Trudeau’s summer of disaster may be continuing into the fall.
Bill Tufts a writer for iPolitics recently tweeted, that millions of new immigrants will be given the right to vote in the upcoming 2019 federal election.
Compact on Migration
Will allow millions of immigrants to vote in the 2019 election
It says all “global citizens” in the “migration cycle” receive full human and legal rights as citizens of pre Post National states
Trudeau will enforce that to allow recent immigrants to vote
— Bill Tufts (@BillTufts) October 15, 2018
This comes shortly after the Prime Minister’s claim that Canada is a Post-National State with no core identity.
An article in the Globe and Mail describes the trend of increasing illegal migration into Canada this year.
The border crossings began in 2017, as 3100 migrants came into Canada.
This has since increased with the numbers reaching an all-time high between June and July of 2018.
Where will all the migrants go?
The Liberal government has taken the initiative to support the illegal border crossers.
Towards the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018, $5 million was spent on housing, food, water, and security alone.
In Toronto, mayor John Tory has professed his welcoming spirit, offering to help all the new arrivals.
The city has since asked for a joint investment of $64 million by the federal and provincial governments.
The influx has been so great that nearly 40% of Toronto’s available shelter space has been taken up by asylum seekers and illegal border crossers..
This has led the government to place the new arrivals in dorms as well as the Radisson and Toronto East hotels.
Many of those visiting the hotels were unaware of the other visitors and complained about their stay in the hotels, claiming to have heard gunshots and animal services needing to be called.
What do Canadians think?
Bill Tufts’ tweet received widespread online recognition, with many in the comments section bashing Trudeau’s Liberal government.
Although it was only expressing frustration with the government’s poor management on social media, the majority of Canadians feel the same way.
A poll reported by CBC showed that 65% of Canadians think the number of border crossers is too high.
New immigrants get the vote?
Part of Trudeau’s proposed electoral reform is to revoke bill C-71 which was passed by the Conservatives.
This would allow voter cards to be sufficient enough, and presenting a piece of ID would no longer be required. This would significantly simplify the ability to vote.
Vancouver is the most recent city in Canada to allow permanent residents, who don’t have citizenship, the right to vote.
New arrival received notification from Elections Canada urging her to vote in the 2019 federal election
Not long ago, Jacqueline, a new arrival who came from Mexico received a notification urging her to register in order to vote in the 2019 federal election.
Her husband reported the incident claiming the couple left Mexico for Canada because of corruption, and he didn’t want to see the same happen here.
This trend may be happening on a larger scale the Liberal’s don’t want to expose just yet.
A voting tactic, or a method to gain public support allowing non-Canadian citizens the right to vote is a growing issue in Canada.