Trudeau government accuses Scheer of spreading fake news

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Dear editor,

So Britain wants to dump another one of their sick citizens on Canada!

First, they stripped Jihadi Jack of his citizenship and rightly so. He’s a very well known terrorist, one of ISIS’ finest.

Now Jack isn’t a Canadian citizen, but his parents are. I heard that Justin Trudeau will be waiting at the airport as Jack arrives with a dozen lovely red roses, a box of chocolates and a welfare cheque. Maybe I’m wrong?

Now according to the Edmonton Sun, they are planning on sending another creep by the name of Jon Venables. He and his buddy lured a two-year-old boy to his death back in ’93. He’s also been convicted of possession of child porn.

Andrew Scheer stated, “He’s not welcome in Canada! As prime minister, I would not let him.”

Where does Trudeau stand? Get this! The Trudeau government accuses Scheer of spreading fake news! Holy, I think Justin needs to get his head out of the donkey’s, um, shadow and act like he cares! What a loser!

But just watch, Justin will welcome this Venables guy with a welfare cheque and a big hug and say, “Canada welcomes you!”

Sure hope I’m wrong.

Larry Hiebert, Wetaskiwin

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