NDP leadership candidate Jagmeet Singh might make history by becoming the first Sikh leader of a major political party in Canada. Some aren’t fine with that but not because he’s Sikh, or a visible minority.
Rather, it’s his support of the anti-free speech motion M-103— sold as an “anti-Islamophobia” motion– that has many justifiably concerned.
One such individual is Jennifer Bush of RISE Canada, a group that has been vocal about the Sharia-ization of Canada, be it the M-103 motion or the introduction of gender-apartheid mini-mosques in publicly-funded schools.
Last week Bush confronted Singh and it was slightly less than civil.
Since that clip was posted to YouTube, Bush has been condemned in numerous PC circles and, of course, she’s been ripped apart by the Media Party.
We caught up with Bush at Ford Fest to get her side of the story regarding her confrontation with Singh.
Watch as I share Jennifer’s story, in her own words.
What do you think? Was Bush too wild? Were her questions fair? Did the media spin the event, as she says — or was she over the top?
Is it racist to press a Sikh leftist as hard as pressing a white leftist?
Did you applaud her style or did it make you cringe?
I’d love to hear your thoughts, so let me know in the comments below!