Justin Trudeau’s Syrian refugee rush has been fraught with costly problems and broken promises as we’ve documented all along but now as December looms, we’re about to enter what some municipal officials have been calling, “Month 13”, and they’re dreading it.
This in a nutshell is when the federal support for the refugees disappears and they now become the responsibility of municipal or provincial welfare programs.
It didn’t have to be this way but we likely will end up with more than 50% of these refugees on the welfare roles due to poor language skills and a subsequent lack of job skills.
Watch as I explain where things sit at the moment for many refugees, despite Justin Trudeau having promised them the world and selling his flawed plan to Canadians under the guise of being “compassionate”.
I fail to see how this is compassionate but it is a broken promise with results that are not fair to either the Canadian taxpayers or the refugees themselves.
But, will the opposition or the media dare to challenge Trudeau and his Liberals on this and hold him to account?
Or will they back away for fear of being seen as impolite, or bigoted or racist for even daring to ask?