What kind of world does Justin Trudeau live in?
Does he inhabit a radically different sense of reality than we do? Or is he just saying things that would score him the most political points in his constituency? Whatever the cause may be, a lot of his statements are not what one would expect to hear from a Prime Minister of a great nation like Canada.
Consider this, for instance. Trudeau thinks bringing more and more Syrian refugees into Canada does not jeopardize its overall security. In fact, on the contrary, it decreases the risk of terror attacks.
So let’s address this. Trudeau’s statements make no sense whatsoever. It’s doesn’t follow the rules of logic. It goes against conventional evidence. And we have no empirical evidence, at all, that supports his statement. It’s like he is making stuff up as he goes along, or imposing a vision of the world on the people, a vision he has conjured himself.
Trudeau expressed his views in the iconic news magazine show 60 Minutes. He was defending his policy to allow more than 25,000 Syrian refugees into Canada. The host of the show, Lara Logan, asked whether he was fearful about the safety of Canadian citizens due to concerns about the potential of terrorist attacks.
“Every time a tourist or an immigrant or refugee shows up in another country, there is a security risk,” he said.
He then went on to add, “I am more than comfortable that…accepting 25,000 Syrian refugees does right by both the safety of Canadians and by the values that define us as a nation.”
Isn’t there an apparent contradiction between the two statements? How can every tourist or immigrant be a security risk while 25,000 Muslim refugees strengthen Canadian national security?
We’ll leave you to try to figure that one out yourself, should Trudeau get drug tested? Maybe that’s what’s wrong with him.