Canadians are outraged that she tried to use the horrific tragedy to score political points against Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives.
Recently, I reported on this disgusting Tweet from Catherine McKenna:
“I spoke to parents at Ottawa Main Mosque today whose kids are too scared to pray & go to school. In Canada. Meanwhile Andrew Scheer has to be called out before he can call out Islamophobia. We all need to stand together against racism, hatred & violence of all kinds. All of us.”
It was an absolutely disgusting move by McKenna, as she’s trying to use the aftermath of a tragedy to score political points.
And she’s facing a big backlash for the comments, as you can see in how people responded to her online:
Vile partisan posturing.
— Tyler Păduraru (@tylerpaduraru) March 16, 2019
Lovely how you immediately politicise it to critique your opponents.
Never let a tragedy go to waste!
— Ryan Smyth (@_Ryan_Smyth_) March 16, 2019
Yup. Time for YOU to step down.
— ddobell (@ddobell) March 17, 2019
What about those of us who don't understand why Andrew Scheer has to be "called out"? We should also "stand together" with a Liberal politician turning a tragedy into a campaign ad?
— Barbara Kay (@BarbaraRKay) March 16, 2019
I'm going to be honest with you. Not the right time.
— Seyed Ali Taghva (@Ali_Taghva) March 16, 2019
Fear mongering, Politicians do it best.
— edmrobert (@edmrobert) March 16, 2019
You’re part of the problem. All people need to be able to relate to one another. Haven’t you noticed the more you push the more there is a problem.
— Mrs. Ruth (@RuthRogul) March 16, 2019
Terrible – even for @cathmckenna.
— Colin MacNeil (@ColinGMacNeil) March 17, 2019
— Nega Greg (@nega_greg) March 17, 2019
Why don’t you go and talk to Christian children in Syrian Churches, they are probably afraid to worship too. Why do you have to politicize a tragedy, you are disgusting, why not focus on violence by all, not just what fits the fashionable Liberal agenda of the day.
— PaulF (@PaulFlanders) March 17, 2019
This is terrible politicizing
— Marquis (@ewanishin) March 17, 2019
Holy shit, does it ever stop with you? Stop trying to politicize this stuff. Your absolutely ridiculous. I can’t wait to see you and Trudeau voted out. Want to talk climate change? Ask why Trudeau flew to and fro same day. 1346L of fuel per hour……
— Rob (@TREXROBW) March 17, 2019
Sentence 2 is not leadership, not even close – do better…raise the bar
— Flemming Rasmussen (@fgrazz) March 17, 2019
No. Please delete and retweet without the middle paragraph. It ruins the sentiment of "standing together" of the last paragraph as it causes division.
If you want to point out Scheer needing 15h to get it right (like I have myself), do it in a separate tweet.
— Dark Netwerk ☘ (@DarkNetwerk) March 16, 2019
Have you apologized yet?
— Carl Barrett (@aviator1963) March 17, 2019
I honestly cannot believe how corrosive your government is.
— Steve M Outdoors (@TheRockLongo) March 16, 2019
— Daniel Sinclair (@dsincla) March 17, 2019
I stand together with people of all races, religions and political leanings to condemn anyone using death to garner political advantage.
— Clayton (@Pass_The_Dip) March 17, 2019
That’s just a sample of how Canadians are responding, as McKenna’s comment continues to elicit outrage and cause more anger and division.
We are seeing clear as day that the Trudeau Liberals intend to divide Canadians and tear the country apart in order to try and win the next election, and all Canadians must stand against their divisive and dangerous tactics.
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