‘You’re a criminal’: Justin Trudeau heckled by Indigenous protesters in British Columbia

KAMLOOPS, British Columbia (LifeSiteNews) – On Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was heckled by protestors while attempting to give a speech at an Indigenous event.

The event was held in commemoration of the alleged discovery of unmarked last year in the region that were associated with Canadian Residential Schools.

It was alleged at the time that “mass graves” of Indigenous children had been discovered after the utilization of ground penetrating radar by a researcher. Upon further investigation, it was revealed that the burial sites were community cemeteries and claims that Catholic school employees had unceremoniously buried anonymous children were unproven.

Nonetheless, a summer of church burnings and anti-Christian bigotry ensued in Canada, largely directed at the Catholic Church.

During Trudeau’s speech, he was called a “criminal” by Indigenous protesters, who made it difficult for him to speak. Trudeau addressed the crowd and told them to “respect your elders,” referring to Indigenous elders that he stated were in favor of him speaking that day.

He was also called a “fake” and heckled as he walked around the grounds after his partly unwanted speech was given.


State Farm backtracks after getting caught promoting LGBT books to 5-year-olds

 The State Farm insurance agency has distanced itself from a controversial program to donate LGBT books to children as young as five, shortly after exposure of its involvement provoked swift public backlash.

Fox News reported Monday that the nonprofit Consumers’ Research had launched a campaign to raise awareness of State Farm’s sponsorship of the Gender Cool Project, which bills itself as “helping replace misinformed opinions with positive experiences meeting transgender and non-binary youth who are thriving.”

A whistleblower shared with the nonprofit an internal email from State Farm corporate responsibility analyst Jose Soto explaining that it and Gender Cool wanted to “help diversify classroom, community center and library bookshelves with a collection of books to help bring clarity and understanding to the national conversation about Being Transgender, Inclusive and Non-Binary” by having State Farm agents in Florida donate the books to schools, libraries, and community centers to promote “challenging, important and empowering conversations with children Age 5+.