PISSED Dad Takes Matters Into His Own Hands After Seeing SICK Muslim Lesson School Forced On His Kid

Canada has jumped on the politically correct bandwagon lately, joining countries like Germany and Sweden to idiotically open their borders to unvetted migrants. Through Prime Minister Tredeau’s reckless antics, rapes in recent months have sky-rocketed, as horrifying stories of young teens being sexually assaulted in swimming pools continue to surface.

Rather than being revolted by the actions of these barbarians, teachers across Canada are trying to justify the culture of Sharia Law, asserting that their depraved barbaric religion should be accepted. As Islam is being crammed down the throats of outraged Canadians, one dad completely lost it at a recent school board meeting where he was fed the hell up of the Muslim pandering going on at his kid’s school. But rather than just having a discussion about his feelings on the matter, he decided to bring a Quran along that day, where he began ripping pages out of the book and hurling them towards astonished panel members. Check out the footage of the epic moment:

 Typical of a bleeding heart liberal, one woman in the audience wasn’t too pleased with the Quran-ripping, and immediately began screaming at the man that he needed to “stop being hateful.” The unnamed dad just stands his ground though, throwing the tenants of Islam right back in the woman’s beet red face, as people in the audience begin to cheer him on.
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