to the PM's official resident before he'd agree to live there (including a new $275,000 indoor pool...)
Tonight, Manny Montenegrino, president of ThinkSharp, comes on to update us on this ongoing saga.
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