Toronto Sun - - COMMENT -

I have been read­ing with great in­ter­est about the new anti-mi­grant fences in Hun­gary. Th­ese fences have ba­si­cally elim­i­nated il­le­gal mi­gra­tion. I think fences like th­ese would be great in Quebec and other ar­eas where the Lib­er­als refuse to take ac­tion. They are cheap and re­quire min­i­mal po­lice to con­trol. That way, im­mi­gra­tion would be re­stricted to those who pur­sue it the proper way. We would have no need to shel­ter th­ese im­mi­gra­tion cheats at our ex­pense and would cut down on crim­i­nals tak­ing ad­van­tage of our weak­nesses. They are pro­tect­ing the en­tire EU, re­ally, and as soon as il­le­gals know they are there, they ba­si­cally stop try­ing. So do we want safety and se­cu­rity or do we want what Mr. Trudeau is of­fer­ing — which we know is a wel­come mat to crim­i­nals and im­mi­gra­tion cheats? SHAN­NON GARD­NER

KITCH­ENER (The chances of the Trudeau govern­ment build­ing such a wall are slim and none and slim just left town)

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