In case you missed my segment with Ezra Levant on Rebel Media.
Conservative MP Kellie Leitch is absolutely right: the refugee program has brought into Canada innumerable refugees with values that we would regard as misogynistic and hateful, as well as violent.
Trudeau cannot say that his is a feminist government unless and until he tells these refugees that they have to leave their misogyny at the border.
But he cannot and will not do that, because doing so would be “Islamophobic.”
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Trudeau’s “feminist” Liberals side with Muslim immigrants — even if they’re wife-beaters
Ezra Levant, Rebel Commander, June 20, 2017:
As we told you earlier, a thug, Mohamed Rafia, was brought to Canada by Justin Trudeau as part of the Syrian refugee scam.
Rafia hated living in Canada. He didn’t know the language, didn’t like the food, didn’t have any friends, didn’t have a job.
So this man was convicted of beating his wife with a stick. He told the court that he just didn’t know you weren’t allowed to do that here.
Conservative MP Kellie Leitch tweeted about this crime:
“A battered wife and a bloodied hockey stick. That’s the legacy of Trudeau’s Syrian refugee program”
Not a word of that is false. But the Liberals know what side they’re on:
The side of Muslim migrants, even if they’re wife-beaters. So Trudeau’s chief of staff replied, in part:
“It’s what she believes and whom she is. History won’t be kind”
History won’t be kind to the woman who calls out wife-beaters? I don’t get it.
And what about Ahmed Hussen, the Muslim migrant to Canada who is now our immigration minister?
He said that domestic violence is “clearly something that we abhor and we condemn” — but then Hussen added:
“What Ms. Leitch is doing is equally reprehensible because (…) he’s tying that in with our refugee policy.”
But it is tied to refugee policy. We’re importing people from a misogynist rape culture.
And look at how he Hussen characterizes a man who beats his wife for half an hour, and a politician who tweets about that wife-beater. Are those really “equally reprehensible”?
Did Ahmed Hussen really mean that? Or is he just channeling his boss, Trudeau?
NEXT: Anti-jihad activist Pamela Geller joins me to talk about this troubling story, which sees high powered “progressive” men essentially telling women to shut up about abuse — as long as the abuser is a Muslim (and potential Liberal voter.)
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