“It’s shocking to hear Minister Fantino defending the indefensible, standing up today and defending a group that on its website is attacking something that’s recognized and protected by Canadian law,” Mulcair said after question period.
“It goes against Canadian values. It goes against Canadian law. And he can’t defend that.”
What exactly has Crossroads done that Mulcair thinks “goes against Canadian law”? Crossroads has said that, according to the Bible, “pedophilia, homosexuality and lesbianism, sadism, masochism, transvestism, and beastiality [sic]” are sinful – perversions of what God intended when he invented sex.
Before he became a politician, Thomas Mulcair was a lawyer; obviously not a very good one since he is blissfully unaware of the fact that calling something sinful is not illegal – even in Canada. Not yet.