It has been a year since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted “To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada”
And in this last year since Trudeau’s reckless words were tweeted out for everyone in the world to see, Canada has seen over 40,000 refugees and illegal immigrants enter the country.
What’s alarming, is that even with the Immigration and Refugee Board claiming that such levels of immigration are “clearly unsustainable” the government still hasn’t quelled the fears of Canadians over the cost of bringing illegal immigrants into our country, nor has the government responded adequately to the serious danger these groups could pose to the safety of Canadians.
We have no idea who most of these people are, what criminal record they have back home, or what ties to terrorism they have.
Such concerns are only amplified by the recent news that the US will deport all of the El Salvadorians currently under temporary protection within the next 6 months. Meaning that thousands could attempt to cross the border.
Now, don’t get me wrong. I believe that legal immigration is a good thing. But when Canadians are left out on the streets freezing to death while thousands of refugees remain in hotels, I am left asking what happened to help your neighbor first?
Did you know that 70 people died this year in Toronto alone under Mayor John Tory’s watch?
Because society has shifted to help refugees instead of the vulnerable and the homeless here who can’t afford the cost of living in Ontario because of the policies of Justin Trudeau and Kathleen Wynne.
I have a few simple questions for Justin Trudeau:
1. When will you start putting Canadian citizens first for a change?
2. When will you take back your comments and clarify to state that those who wish to become Canadians must go through the proper processes to become a Canadian citizen?
3. When will you direct the Mayors and Premiers to prioritize the safety, and security of Canadians to ensure that our shelters and low-income housing projects prioritize Canadians ahead of illegal immigrants and refugees?
4. When will you close the borders and allocate finances to ensure that our borders are secured?
We need to stand up to our corrupt politicians who put illegal immigrants and refugees ahead of the best interests of Canadians.