After the newly elected mayor of Toronto asked city residents to do the unthinkable, Sky fired back.
Olivia Chow, an alleged Chinese asset and the newly elected mayor of Toronto, is under fire for asking the residents of Toronto to open their doors to refugees.
However many people, including rival candidate Chris (Sky) Saccoccia, are firing back, telling her it’s not their job to look out for these people.
This comes as Trudeau’s Liberal government rejected Chow’s calls for more federal funding to house homeless refugees.
“After taking no responsibility for all the death and destruction in Toronto since being elected, and showing no love to our police services, Olivia Chow’s next trick; she wants Toronto citizens to open up their home to refugees,” Sky said in a video posted to Twitter Saturday.
Sky goes on to call the refugees “deadweight” and tells Chow that she should lead by example and open her doors first.
Chow has come under fire for meeting with at least two groups connected to the Communist government in China. She also faced criticism for staying married to NDP leader Jack Layton after he was caught with a suspected prostitute in 1996.
Critics have slammed Chow for her hard-left, soft-on-crime approach that may see her attempt to defund the city’s police service during her tenure as mayor.
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