Six Canadian humanitarian workers were among the 28 murdered by Islamic terrorists in the African country of Burkina Faso on Friday evening and Liberal PM Justin Trudeau’s first public event after was to tour a rebuilt mosque in Peterborough with female minister Maryam Monsef:
Monsef and Trudeau arrived together at the mosque shortly after 10 a.m. on Sunday to a crowd of about 300 people standing in the small parking lot outside.
So, Trudeau’s first public event after a horrific Islamic terrorist attack which killed 6 Christian Canadians was to partake in a photo-op being mobbed by Muslim fans, not meet privately with the family of the victims.
But most insensitive was the series of selfies Trudeau took inside the mosque:
Trudeau: “Yesterday we got terrible news of violent terrorism in Burkina Faso where six Canadian people were killed. In solidarity with their families that are suffering an unspeakable and tragic loss, I ask you to join me in a moment of silence and reflection.”
How long before or after the moment of silence was it when these selfies were taken, a couple minutes?