Liberal MP Faces Growing Criticism For Absurd Claim That Seeking A Colour-Blind Society “Contributes To Racism”

Apparently, the Trudeau Liberals think that dividing people by their race is better than judging people by the content of their character.

As I reported yesterday, Conservative MP Maxime Bernier and Liberal MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes have been going back and forth on Twitter after Bernier criticized the Trudeau Liberals for using the term “racialized” to divide Canadians by race, and Chavannes then absurdly claimed that Bernier’s goal of a colour-blind society “contributes to racism.”

As you can imagine, people were not happy with Caesar-Chavannes’ comments, especially considering that the vast majority of Canadians want to see our country judge people by the content of their character, not race. Apparently, Caesar-Chavannes thinks its okay to imply that all of us are racist for wanting people to be treated the same.

Caesar-Chavannes had also told Bernier to “be quiet,” which generated even more outrage.

Seeing public opinion turn against her, Caesar-Chavannes tried making an apology, but she notably didn’t apologize for insinuating that all of us who want a colour-blind society are basically racists.

Here’s how it played out on Twitter, with Bernier continuing to fight back against Caesar-Chavannes’ implications of racism:

Bernier noted that both Caesar-Chavannes and Ahmed Hussen haven’t apologized for implying that Bernier was racist:

Bernier makes a great point. Common-sense Canadians need to push back against the efforts of social justice warriors to silence those who disagree with them.

As we know, Celina Caesar-Chavannes just said publicly what the Trudeau government obviously believes: Everyone who disagrees with them should be silenced.

That’s why their threats to regulate social media and bring in new laws on internet speech are so dangerous. If they think people like Bernier are ‘racist’ for supporting the equal treatment of people from all races, just imagine how they would use the power of government to shut down their opponents.

Spencer Fernando

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