Lib­er­als soft on crime

The Standard (St. Catharines) - - Local -

RE: WHILE SHE SITS IN HEAL­ING LODGE, THERE IS LIT­TLE SIGN TERRI-LYNNE MCCLIN­TIC HAS CHANGED HER WAYS, OCT. 9

I read in dis­gust that the fed­eral Lib­er­als have again shown how soft they are on crime. They al­lowed the move from a prison to a so called “heal­ing lodge” of bru­tal child killer Terri-Lynne McClin­tic, who helped kid­nap, rape and kill a de­fence­less eight-year-old child (Tori Stafford), to stand.

This heal­ing lodge found in Saskatchewan has no fences. Tori’s fa­ther (Rod­ney Stafford) pleaded with Prime Min­is­ter Justin Trudeau and Pub­lic Safety Min­is­ter Ralph Goodale to stop the trans­fer and send her back to fed­eral prison. This fell on deaf ears in the House of Com­mons. The op­po­si­tion at­tempt to send McClin­tic back to jail was re­jected by a 200-82 vote. Trudeau left the House as the vote was be­ing counted — un­be­liev­able!

We have seen how On­tario and Que­bec Lib­er­als have been thrown out of of­fice by Doug Ford’s Pro­gres­sive Con­ser­va­tives and Fran­cois Le­gault’s cen­tre right coali­tion avenir — both with large ma­jori­ties. Lib­er­als are on the run. Their soft on crime and other hor­rific de­ci­sions (too many to men­tion here) will get them re­moved from of­fice — and Trudeau can go back to his real job as a part time drama teacher.

Steve Un­der­wood

Ni­a­gara Falls

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