February 10, 2019

These Toronto hotels’ only “guests” are illegal migrants — while homeless citizens camp in the snow

David MenziesMission Specialist

While Toronto’s domestic homeless must go to shelters or even sleep under elevated expressways, Justin Trudeau’s increasing number of illegal migrants are given the royal treatment at Toronto hotels.


On the other hand, The Rebel received rather inhospitable treatment while trying to report at one such hotel, Toronto Radisson Hotel East.

Watch as I show you why this problem is just going to keep getting worse for taxpayers as the city struggles to find ways to accommodate ever more of Justin’s “irregulars.”

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commented 2019-02-12 14:43:19 -0500
David, please stop using the word irregular, even as a jest.
commented 2019-02-11 20:03:09 -0500
I wonder how many cpc played like the democrats do, and didn’t sign the anti global migration compact petition because Max put his name to it? Rempel could have sponsored it for example, but did not. I know Scheer and Rempel made not a peep about it. They didn’t promote it at all. I would hope that there were many cpc members who would have signed, regardless of whether they backed Scheer or Bernier. It is of benefit to all of us to have this UN agreement sent to the shredder.
commented 2019-02-11 19:47:12 -0500
There is still time to sign Max’s petition, Charred Remains.
commented 2019-02-11 19:46:27 -0500
No no no! I did not start that petition. Please see the quotation marks, and read Bernier’s tweet. Max Bernier sponsored the petition and will see to it being read in the house sometime after the closing date on Feb. 21.

https://twitter.com/MaximeBernier/status/1094969629531914240
QUOTE BY Maxime Bernier, “65,500 Canadians signed the petition that I sponsored asking the Canadian government to withdraw from the Global Compact for Migration.”
commented 2019-02-11 16:28:04 -0500
Heck, you can’t get more classist that the upper crust Trudeau’s putting potential islamists over the safety of all Canadians.
Of course he’ll favour dangerous people then pretend to cry when Melissa Chen died at the hands of a perverted, racist and murderous refugee.
commented 2019-02-11 16:19:07 -0500
Classism.
Can’t hate the big “C” Conservaties for it if its rampant in other parties.
Heck, even the muslims are guilty of it with blacks & non whites.
commented 2019-02-11 16:12:39 -0500
Yes, lots to fix, and that’s why we shouldn’t let out governments guilt us into making our problems worse by inviting in the third world en masse.. Canada gets the doormat of the century award. Barr none!
commented 2019-02-11 15:33:42 -0500
God, that’s even how the manager of the Raddison acted in my opinion.
How did he act when his demands were not satisfied?
commented 2019-02-11 15:22:12 -0500
In my belief, dictating the physical terms of a forced defeat can be contrived as a threat Liza.
You can’t tell someone to back off or else like Trudeau did to Wilson Raybould with her job. I’m paraphrasing here. Same goes with migrants demanding the Raddison or else they trash the city!
commented 2019-02-11 15:06:30 -0500
The arguement is fairness, Liza.
We have more homeless in public places spreading disease in my belief.
As for the forked tongue…
It depends on the content for any gov’t.
On a case by case analysis. You can be judged in your sentence by your past behaviour only if found guilty.
During the trial only the motive and evidence matters.
And you can’t be judged for the crimes of others unless its a defence.
Same goes with question period.
With a campaign for leadership, anything can be thrown in the fan outside the formalities of gov’t decorum and rules.
commented 2019-02-11 14:44:02 -0500
Forked tongue. Warrior and victim as it suits. Duplicitous, fickle. That’s how our disingenuous master-baiter government and its programmed ‘helpers’ contort and confuse. In Islam they call it taqiyya but its the same damn subterfuge tactic.
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Bringing in more disease because our homeless are probably diseased anyway, is an argument?
commented 2019-02-11 14:29:51 -0500
Since we have our own problems, lets bring in the problems of every shit hole country around the globe so we have more! Yeah that sounds like a great idea! Fill up our hotels, and apt. buildings…..lets reintroduce all the disease’s we have irradiated in the west and hike up that crime rate. Yay! Sanctuary cities!

Screw Canadian homeless, seniors, vets and drug addled thrown away teens. Let them starve and die like dogs in the street, we have migrants to attend to. Migrants are a much bigger(now), lower class for politicians to bribe, use and if not worth bothering with, use as sticks to beat us with. Yeah, fck our homeless, bring on illegals from the entire South American continent and those from Islamic taken countries. Canadians will be happy to give over everything just for them……. because white guilt or something?

Yeah, no.
commented 2019-02-11 14:16:45 -0500
Its a far cry to say I personally attacked you because I don’t like your commentary and said put your facts “in a shredder” Muta Ween compared to what I’m going through now.
I don’t have a thin skin even when you suggested I just stick to raising kids. You’re entitled to your opinion and despite finding your name offensive, your facts disagreeable among other behaviours, I’d never treat you based on your background but rather on your ideas.
Promise. If I’m wrong in the future, call me out like I deserve.
I’ve got a temper that needs to be kept in check too.
I’m sorry if I hurt your feelings beyond its fairness.
commented 2019-02-11 13:45:37 -0500
Those who want to screen migrants for diseases… Make sure you include the homeless because there is a needle exchange for a reason.
commented 2019-02-11 13:44:00 -0500
I think on the whole, those that are homeless in Canada usually have an addictions problem and fuel that addiction through crime & prostition.
Or they do crimes for gang members as payment for their drugs.
I don’t have any sympathy for a drug addict.
commented 2019-02-11 13:36:06 -0500
Okay, moving on.
commented 2019-02-11 12:37:49 -0500
There is a huge phenomenon called “Glass cliffing” that usually I see throughout politics bit they’re really doing with the Liberals lately.
Its where you put women in impossible leadership roles they’re not qualified for when a crisis is about to happen. Then once the crisis gets worse, the men shove her career off a cliff.
The women of color kicking Trudeau’s politcal butt for it is something I love deeply and wish to see more of throughout the political realm.
commented 2019-02-11 12:22:45 -0500
I don’t even think Bernier has addressed migrants in Hotels and I forgot my favourite woman, Ms. MacLeod of the Ford gov’t holding Hussen to account on MANY occasions.
GOOD WOMAN. Love her.
Next Premier of Ontario if I had a say on the matter.
commented 2019-02-11 12:15:24 -0500
That’s it,
Everybody is obsessed with me.
Everybody wants to take down the heretic. I might as well get used to it.
I like FACTS. They’re not personal and not prying.
Like how irregular migrants are only being addressed to Ahmed Hussen in gentle terms because their afraid of an attack on Ford & the Toronto mayor.
That can easily be flipped back on Hussen by stating how much it would cost to disperse these migrants which is something Ford has addressed if not Remple too to my knowledge.
If Hussen is wrong, go for it Conservatives. Get loud, break it down. Hammer the Liberals like Scheer is actually doing lately.
You may not like his image but that’s not a fact on comptency. He could use a little sass from Bernier. But Scheer is the one with the competent army. Frankly, he whipped that army in line behind the scenes I believe.
Scheer can handle more than you think. MSM shows it even though they don’t want to in some cases.
Maybe because the Conservatives secretly won’t back out of the bail out even though they critized it? I don’t know.
Moving on.
commented 2019-02-11 11:04:13 -0500
Look, Muta Ween.
We’re on the same side.
I resent being ruled over by Justin Trudeau and his sanctimonious crap dictating my life and sweet nothings to placate the abuse he serves on the tax payer.
Those refugees should be tossed North instead of wonderful high rises as a bribe so they don’t trash the city of Toronto.
The homeless are not an easy problem too. I think more money needs to go to social services to process these jerks but frankly, housing is not a right.
Okay? If JT tries to dictate to me about how crappy I am and think he can smile to the camera to appease me, he’s going to get his ass voted out in haste.
commented 2019-02-11 10:37:52 -0500
I studied stats too Muta Ween.
In fact, I pissed off the teacher because I solved problems without doing the math. Nice guy though.
commented 2019-02-11 10:30:35 -0500
I didn’t like the stats.
Those immigrants from dictatorships could be fleeing dictatorships.
Where are the stats and polls that show THEIR political leanings?
Muta Ween?