The sick thinking of the far-left continues spreading throughout our increasingly corrupt system.
In the wake of the ruling striking down Doug Ford’s Bill 5 that would have slashed Toronto City Council, it turns out that the judge who struck down Ford’s legislation had made a past ruling in favour of Omar Khadr.
As shared by David Jacobs on Twitter, it turns out that judge Edward Belobaba is the same judge who ruled against Tabitha Speer – the widow of U.S. Sgt. Christopher Speer who Khadr admitted to killing in Afghanistan.
The ruling against reducing the size of Toronto's City Council is brought to you by the same judge who let Omar Kahdr keep his $10.5 million.
— David Jacobs (@DrJacobsRad) September 10, 2018
The decision by Justice Belobaba meant that Khadr could keep his disgusting $10.5 million taxpayer-funded payout from Trudeau:
As reported at the time by Macleans, “A judge in Toronto has dismissed a request to freeze Omar Khadr’s assets.
Justice Edward Belobaba said the request for an injunction from the widow of an American soldier killed in Afghanistan was “extraordinary” and the decision to reject it was not difficult in law.
Tabitha Speer and a former U.S. soldier had asked for the injunction to preserve any money the federal government paid Khadr for breaching his rights. Ottawa reportedly paid the former Guantanamo Bay prisoner $10.5 million last week.”
It’s the same judge who ruled against the duly-elected Ford Government:
“In a scathing decision, Superior Court Justice Edward Belobaba said Ford and his Progressive Conservatives interfered with the right to freedom of expression for both candidates and voters when the province enacted the Better Local Government Act last month.”
This shows how deeply the far-left mindset has come to dominate the corrupt system. When we’ve reached the point where a judge sides with Omar Khadr, yet goes against the duly-elected provincial government, we know that the system is deeply sick, upside-down, and broken.
And making it all the worse, we’re forced to pay taxes into the very system that constantly insults and betrays us. Clearly, we must give citizens far more direct control over the tenure of judges in this country, because the way things are going now can’t be allowed to continue.