Canada’s Progressive Prime Minister: Removing Abortion Not In Line With Society (VIDEO)

Justin Trudeau has a warped view of society. He recently told a crowd at an event that pro-life people are out of step and that removing abortion is out of line with society. Which society is he talking about?

The FOX News Insider reports:

Canada’s Trudeau: ‘Removing Access to Abortion’ Not In Line With Society

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took aim at pro-life groups during a town hall meeting, Fox & Friends reported.

Trudeau made the remarks to a group in Hamilton, Ontario, about 60 miles west of Buffalo, N.Y.

As Canada’s National Post reported, a new clause in the grant application for the Canada Summer Jobs program appears to instruct them to “endorse access to abortions.”

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“An organization that has the explicit purpose of restricting women’s rights by removing access to abortion… is not in line with where we are as a government and quite frankly where we are as a society,” Trudeau said.

Trudeau appeared to try to tamp down criticism from conservatives who expressed concern for faith-based community organizations’ ability to participate in the jobs program.

“So many of the great community organizations that we have working incredibly hard are faith-based across this country,” Trudeau said, according to the National Post. “It’s an important and wonderful part of our society.”

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