Canada: Asians March Against Trudeau, Demand Apology For Hijab HoaxChris Menahan
Jan. 30, 2018
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Around 100 members of Canada's Asian community held a march in Regina on Sunday to demand Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologize for pushing a hate crime hoax where a Muslim girl claimed an "Asian" man attacked her over her hijab.
Holding Canadian flags and signs calling for equality, members of Regina's Asian community gathered at Victoria Park on Sunday afternoon to demand an apology from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
"I feel I should stand up to protect Canadian values," he said. "Even Justin Trudeau doesn't do that; we have to do that."Even after the hoax was exposed, Trudeau acted like it changed nothing:
Here's video from Sunday's event:
We need rallies like this in America to draw attention to the constant stream of hoaxes which are being falsely blamed on "evil, racist, white devil Trump supporters."
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