Trudeau’s answer – from a piece of paper filled with talking points – was weak and pathetic.
Justin Trudeau apparently thinks the answer to dealing with returning ISIS fighters is to provide “community engagement,” and “reintegration services,” as if people who fought for one of the most horrific organizations in human history just need a little “support.”
Showing a level of toughness and passion that patriotic Canadians will appreciate, Andrew Scheer slammed Trudeau for his terrible approach, demanded answers, and pointed out how brutal returning ISIS fighters really are.
#QP @AndrewScheer Can PM explain what reintegration service would look like for people who’ve committed atrocities? @CanadianPM We take Cdns’ security seriously. Carefully monitor trends. Recognize returns could have security implications. pic.twitter.com/1b3kyuPTtU
— CPAC (@CPAC_TV) November 20, 2017
The world has been turned upside down
We live in a world that seems to have been turned upside down. ISIS is an organization that has committed some of the most heinous acts of violence imaginable – as Scheer accurately pointed out. In every possible way, the goals of ISIS are 100% opposed to what we believe as Canadians, and anyone who fought for them must not be allowed back into the country.
The idea that someone could fight for ISIS and then not only face zero punishment, but also get taxpayer-funded “reintegration services” is insane and disgusting.
The fact that Trudeau could muster up zero emotion and just read weak talking points off a piece of paper is embarrassing and disturbing. Canadians deserve a government that takes strong action to keep us safe, and that’s something Justin Trudeau is clearly incapable of doing.
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