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Dear America Democrats: Rioting shows you are the real “deplorables”

November 2016

Sometimes Canadians trip over ourselves in our smugness of how we feel we are so much better than Americans.  We don’t have the gun and racial problems Americans do.  We have free healthcare (which isn’t really free as we pay very high taxes for it, but I digress) and live in a harmonious multicultural society.

We recently had a divisive Prime Minister, Stephen Harper.  Those who liked him, liked him, but those who hated him, were very, very viseral in their hatred of him.  Liberal critics kept insisting he had a “hidden agenda”; that he wanted to ban abortion.

The hatred of Prime Minister Harper was at times very vicious and visceral.  There were many, many protests about “Scary Harper” and “Stop Harper” signs could be seen all over the country.  One of the Pages, Brigette DePape in Canada’s House of Commons (the house of Government) was ejected and later fired for holding up a “Stop Harper” sign during the reading of the Throne Speech in the Senate Chamber (a formal reading of the government’s plans for the current session of Parliament).

By the way, DePape was escorted out of the chamber by House of Commons Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers, the same one who lead the team that killed the terrorist who attacked Parliament Hill in October 2014.

In all of his 9 years as Prime Minister, never once did Prime Minister Harper reveal this so-called “hidden agenda.”  There were no riots, burning, looting, vicious assaults, destruction of property.

Many of you remember former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.   Many of you saw him on the Jimmy Kimmel Shiow, not long before the open secret of his addiction to crack cocaine and alcohol was becoming more apparent.  He came to power under as a populist, man of the people.  He was so despised by the left-wing that they did everything in their power to get him out of office including frivolous lawsuits and counsel motions designed to strip him of his power as Mayor.  A one point a civil court judge ordered him removed from office, something that was overturned on appeal, allowing him to remain in office.

Despite all the left-wing attempts to remove him from office, Mayor Rob Ford, now clean and sober, finished out his term as mayor, only leaving office because a cancerous abdominal tumour forced him to drop out of the 2014 mayoral race.  Instead, Mayor Ford registered to run for the city council seat he held before becoming mayor.  He decisively won back his old council seat, literally from his hospital bed.

Sadly, Mayor Ford’s return to council would be short-lived.  He died on March 22, 2016 from a second cancerous tumour.

Not once did anyone in Toronto riot when Mayor Ford were elected.  The left-wing used some very, very dirty tricks in their attempts to remove him from office, but never once did it include violence.

I understand there is a riot planned for President-elect Trump’s inauguration day ceremony.  If that’s true, WHAT THE F*#K IS WRONG WITH YOU?!

Rioting is not the answer to the election of a President who you despise.  Trump was democratically elected, whether you like it or not.  Just because you hate Trump doesn’t mean your fellow Americans agree with you.  Obviously, enough of them disagreed.  Put on your grown-up pants and stop your whining.

If you’re want to get mad at anyone, get mad at the DNC.  Bernie Sanders might be the President-elect today if they hadn’t rigged the nomination process in favour of Hillary.


About the author

Bruce Forsyth

Bruce Forsyth served in the Royal Canadian Navy Reserve for 13 years (1987-2000). He served with units in Toronto, Hamilton & Windsor and worked or trained at CFB Esquimalt, CFB Halifax, CFB Petawawa, CFB Kingston, CFB Toronto, Camp Borden, The Burwash Training Area and LFCA Training Centre Meaford.

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