Trudeau Statement On 4-Year Anniversary Of National War Memorial Terrorist Attack Doesn’t Mention ‘Terrorism,’ & Refers To ‘Fear-Mongering’ And ‘Inclusion’

Rather than confronting the reality of Islamist terror, Trudeau ignores the fact that the terrorists were ISIS-inspired and lectures Canadians instead.

Justin Trudeau is facing criticism following his statement on the fourth anniversary of the terrorist attack on the National War Memorial and Parliament Hill.

Trudeau’s statement can be viewed below:

“The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the four-year anniversary of the attack at the National War Memorial and Parliament Hill:

“Four years ago today, a tragic and senseless attack at the National War Memorial and Parliament Hill in Ottawa claimed the life of Corporal Nathan Cirillo, a sentry at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and left several others injured.

“On this sombre anniversary, we remember Corporal Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent, who was killed two days earlier in a separate attack in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec. Our thoughts are with their families and friends, and all those affected by these attacks.

“As we pay tribute to these fallen members of the Canadian Armed Forces, we also pay our respects to the brave first responders and members of our Parliamentary family who acted without hesitation to keep us safe.

“As Canadians, we will not surrender to hatred, and let attacks like these divide us. In the face of cowardly violence and fear mongering, we will not compromise our most cherished values – freedom, democracy, diversity, and inclusion.

“Today, I encourage everyone to show gratitude to the valiant Canadians in uniform, past and present. Their dedication and service protect and defend everything that Canada stands for.””

Many Canadians condemned Trudeau’s politically-motivated comments, including Sun Media columnist Anthony Furey:

“This is really stooping to a new low. Trudeau uses the anniversary of the death of Nathan Cirillo to basically chastise Canadians for “fear mongering” about “diversity”:”

Here’s what people are saying about it:

“So Trudeau used this moment to make a campaign message. Not nice..”

“This poor excuse of a Canadian leader has zero compassion for Canadians. Zero!”

“Trudeau’s assault on Canadians is unprecedented.”

“PM @JustinTrudeau is clearly not very bright. There is something seriously dysfunctional of him to not blame the jihadi terrorist who killed a Canadian soldier, but instead lectures those of us who could be victims of the ISIS terrorists he is trying to bring back to our country.”

“How delightfully progressive … Please note that for Liberals diversity and inclusion only applies to people who have the same ideological and political views. Anyone else is rabidly excluded and ostracized.”

“Notice the “T” word also missing in his statement? (“Terrorism”)”

“Trudeau is the saddest excuse for a Canadian there is! He doesn’t want us to be Canada anymore! He wants us to be an open border post national state!! Him, and his BFF Butts, are the 2 most dangerous individuals in our amazing country! #TrudeauMustGo”

Spencer Fernando

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