Sault Cops Have Nothng Else to Do But Investigate A Swastika in A Snowbank
Canada is becoming a cultural Marxist police state. Metro Toronto cops in uniform proudly prance about in the annual Gay Pride parade. Yet, from coast to coast, let there be the slightest peep of politically incorrect postering and, suddenly, the cops are called to “investigate” — not violence, but people’s thoughts and ideas. That’s a police state.
Const. Sonny Spina says it is not clear if the incident was directed at a particular person or group in the community.
Spina says a criminal investigator is following up with the complainant and people in the area.
Police have not identified the homeowner, but B’nai Brith Canada columnist Sara McCleary says the swastika and a word, which she believes to be a sexist slur, were drawn in the snow on her front yard last Saturday evening.
Spina says investigators have no suspects, but are asking anyone with information to come forward.
McCleary says she took a photo to show her husband, then brushed it away. Spina says the swastika was gone when police went to investigate, but says a photo was supplied by the complainant..”
So, let’s get this straight: Someone drew a swastika and the mysterious word “cloop” in a snowdrfit on a woman’s lawn. She took a photo of the artwork with her cellphone and then brushed out the evidence. So, where’s the crime? Nothing was damaged. So, it wasn’t even vandalism.
It seems that the police in the Sault have too much time on their hands. Maybe it’s time to save some money and cut staff.