Poll: Canadians want returning Muslim terrorists prosecuted not hugged like Useful Idiot Justin Trudeau suggests

Canadians prioritize prosecution over rehabilitation for jihadi suspects: poll

Nearly two-thirds of Canadians say the government should prosecute and lay criminal charges against individuals suspected of being involved with jihadi groups overseas, instead of focusing on rehabilitating them when they return to Canada, according to a new survey.

A Nanos poll found that 62 per cent of respondents support prosecution of Canadians suspected of jihadi involvement abroad, as opposed to 28 per cent who say the government should prioritize rehabilitation and deradicalization; 10 per cent said they were unsure.

The survey raises questions about the Trudeau government’s multifaceted approach to dealing with returning suspected jihadis, which includes enforcement, surveillance and deprogramming individuals.