Beaver Pelt, Canada — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who recently tried to upstage the Statue of Liberty's invitation to the “teeming masses” of the world's “wretched refuse,” announced, to the world (but particularly to South Americans) that any and all who wanted to invade his own homeland were “#WelcomeToCanada.” He did not explain why he added the number sign to his welcome.
Not surprisingly (to Americans, at any rate), hordes of the “wretched refuse” of Latin America took him at his word, millions of the “teeming masses” invading Canada. Now, the hypocritical prime minister appears to be sending a different message to illegal immigrants. Fewer and fewer Latinos are being granted political asylum.
Critics, who contend that Trudeau is a “liar, a hypocrite, a racist, a bigot, and a gringo,” say that his action is similar to that of U. S. President Donald J. Trump. “Next,” those who oppose his political reversal contend, “the pendejo will want to build a wall, and he will want Mexican drug cartels to pay for it.”
Trudeau denies the charges that he is anti-Latino. “Your Hispanics are fine people,” he told media representatives. “It's just that enough is enough.” He said Canada should focus on admitting more refugees from the Middle East. “Now, there's your true 'wretched waste,'” he said, “them and your Nigerians.”
It's not only Latino illegals who are being turned away at the U. S.-Canadian border, but refugees from Haiti, Nigeria, and Syria as well. Although South American illegals are now accepted at a rate of .00001, rather than 100 percent, only 50 percent of Nigerians are now admitted, as opposed to previous a rate of 110 percent, and only 99 percent of Syrians are now being admitted, not 125 percent, as in the past. Trudeau defended his country's cuts in immigration and refugee acceptance. “There has to be a little room left over in Canada for Canadians,” he said.
The prime minister added, “I hope our neighbor to the south, the United States, will accept more of the world's “teeming masses.” President Trump responded, “We're going to build a wall along the Canadian border, and the Canucks are going to pay for it.”