Heavy hitters from Canada’s self-styled feminist Liberal Party, as well as their cronies in the media (on both sides of the 49th), are coming out in full force to attack one female member of parliament for talking about a case of domestic abuse against a female in Canada.
Why? Because apparently it’s uncouth to discuss domestic abuse when it’s a Syrian refugee behind the beating.
After having spent 14 months in Canada, Mohamad Rafia pleaded guilty to counts of assault causing bodily harm and uttering threats. Mohamad had been threatening to kill his wife, pulling her hair, slapping her and beating her. And, since he’s a new Canadian, his wife-beating weapon of choice wasn’t a “miswak” (that small stick that Mohammed described as ideal to beat you’re wife with).
So, former Minister for the Status of Women Kellie Leitch sent out a tweet linking to the story.
What happened next was truly shocking: Members of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's inner circle began comparing her tweet to an act as reprehensible as domestic violence itself.
These men aren't feminists, they're fakers-- because a real feminist would never diminish domestic abuse to an act on par with tweeting, just because a migrant is serving the blows.