Several staff at the Trudeau international airport in Montreal lost their security clearance due to radicalization and support for the Islamic State.
ISIS has influenced many people, and from Canadians to be stripped from their security clearance while working at a major Canadian airport that’s named after Justin Trudeau’s father, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, is a bad thing, something that could lead to disaster and major safety issue for Canada.
One of the employees had access to the runway directly, the investigation found that videos of ISIS has been shared and promoted from their social media accounts.
The radicalized employee who still works there hasn’t been fired or taken into custody, he’s been given a new job at the same airport, but this time he can’t get access to the runway, is that justified? Or can Canadians feel safe now?
Justin Trudeau responded to the story and said everyone has the right to their freedom.
“I think that’s part of the kind of conversations we have to have as a society,” said Trudeau.
“Keeping people safe is paramount important, but defending our rights and freedoms is as well, and making sure we do that in the right way.”
You can’t make this stuff up. Trudeau wants to have a national conversation about whether terrorist sympathizers and ISIS supporters should be able to work in strategic locations at our national airports.
He wants us to consider the rights and freedoms of terrorist sympathizers and ISIS supporters in order to strike the right balance between our safety and their freedom to do what? Support jihad?
Trudeau is becoming a parody of an apologetic leftist who believes terrorism is our fault and zealous Islamists and jihadists are simply misunderstood.
We’ve seen this sort of weak-kneed response from Trudeau before, in his early days in politics.
The Canadian mainstream says there’s a Trump style right-wing conservative movement increase in Canada, and Trudeau is the one that triggers that by not promising the protection Canadians want.
Some polls suggest Trudeau is losing support as more time goes by, slow but steady, will Canadians stand up at the next election and make their vote count?