Foreign Traitor to Canada Maryam Monsef calls Taliban "Our Brothers".

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What more needs to be said other than our so-called Minister for Women and Gender Equality doesn't really give two shits or a flying rat's ass about women or gender equality.

I mean who the hell calls them "our brothers" and then tries to insist they're still terrorists? Is that her back handed way of saying she's in solidarity with muslim extremists?
 

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What more needs to be said other than our so-called Minister for Women and Gender Equality doesn't really give two shits or a flying rat's ass about women or gender equality.

I mean who the hell calls them "our brothers" and then tries to insist they're still terrorists? Is that her back handed way of saying she's in solidarity with muslim extremists?
Yeah.

It is a cultural thing.

But that is no excuse. This is Canada, and we don't call psycho murdering pricks shooting Canadians "our brothers".

Imagine her outrage if we called Alexandre Bissonnette "our brother".

And she'd be right.
 

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What more needs to be said other than our so-called Minister for Women and Gender Equality doesn't really give two shits or a flying rat's ass about women or gender equality.

I mean who the hell calls them "our brothers" and then tries to insist they're still terrorists? Is that her back handed way of saying she's in solidarity with muslim extremists?
they are a bunch of brotherfuckers. ;)
 

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The sad part is there were a lot of people who arrived in Canada under the exact same kind of circumstances as Monsef. Yet despite Groper's empty platitude of "A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian" he deported hundreds of them and/or stripped them of their citizenships in numbers higher than the three previous govts combined. And that was just in his first year.
Some of them had committed minor crimes but most of them were fucked over because their parents lied about their place of birth on their entry documents, just like little Maryam's mommy did. They got deported while she gets a nice comfy cabinet post where she can publicly show her support for a group of barbaric terrorists and call them "our brothers". I've thought about that and can only assume she meant the Liberal Party's brothers.
 
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Liberal Monsef ousted in southern Ontario upset
Author of the article:Bryan Passifiume
Publishing date:Sep 21, 2021 • 40 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation
Maryam Monsef, the federal Minister of Rural Economic Development.
Maryam Monsef, the federal Minister of Rural Economic Development. PHOTO BY POSTMEDIA NETWORK FILE /TORONTO SUN
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A controversial member of the Trudeau Liberal caucus won’t be returning to Ottawa.

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Peterborough-Kawartha MP Maryam Monsef lost her seat Monday to former TV personality and political rookie Michelle Ferreri in the only southern Ontario upset on election night.


Monsef garnered backlash early in the campaign for referring to the Taliban ‘our brothers’ during a press conference highlighting Canada’s failed evacuation of its citizens and military contractors out of the besieged city of Kabul.

As results poured in, no other victory in the GTA could legitimately be considered an upset.

Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole didn’t finish the evening as Prime Minister, but he did win his seat in Durham over Liberal challenger Jonathan Giancroce.


Transport Minister Omar Alghabra was the first Trudeau cabinet minister to secure re-election, defeating Conservative Kathy-Ying Zhao in Mississauga Centre.

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Scarborough Southwest was easily retaken by the Liberals, with Public Safety Minister Bill Blair taking an early and decisive lead.

Diversity Minister Bardish Chagger also regained her seat in Waterloo, as did Families, Children and Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussein.

Deputy Prime Minister Chystia Freeland was declared the winner in Unversity-Rosedale.

Labour Minister Filomena Tassi also kept her seat in Hamilton West-Ancaster-Dundas, as did International Trade Minister Mary Ng in Markham-Thornhill.

Procurement minister Anita Anand managed to keep her seat in Oakville after a tight race with Conservative Kerry Colborne.

Liberal MP Rob Oliphant also easily won his riding in Don Valley West, as did Deputy Government House Leader Kirsty Duncan in Etobicoke North, Kamal Khera in Brampton West, and James Maloney in Etobicoke-Lakeshore.

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Nathaniel Erskine-Smith got off to a steady lead in securing his second term with the Liberals in Beaches-East York, as did Liberal Sonia Sidhu in Brampton South, Ruby Sahota in Brampton North, Lloyd Longfield in Guelph and Peter Fonseca in Mississauga East-Cooksville.

Carolyn Bennett kept her seat in Toronto-St. Paul’s for the Liberals, far outpacing ousted NDP candidate Sidney Coles.

Former Ontario Liberal MPP Michael Coteau managed to successfully make the move from Queen’s Park to Parliament Hill, winning his riding of Don Valley East.

Veteran Toronto MP Judy Sgro netted an easy re-election victory in Humber River-Black Creek.

As expected, Marci Ien retook Toronto Centre, leaving Green Party leader Annamie Paul with only a handful of votes and another government without a seat in the house.

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The Conservatives scored a few victories, including party leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis, who won in Haldimand Norfolk.

Terry Dowdall retook Simcoe-Grey for the Conservatives, as did Dean Allison in Niagara West, Michael Chong in Wellington-Halton Hills, Colin Carrie in Oshawa, Kyle Seeback in Dufferin-Caledon

Hamilton Centre stays NDP orange as former city councillor Matthew Green also kept his seat.

Contested ridings not resolved by press time include Melissa Lantsman leading in the uncontested riding of Thornhill for the Conseravatives, Alejandra Bravo and Julie Dzerowicz battling within a few hundred votes in Davenport, and Spadina-Fort York, where ousted Liberal candidate Kevin Vuong maintained a healthy lead for much of the early running.

Re-election seems an unlikely prospect for Raj Saini, who despite being hoofed from his candidacy for the Liberal party trailed in fourth place in Kitchener Centre, which as of just before midnight was being led by Green party contender Mike Morrice.

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Liberal Monsef ousted in southern Ontario upset
Author of the article:Bryan Passifiume
Publishing date:Sep 21, 2021 • 40 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation
Maryam Monsef, the federal Minister of Rural Economic Development.
Maryam Monsef, the federal Minister of Rural Economic Development. PHOTO BY POSTMEDIA NETWORK FILE /TORONTO SUN
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A controversial member of the Trudeau Liberal caucus won’t be returning to Ottawa.

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Peterborough-Kawartha MP Maryam Monsef lost her seat Monday to former TV personality and political rookie Michelle Ferreri in the only southern Ontario upset on election night.


Monsef garnered backlash early in the campaign for referring to the Taliban ‘our brothers’ during a press conference highlighting Canada’s failed evacuation of its citizens and military contractors out of the besieged city of Kabul.

As results poured in, no other victory in the GTA could legitimately be considered an upset.

Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole didn’t finish the evening as Prime Minister, but he did win his seat in Durham over Liberal challenger Jonathan Giancroce.


Transport Minister Omar Alghabra was the first Trudeau cabinet minister to secure re-election, defeating Conservative Kathy-Ying Zhao in Mississauga Centre.

Advertisement
STORY CONTINUES BELOW

Article content
Scarborough Southwest was easily retaken by the Liberals, with Public Safety Minister Bill Blair taking an early and decisive lead.

Diversity Minister Bardish Chagger also regained her seat in Waterloo, as did Families, Children and Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussein.

Deputy Prime Minister Chystia Freeland was declared the winner in Unversity-Rosedale.

Labour Minister Filomena Tassi also kept her seat in Hamilton West-Ancaster-Dundas, as did International Trade Minister Mary Ng in Markham-Thornhill.

Procurement minister Anita Anand managed to keep her seat in Oakville after a tight race with Conservative Kerry Colborne.

Liberal MP Rob Oliphant also easily won his riding in Don Valley West, as did Deputy Government House Leader Kirsty Duncan in Etobicoke North, Kamal Khera in Brampton West, and James Maloney in Etobicoke-Lakeshore.

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STORY CONTINUES BELOW

Article content
Nathaniel Erskine-Smith got off to a steady lead in securing his second term with the Liberals in Beaches-East York, as did Liberal Sonia Sidhu in Brampton South, Ruby Sahota in Brampton North, Lloyd Longfield in Guelph and Peter Fonseca in Mississauga East-Cooksville.

Carolyn Bennett kept her seat in Toronto-St. Paul’s for the Liberals, far outpacing ousted NDP candidate Sidney Coles.

Former Ontario Liberal MPP Michael Coteau managed to successfully make the move from Queen’s Park to Parliament Hill, winning his riding of Don Valley East.

Veteran Toronto MP Judy Sgro netted an easy re-election victory in Humber River-Black Creek.

As expected, Marci Ien retook Toronto Centre, leaving Green Party leader Annamie Paul with only a handful of votes and another government without a seat in the house.

Advertisement
STORY CONTINUES BELOW

Article content
The Conservatives scored a few victories, including party leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis, who won in Haldimand Norfolk.

Terry Dowdall retook Simcoe-Grey for the Conservatives, as did Dean Allison in Niagara West, Michael Chong in Wellington-Halton Hills, Colin Carrie in Oshawa, Kyle Seeback in Dufferin-Caledon

Hamilton Centre stays NDP orange as former city councillor Matthew Green also kept his seat.

Contested ridings not resolved by press time include Melissa Lantsman leading in the uncontested riding of Thornhill for the Conseravatives, Alejandra Bravo and Julie Dzerowicz battling within a few hundred votes in Davenport, and Spadina-Fort York, where ousted Liberal candidate Kevin Vuong maintained a healthy lead for much of the early running.

Re-election seems an unlikely prospect for Raj Saini, who despite being hoofed from his candidacy for the Liberal party trailed in fourth place in Kitchener Centre, which as of just before midnight was being led by Green party contender Mike Morrice.

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Liberal Monsef ousted in southern Ontario upset
Author of the article:Bryan Passifiume
Publishing date:Sep 21, 2021 • 40 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation
Maryam Monsef, the federal Minister of Rural Economic Development.
Maryam Monsef, the federal Minister of Rural Economic Development. PHOTO BY POSTMEDIA NETWORK FILE /TORONTO SUN
Article content
A controversial member of the Trudeau Liberal caucus won’t be returning to Ottawa.

Advertisement
STORY CONTINUES BELOW

Article content
Peterborough-Kawartha MP Maryam Monsef lost her seat Monday to former TV personality and political rookie Michelle Ferreri in the only southern Ontario upset on election night.


Monsef garnered backlash early in the campaign for referring to the Taliban ‘our brothers’ during a press conference highlighting Canada’s failed evacuation of its citizens and military contractors out of the besieged city of Kabul.

As results poured in, no other victory in the GTA could legitimately be considered an upset.

Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole didn’t finish the evening as Prime Minister, but he did win his seat in Durham over Liberal challenger Jonathan Giancroce.


Transport Minister Omar Alghabra was the first Trudeau cabinet minister to secure re-election, defeating Conservative Kathy-Ying Zhao in Mississauga Centre.

Advertisement
STORY CONTINUES BELOW

Article content
Scarborough Southwest was easily retaken by the Liberals, with Public Safety Minister Bill Blair taking an early and decisive lead.

Diversity Minister Bardish Chagger also regained her seat in Waterloo, as did Families, Children and Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussein.

Deputy Prime Minister Chystia Freeland was declared the winner in Unversity-Rosedale.

Labour Minister Filomena Tassi also kept her seat in Hamilton West-Ancaster-Dundas, as did International Trade Minister Mary Ng in Markham-Thornhill.

Procurement minister Anita Anand managed to keep her seat in Oakville after a tight race with Conservative Kerry Colborne.

Liberal MP Rob Oliphant also easily won his riding in Don Valley West, as did Deputy Government House Leader Kirsty Duncan in Etobicoke North, Kamal Khera in Brampton West, and James Maloney in Etobicoke-Lakeshore.

Advertisement
STORY CONTINUES BELOW

Article content
Nathaniel Erskine-Smith got off to a steady lead in securing his second term with the Liberals in Beaches-East York, as did Liberal Sonia Sidhu in Brampton South, Ruby Sahota in Brampton North, Lloyd Longfield in Guelph and Peter Fonseca in Mississauga East-Cooksville.

Carolyn Bennett kept her seat in Toronto-St. Paul’s for the Liberals, far outpacing ousted NDP candidate Sidney Coles.

Former Ontario Liberal MPP Michael Coteau managed to successfully make the move from Queen’s Park to Parliament Hill, winning his riding of Don Valley East.

Veteran Toronto MP Judy Sgro netted an easy re-election victory in Humber River-Black Creek.

As expected, Marci Ien retook Toronto Centre, leaving Green Party leader Annamie Paul with only a handful of votes and another government without a seat in the house.

Advertisement
STORY CONTINUES BELOW

Article content
The Conservatives scored a few victories, including party leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis, who won in Haldimand Norfolk.

Terry Dowdall retook Simcoe-Grey for the Conservatives, as did Dean Allison in Niagara West, Michael Chong in Wellington-Halton Hills, Colin Carrie in Oshawa, Kyle Seeback in Dufferin-Caledon

Hamilton Centre stays NDP orange as former city councillor Matthew Green also kept his seat.

Contested ridings not resolved by press time include Melissa Lantsman leading in the uncontested riding of Thornhill for the Conseravatives, Alejandra Bravo and Julie Dzerowicz battling within a few hundred votes in Davenport, and Spadina-Fort York, where ousted Liberal candidate Kevin Vuong maintained a healthy lead for much of the early running.

Re-election seems an unlikely prospect for Raj Saini, who despite being hoofed from his candidacy for the Liberal party trailed in fourth place in Kitchener Centre, which as of just before midnight was being led by Green party contender Mike Morrice.

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