On Sunday, NHL star and son of Toronto Maple Leafs enforcer Tie Domi called out Canada's immigration policies after a terror attack in Edmonton was committed by a Somali refugee.
Domi tweeted, “Really hope everyone in Edmonton is ok. We're behind you. This is why we have to be aware of some of the people we let into our country.”
After leftists attacked the Coyotes forward for his views, he posted three consecutive tweets defending his position. “The amount of people that turn what I said into something negative is exactly what's wrong with this world.”
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“I was not disrespecting any race or religion. I'm talking about the bad people that can come over here and harm our country. #isis,” he said. “Do you care if anyone comes into our country and causes harm to our friends and family. Seriously. Let's have a conversation about this.”
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