Rather than condemn Khadr’s actions, Trudeau attacks the previous Canadian government. Pathetic.
Today in Question Period, Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer asked the question millions of Canadians want answered: Why did Justin Trudeau give $10.5 million in Canadian taxpayers money to Omar Khadr when the previous government had already fulfilled any “legal duty” to Khadr by repatriating him?
Trudeau’s response was weak, and also disturbing.
Not only did he refuse to condemn Khadr’s actions, or in any way hold Khadr responsible for what took place, he actually said “Khadr’s behaviour” isn’t the “issue.” Then, he blamed it all on previous governments, taking zero responsibility for his own disgraceful actions.
First of all, the “behaviour” of Khadr that Trudeau is so keen to downplay was the killing of an American soldier. Why would Trudeau leave that out? And second, Scheer correctly points out that the previous government repatriated Khadr and thus fulfilled any so-called “duty” the government had. Yet Trudeau then decided anyway to give Khadr even more money with his massive disgusting payment.
Also, notice how Trudeau says “Khadr,” when giving his answer. What’s up with that?
Watch the Question Period exchange below:
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Trudeau’s answer was pathetic and disturbing, and it makes him look almost more sympathetic to Khadr rather than to previous Canadian governments. To think that someone with that mindset is in the Prime Minister’s office is deeply concerning for our country.
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