Illegal immigration comes to Canada, “bigly”

Canada is importing an illegal immigrant problem, a problem the United States has had to deal with for decades but we never had, until now.

  • Exile1981

    I suggest offering a bounty of $500 for the body of an illegal and $1000 bounty for a traitor helping themninvade Canada.

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops
  • BillyHW

    OMG, that’s the most racist sign I’ve ever seen. We’re just like Nazi Germany.

  • Liberal Progressive

    Look, it’s more Liberal party voters! (Even if they aren’t citizens.)

    We need to reelect Kathleen in 2018 and Justin in 2019 and they will do the trick!

    • The Deplorable Rosenmops

      Trudope hands them Liberal Party memberships at the border.

      • mobuyus

        He leaves it in the fly of their underwear after giving them a unique unicorn welcome.

      • LairdKintyre

        Exactly. Moral platitudes that used to be the mainstay of our people and Political Parties of the past, like self sufficcency and hardwork and honour, mean nothing to these newcomers. They will get behind any party who keeps the free stuff and handouts coming their way.

    • Observer

      That isn’t Liberal enough!

      The Liberal Party needs to pass an unlimited-condition euthanasia law so “old-stock Canadians” will make room in seniors housing, seniors homes, hospitals and public housing when all these newcomers sponsor their parents and extended families to come to Canada.

      And they need to teach them the Liberal motto for each election: vote early and vote often.

      • The Deplorable Rosenmops

        I’m sure they are already working on all this.

  • simus1

    An obvious feel good multicult initiative orchestrated by US and Canadian leftist crybabies still in painful shock over their Nov Trump thumping.

  • andycanuck

    Except the Mexicans want to work even though it’s under the table and while still wanting welfare-type benefits for their families; our Crossers want all of them to be paid the welfare jizya without the (under the table) work part.