Hussen still dodging questions

Ahmed Hussen, our MP and the Minister of Immigration, is still refusing to answer direct questions in the House.

This week, Michelle Rempel (CPC) asked him about the failure of more than half of Syrian refugees to find jobs, and how much that has cost the provinces.

Hussen did not answer. Instead, he told her how much the feds (not the provinces) have provided—not how much the refugees have cost.

Rempel pointed out that he did not answer the question, and posed another:

My question is very simple. How much will the government pay in Canadian taxpayers’ dollars to support its ill-fated refugee plan?

Hussen said that Canada is consistently praised for being compassionate (the thirteenth time he has mentioned that this year!) and said (for the fourth time) that the Liberals would “take no lessons” from other parties.
He then brought up Mexican visas for no discernible reason.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

2 thoughts on “Hussen still dodging questions”

  1. Of course he can’t answer. He’s window dressing, and nothing more. Kind of like his boss, I guess.
    The contrast to our former representative in Ottawa could not be more visible, and deplorable.

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