O’Regan and the Liberals seem to find lots of money to give to foreign countries. But when it comes to helping people in our own country, they’re nowhere to be found.
While the Trudeau Liberals fly around the world giving away our taxpayer dollars, there are some horrible things happening here at home.
You may not have seen it much in the media, but there is an ongoing water crisis in Attawapiskat.
Things are now so bad that children are getting nosebleeds just from taking a bath.
That has led NDP MP Charlie Angus to ask #WhereIsSeamus, referring to Indigenous services minister Seamus O’Regan:
“What worries me is when my baby gets nose bleeds when I give her a bathe.” – Attawapiskat mother.
This is the face of the water crisis in Attawapiskat. No more band-aids. It’s time for @SeamusORegan to show up. #whereisSeamus”
What worries me is when my baby gets nose bleeds when I give her a bathe." – Attawapiskat mother.
This is the face of the water crisis in Attawapiskat.
No more band-aids.
It's time for @SeamusORegan to show up.#whereisSeamus pic.twitter.com/SCu6eK1dGO
— Charlie Angus NDP (@CharlieAngusNDP) July 17, 2019
This is absolutely appalling, and there’s no way it should be happening in Canada.
How the hell can the Trudeau government claim we can afford to give money to foreign nations and non-Canadians, yet we can’t fix a horrendous water crisis causing Canadian children to have nosebleeds during baths?
And really, where is Seamus O’Regan?
Why isn’t he in Attawapiskat right now making this an issue of top national attention. It would take less then a day to call in contractors to get the infrastructure fixed. The government clearly has the money. So why hasn’t it happened?
Well, aside from their total incompetence, the fact is that the Trudeau government would rather go overseas and get some fawning foreign press articles written about them then actually focus on their job here at home to help Canadian citizens.
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