Despite being oceans away from the war torn Middle East and North Africa, and despite having the safe and peaceful United States as our neighbour: Justin Trudeau’s Canada is now facing a refugee crisis.
Just four months into 2017, we’re already over the 50 per cent mark of last year’s total refugees (23,895).
And, we have already surpassed the total number refugee claims we saw in 2013 (10,370) by roughly 2,000.
Canada is on track to accept about double our recent intake; but, who are these people and where are they coming from?
If you can believe it, Canada actually received more refugee claims from the US than we did from Somalia, Mexico, or Sudan.
And it’s about to get worse.
Canada’s refugee queue is so badly backlogged, the integrity of our entire system is now at risk.
And, while these numbers are staggering, they don’t communicate yet another threat and hidden figure:
Migrants who are not intercepted by RCMP.
Those who have, say, walked across the border who have not been processed by CBSA or IRCC. And now, it is completely possible that those people will go on to live and work in our country illegally for an indefinite period of time.
Numbers don’t lie and I fear we are only at the very beginning of this crisis.
That’s why this week, I’m travelling to Emerson, Manitoba, the town at the very front line of this illegal migrant invasion, where border agents say roughly half of those walking into our country are reported to have serious criminal records.
Canada’s Prime Minister created this crisis and he’s even had the audacity to go on record saying Canadians are “proud” of it, that we see this as “positive and exciting”.
But Justin Trudeau has not gone to Emerson, to talk to the people who have had illegals pounding on their door in the middle of the night and who have seen public resources totally overwhelmed by economic opportunists and fake refugees from the world over.
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