I heard that Dalhousie University had invited Omar Khadr, the Al Qaida terrorist, to speak to students.
I thought that was appalling, so I flew from Halifax to Toronto this morning to attend the event tonight.
Little did I know that Khadr would be on the same plane as me, just a few rows ahead of me.
He was sitting first class — that’s what you can do when Justin Trudeau gives you $10.5 million.
I didn’t recognize him when I boarded the plane because he hid his face from me. But I recognized him when we landed and he stood up.
I asked the flight attendant about it. Why was an Al Qaida terrorist allowed on a plane? Why wasn’t the no-fly list being enforced? I asked the co-pilot the same question. Neither had any idea.
When I got off the plane, I saw Khadr with a group of his local fans who had come to meet him at the airport. I went up to him and asked if I could talk with him. I recorded the video:
Can you believe it? Police threatened to arrest me. Not Khadr, the Al Qaida terrorist — me. They called me a danger. I didn’t touch him or block him or swear at him — I tried to ask him some basic questions.
The police literally grabbed me and pushed me. What a disgrace.
Canadian police protecting an Al Qaida terrorist’s “right” to fly on a passenger plane and threatening to arrest a peaceful journalist for asking about it.
We have to pursue this further. Why is a terrorist being allowed to fly? Is that a special favour that Trudeau did for him?
P.S. I was truly stunned with the “normalcy” of a terrorist swanning around an airport, after flying first class on a passenger plane. What is going on in Canada?
P.P.S. I’m going to make this an important project. The CBC is on Khadr’s side — they literally threw a champagne party for Khadr on TV last year. They try to white-wash his crimes. I promise we’ll get to the bottom of this. If you want to help us pay for our independent journalism, please chip in a few dollars, by clicking here.