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Letter: Liar, liar pants on fire

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau supported a lie, not once but twice

Liar, liar pants on fire

Silly me, I always thought telling a lie was par on the political course.

Now we have Prime Minister Justin Trudeau supporting a lie, not once but twice, when Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan lied saying he was the architect of a successful bloody operation named Medusa.

Trudeau appears to believe an apology is all it takes to erase a huge lie? The Trudeau way of thinking should sit well for all those people who lie in a court of law who simply have to apologize when the truth is exposed.

Harjit Sajjan and Trudeau appear to be cut out from the same cloth with both being an embarrassment to all Canadians, especially those who have served and given the ultimate sacrifice in battles that don’t change a damn thing other than creating lies for political self-purpose.

If Sajjan had claimed he was the former King of the Khyber Rifles, I for one may of believed him.

However Trudeau has ordered the gates of Canada opened wide to all, so what you see is what you get?

Tom Isherwood


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