HYPOCRISY: Trudeau Government Denies Funding To Churches Helping Homeless Canadians, But Funds Group Putting On Anti-Semitic Al Quds Day Rally

When confronted on this outrageous hypocrisy, Trudeau brought up Harper again.

Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen is drawing attention to a massive hypocrisy on the part of the Trudeau Lieberals handling of the Canada Summer Jobs Program.

After Justin Trudeau imposed his values test on the program, many organizations that previously got funding were all of a sudden denied.

Among those organizations denied funding are Churches working to help homeless Canadians.

Trudeau took their funding away from them because they wouldn’t agree to sign his authoritarian values attestation.

And yet, even as Churches helping homeless Canadians lose funding, Trudeau is still giving taxpayer dollars to groups spreading hate.

Bergen revealed that one of those groups is an organization involved in the hateful Al Quds Day Rally, which is a terrible anti-Semitic event that calls for the total destruction of Israel.

In Question Period, Bergen confronted Trudeau on this hypocrisy.

But instead of doing the right thing and acknowledging the problem (and pledging to block all taxpayer funds to Al Quds Day), Trudeau instead tried to attack the Conservatives on the abortion issue. He even went back to his most pathetic tactic: Bringing up Stephen Harper’s name again.

Watch the exchange below:

As Canadians, we must all now confront a disturbing truth: Under Justin Trudeau groups that spread anti-Semitism can get taxpayer dollars, while Churches helping our homeless citizens get stripped of their support. That sends a deeply troubling message about the true priorities and values of the Trudeau government.

Spencer Fernando

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