Trudeau Should Step Down After Posing With Another Terrorist Connection

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Many radical leftists would agree that Prime Minister Trudeau is a dreamy man and loves taking pictures, but his love for selfies and photo-ops might be the end of his career. This is the second time where PM Trudeau has taken a picture with a questionable man.  

This week, PM Trudeau was photographed with World Tamil Movement’s former Vice President Veluppillai Thangavelu. In case you are wondering, Veluppillai Thangavelu belonged to a terrorist group, which the Canadian government had deemed extremely dangerous.

In September 2016, PM Trudeau had been spotted taking a selfie with a man who had been under investigation by RCMP for showing radical behavior. In 2013, he was accused of kidnapping American journalists. According to sources, the man had severed his ties to a terrorist group and had reintegrated himself in the Canadian society. The alarming thing about this selfie was that the man bumped into PM Trudeau and took a picture while authorities kept a safe distance. Days after he posted the selfie on Facebook, he was re-investigated by the RCMP.

Veluppillai Thangavelu was World Tamil Movement’s senior official at the time when RCMP was conducting its investigation. When he was asked about his picture with PM Trudeau, he said that it was taken during a brief conversation, which he did not elaborate on.

There were several photos that were tweeted by Trudeau’s staff. However, the one with Veluppillai Thangavelu was captioned “Good People”. We hardly agree!

According to RCMP, Veluppillai Thangavelu’s World Tamil Movement is a front group in Canada for a terrorist organization known as “Tamil Tigers”. In 2006, World Tamil Movement’s headquarter was raided by the police where they found evidence related to “terrorist financing” that showed data about money being collected to purchase weapons. It is also believed that using extortion and intimidation tactics, World Tamil Movement had taken money from Tamils in Sri Lanka.

The photo was taken during PM Trudeau’s Markham by-election campaign. He usually does not campaign during by-elections and this picture proves that the party’s interests are more important than Canadians.