Trudeau government accuses Scheer of spreading fake news

Prime Minister seems to want killers to move to Canada

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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