DISGRACEFUL: Number Of Illegal Border Crossers Being Housed In Montreal Almost Equals City’s Homeless Population

It’s an absolute disgrace that those who broke Canada’s laws are being prioritized ahead of Canadian citizens in need of help.

As I’ve said before, every government has limited resources. That means governments must set priorities. And for there to be any sense of justice, that priority must be first and foremost to take care of our own citizens.

Yet, that’s not what politicians like Justin Trudeau or Denis Coderre are doing. Instead, they’re putting the needs of those who broke Canada’s laws ahead of Canadian citizens.

Case in point: The number of illegal border crossers being housed in Montreal – at taxpayers expense – is now close to the number of homeless people in Montreal.

Montreal’s homeless population was found to be slightly over 3,000 in a 2015 survey. Now, it’s been revealed that there are 2,440 illegal border crossers being housed in the city as of now.

If the government can “afford” to help those in Canada illegally, why haven’t they helped homeless Canadians?

This is a total disgrace.

Our so-called “enlightened” leaders are taking our tax dollars and refusing to spend them on our own Canadian citizens, and are instead using the money on those who broke our laws and entered the country without Canada’s permission.

This sends a horrible message, and it’s yet more evidence that Canadians are being disgracefully betrayed by our corrupt elitist “leaders.”

We must defeat all of those who refuse to stand up for our citizens, and send a clear message that it’s long past time that we put our own citizens first.

Spencer Fernando


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