“Do you play video games?” Here's what Canada asks illegal border crossers
Rebel News has requested and received the current questions the government of Canada is using to screen migrants crossing the border.
Two years ago, it was discovered that the RCMP officers were screening Quebec border crossers on religion and values by using a questionnaire which turned highly controversial in the left-wing open borders sphere of politics.
At the time, migrants were questioned on their stance on freedom of religion, and how they would react if their boss at work was a woman.
We requested a copy of the questions through Access to Information and we finally have a reply.
Gone are the questions on equal treatment of women. Instead, we're asking migrants for their opinion on terrorist groups. Instead of questions on religious freedom, we now ask: Do you use the internet? What sites do you visit? and of course, Do you play video games and if so what games?