Instead Of Whining About Criticism, Canada’s Supreme Court Should Stop Skewing Things In Favour Of Criminals

If Wagner and other judges want to be respected by Canadians, they can start by actually keeping dangerous criminals locked up in prisons.

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Richard Wagner – Chief Justice of The Supreme Court of Canada – is whining about supposed “political attacks on the independence and impartiality of courts and judges.”

Wagner’s whining is typical of the kind of totally backwards attitude among many atop Canada’s failing institutions:

They think they should get to fail over and over again, with zero accountability.

Then, when Canadians notice the failure and get upset about it, we get demonized for noticing.

There’s no introspection.

No thought of taking responsibility.

No thought of improving performance.

Just pathetic whining.

Meanwhile, life gets worse for Canadians.

Crime keeps going up, because the soft on crime justice system now seems to put criminals above everyone else.

If Wagner and other judges want to be respected by Canadians, they can start by actually keeping dangerous criminals locked up in prisons.

They can start by defending law-abiding Canadians, instead of turning us into suckers by giving deranged lunatics free rein to make our streets and communities dangerous.

It’s time for less whining and more justice from Richard Wagner and the Supreme Court.

Spencer Fernando

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